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Wide Open Pucker Up Stakes Draws 10 Turf Distaffers

Arlington Park presents its annual Turf Showcase card on Labor Day Monday, Sept. 6 with eight of the day's nine contests scheduled to be run on Arlington's world famous turf course.

Longtime Chicago Trainer Tom Tomillo Dies at Age 66

Illinois racing lost one of its most ardent supporters when longtime trainer Tom Tomillo passed away Sept. 1 at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.

Defending Champion Gran Estreno Seeks Grade III Washington Park Handicap Repeat

Feel the Thunder Stable's Gran Estreno, who posted a mild upset when winning the 2009 edition of the Grade III Washington Park Handicap, returns in search of a repeat bid in Saturday's $150,000 rac

Debussy Scripts Gio Ponti’s Loss In 2010 Arlington Million

HRH Princess Haya of Jordan’s Debussy – a 4-year-old Irish-bred son of Diesis – scored an unexpected victory with a crescendo of a late run in Arlington Million XXVIII Saturday.

Éclair De Lune Gives Duchossois Emotional Victory In Grade I Beverly D.

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 21, 2010) - Arlington Park chairman Richard L.

Paddy O’Prado Sweeps to Victory In Grade I Secretariat


Media Advisory: Late Updates on Saturday's International Festival


Thorwarth, Cadman Sub for Cruguet, Stevens in "Young Guns vs. Cagey Veterans" Race at Arlington Park

When Triple Crown winning jockey Jean Cruguet had to take off his mount in this Friday's "Young Guns vs.

Gio Ponti to Defend Arlington Million Championship Saturday

Castleton Lyons' Gio Ponti, who captured last summer's Grade I Arlington Million as the fans' favorite, looms as an even stronger 7-5 choice in the morning line as he faces nine rivals in Saturday'

Rainbow View Favored in Wide Open Edition of the Grade I Beverly D.

Augustin Stable's Rainbow View, who looks to rebound from an uncharacteristic fourth-place finish in the Grade III Modesty Handicap here last month, has been pegged as the tepid 4-1 morning line fa

Paddy O'Prado Favored in Grade I Secretariat Stakes

Donegal Racing's Paddy O'Prado, the leading turf favoring sophomore in North America, has been installed as the heavy even money favorite for Saturday's Grade I $400,000 Secretariat Stakes at Arlin

Road to the 2010 Arlington Million X: Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Gio Ponti giveth and Gio Ponti taketh away - especially when it comes down to the field now likely for the 28th running of the Grade I Arlington Million a little over one week away on Saturday, Aug

“Young Guns” vs. “Cagey Veterans” in Pari-Mutuel Race

Five retired jockey greats will return to the saddle for one race and square off against the five of the top riders in the Arlington Park standings in a "Young Guns" vs.

Road to the 2010 Arlington Million - Vol. IX: Wednesday, August 04, 2010

The largest group of European equine invaders in the last seven years remains on schedule for an Atlantic crossing in time for the upcoming Grade I Arlington Million now two and a half weeks away o

Dining With The Dynasty Fund-Raiser Returns for 2010

Tickets are on sale now at and at the track's box office for "Dining With The Dynasty", a charity event that bring legendary jockeys from all over the country to raise f

Road to the 2010 Arlington Million - Vol. 8: Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Kirsten Rausing's Lady Jane Digby, a 5-year-old mare who drew clear late for a one-length score against male rivals in last Sunday's Group I Grosser Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches-Zuchtrennen at German

Road to the 2010 Arlington Million - Vol. 7: Wednesday, July 21

Rahystrada Wins Grade III Arlington Handicap

Robert Courtney's Rahystrada, third in the Grade II Dixie Stakes at Pimlico in his last start May 15, returned to his winning ways with a half-length victory over defending champion Just as Well in

Workin for Hops Wins Grade II American Derby; 2/3 of Way to Mid-America Triple

Estrorace LLC's Workin for Hops, winner of the Arlington Classic in May, added the second leg of the Mid-America Triple to his resume when he took the lead at the half-mile pole and drew off

Tuscan Evening Wins Grade III Modesty Handicap

William Deburgh's Tuscan Evening kept her 2010 record intact with a front-stepping half-length victory at Arlington Park in the Grade III $150,000 Modesty Handicap, one of three graded stakes that