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In Today's Notes: Jermaine Rides Thursday Triple Prior to Hawthorne Campaign; Arlington Family's Angela Hillebrand Suwanski Recovering; Arlington Trainer Danny Miller Getting Better Every Day; Memorial Service for Trainer Tommy Tomillo Friday
In Today's Notes: Arlington Stakes Winners Have Interesting Fall Futures; Season-High Place, Show Prices Set in September; Joy Spindler Showing Grandmother's Glow; Reminder: Post Time Friday 1 p.m.
In Today’s Notes: Rivelli, Becker Continue Training Duel; ‘Cat’ Could Pounce; Junior Scores Riding Triple Sunday to Challenge in Jockey’s Race; Wigmore Hall, Never Retreat Win Sunday Stakes at Woodbine
In Today's Notes:Marketing Mix 'Probable' for Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup; Pucker Up Runner-Up Leaves Leigh Bentley Beaming Sunday; Trac N Jam Compromised by Traffic Problems; Don't Tell Sophia Victim of Rough Trip; Pucker Up Pacesetter Love Dare Headed Back to Louisiana
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Sept. 17, 2011) – Glen Hill Farm’s Marketing Mix took advantage of a ground-saving trip and drew off in the stretch to win the Grade III $100,000 Pucker Up Stakes by 3 1/4 lengths on Saturday at Arlington Park.
In Today's Notes: Former Jockey Larry Sterling Jr. Returns to Training; Becker Gets Training Double Friday - Cuts Rivelli Lead to Two; Jockey J. Z. Santana Posts Riding Double Friday; Apprentice Josh Molitor Rides Two Winners Friday
In Today's Notes: Leigh Bentley Tries to Kiss the Sky in Saturday's Pucker Up Stakes; Leading Jockey James Graham Rides Thursday Triple; Jockey Florent Geroux Becomes a Father for First Time
In Today's Notes: Pucker Up's Maid of Heaven Brings Kellyn Gorder Back to Town; Lassie Runner-Up Essence of Bubbles Louisiana-Bound; Hogy Headed Back to Sprint Competition; Geroux Takes Off All Mounts Thursday
In Today's Notes: Howard's End of 2011 Arlington Season Beats the Beginning; Arlington's 2011 Jockey, Trainer Titles Still Up for Grabs
Both trainer Tom Amoss and jockey Leandro Goncalves were confident that Jerry Namy's Shared Property would run a big race in the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity. Their confidence was rewarded as the son of Scat Daddy made a late rally in the center of the track to catch Take Charge Indy to win the one mile race by a length, covering the distance in 1:37.93.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Sept. 10, 2011) – Perhaps jockey Eusebio Razo Jr. has a future as a fortune teller as he predicted from the first time that he rode Frank Fletcher's Rocket Twentyone that the filly would win the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Lassie at Arlington Park. The rider was proved correct when he guided the daughter of Indian Charlie to a half-length victory in the one-mile race over Polytrack.
In Today's Notes:French Jockey Florent Geroux Boosting Career at Arlington Park; Graham, Santana and Alvarado Continue Leading Rider Battle; DiVito Saddles Training Triple Friday; Ormond Quay Scratched from Arlington-Washington Futurity
In Today's Notes: Hogy the Hope of Mettlers, Berndt in Arlington-Washington Futurity; Essence of Bubbles Bought to Toast Arlington-Washington Lassie; McPeek Runs Dream Pegasus in Lassie; Mourns Loss of Frazier
In Today's Notes: Junior Wins 4 – Jumps In Race for Arlington's Jockey Championship; Always Here Too, 'Lucky' Work for Arlington-Washington Lassie; Shared Property Works for Arlington-Washington Futurity
In Today's Notes: Block, Butler Balance Arlington, Saratoga Stakes Saturday; Jockey Junior Alvarado Hits Saturday Hat Trick at Arlington; DiVito Works Twelve Hundred for Arlington-Washington Futurity
Lothenbach Stables' Mister Marti Gras rallied from far back to nail front-running favorite Workin For Hops in the final strides to win the Grade III $100,000 Washington Park Handicap Saturday at Arlington Park.