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In Today’s Notes: Stakes Winners Highlight Competitive May 25 Graded Stakes
In Today’s Notes: Advance Wagering on Saturday’s Preakness Stakes Available Friday; Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off Summer Event Schedule
In Today’s Notes: La Tia Levels Allowance, To Aim for Beverly D.; Promising Sprinter Work All Week Impresses; Graham Grand Slams Saturday; Sanchez Suffers Fractured Clavicle, Broken Ribs in Saturday Incident
In Today’s Notes: Locally-Based Street Spice out of Preakness; Geier Gears up Stable Stars; Ioya Works Bigtime; A Family Affair Friday Late Double
In Today’s Notes: Channing Hill Circles Back to Chicago; First Mile and a Sixteenth Polytrack Races Carded Saturday
In Today’s Notes: Fast Starts for Rivelli, Stidham, DiVito; Esquivel Tips His Hat Trick Upon Arrival; Black Tie Affair Stakes Looking Sharp
In Today’s Notes: Stidham Might Hold an Ace; Catalano’s Stephanie’s Kitten Roars at Churchill; Glen Hill Aims Big Guns at Arlington
In Today’s Notes: Rivelli Wins Three on Opening Day; Desormeaux Wins with First Mount; Willcox Inn Works Toward Summer Stakes; Block Trainees Impress
In Today’s Notes: Million Contenders Wind up in Woodford; Beverly D. Contenders in Distaff Turf Mile; Mid-America Triple Contenders in American Turf Stakes; 15% Takeout Wagers Give More Back to the Fans
In Today’s Notes: Third Chance a Charm in the Breeding Shed
In Today’s Notes: Block Stacked and Ready to Build on Solid 2012
In Today’s Notes: Fresh Meet: Arlington Welcomes Upstart Apprentice Esquivel
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (April 25, 2013) – Beautiful facilities and quality racing are not all that will greet Arlington International Racecourse fans this season. By popularly demand, Arlington is reverting to a former start for one of America’s most common main-course distances.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (April 25, 2013) – Arlington International Racecourse can boast that it is the only racetrack in the United States to offer four wagers on its menu featuring a low takeout rate of 15%.
Born in Genoa, Italy, Carlo Vaccarrezza makes no bones of telling how he arrived in America with just sixty dollars in his pocket to start a new life.