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When playing the races, a certain percentage of people bet on the jockeys and trainers with the highest winning percentages.
James Messineo's Major Rhythm caught longshot front runner Rumor Has It at the eighth pole and held off that one to win by a half-length in the $54,200 Rossi Gold Stakes on Saturd
Hall of Fame jockey Earlie Fires notched career win number 6,450 on Saturday to pass fellow Hall of Fame rider Sandy Hawley and move into sole possession of ninth-place on
Richard Rudolph & Michael Vranich’s Magnetic Miss cruised to front-stepping six-length tally in the $52,400 Your Ladyship Stakes Sunday at Arlington Park. Read more ›
Louie Roussel III and Ronnie Lamarque’s Recapturetheglory, fifth behind Triple Crown hopeful Big Brown in the Kentucky Derby four weeks ago, will treat guests with a public half-mile workout Sunday
Courtlandt Farms’ Indescribable made a three-wide rally into the stretch, overtook Leah’s Secret in the vicinity of the furlong marker and pulled away to win the Grade III $150,00
The Fit For a Queen Stakes was named for one of the fastest distaff sprinting fillies to have graced the old dirt track at Arlington Park so it seems only fitting that a track record
Jim Tafel LLC’s Coragil Cat, who set an Arlington Polytrack record mile of 1:33.55 in his last start, burst through in mid-stretch and drew off to win the Grade III $100,000 Hanshin S
Sassasfras Racing & Gulf Coast Farms’ Meal Penalty dashed to the front right at the start of the $150,000 Arlington Classic and never looked back en route to a three-quarters of a length tally
Pin Oak Stable LLC’s Much Obliged rallied in the center of the course to get up in the waning stages of the $200,000 American 1000 Guineas on Saturday at Arlington Park.
Bruce Lunford’s Tessa Blue and a stable coupling from WinStar Farm LLC of Leah’s Secret and Ballado’s Thunder will likely vie for favoritism in Monday’s 72nd running of the
Jon & Sarah Kelly’s Sporting Art, popular winner of the Grade III Calder Derby last time out, seeks his third straight graded stakes score on turf when he
One year ago Robert Yagos’ Spotsgone lit up the toteboard with a $165 mutuel as the upset winner of the Grade III Hanshin Cup but will head to post as the 5-2 morning
Frank Calabrese’s Dreaming of Liz, winner of the Grade III Arlington-Washington Lassie here last September, takes to the turf for the first time in a field of 10 sophomore fillies ente
Jockey Earlie Fires, at age 61 likely in the final season of a brilliant career, is riding like a man half his age and showed again why he was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall o
Apprentice rider Brandon Meier, 19, son of popular local reinsman Randall Meier, made his professional debut a winning one when he guided Frank C.
Sassafras Racing & Gulf Coast Farm’s Meal Penalty skimmed the rail, took the lead on the turn and drew off to win the $53,700 Shecky Greene Stakes by two lengths on Saturday at Arlington Park,
J David Banks & Hondo Ranch Inc.'s Lord Carmen circled the field entering the stretch, took the lead inside the furlong grounds and drew clear to win the $100,000 James B.