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California Invaders Top Washington Park Handicap

Back on the Arlington Park stakes schedule after a one-year hiatus, the Grade III Washington Park Handicap returns with added incentive for the eight starters who passed the entry box for th

Catalano Trainees Favored in 2yo Stakes

Arlington Park's perennial leading trainer Wayne Catalano, in his traditional spot atop the meet's standings, send out the morning line favorites in both of Saturday's 2-year-old stakes race

Carlos Silva Picks Up North American Win No. 3,500

Longtime Chicago-based jockey Carlos Silva, third on Arlington's list of all-time leading riders, notched the 3,500th North American victory of his career when he guided Ben Barnow's Iris Germanica

Take The Points Covers The Spread In Secretariat Stakes



Gio Ponti Gets 4th Straight Grade I Win In Arlington Million XXVII



Dynaforce Powers To Beverly D. Victory


Win Gives Jockey Desormeaux Back-to-Back Grade I Scores on Card


Rumor Has It Wins Rossi Gold Stakes

James F. Glenn and William S.

Lemonette Squeezes Win in Arlington's $57,200 Gaily Gaily Stakes

Favored Lemonette, the 6-year-old mare owned by Jerry Jamgotchian who was fourth in the Grade III Modesty Handicap July 11,  came outside the early leaders to squeeze out a two-length victory in Sa

Road to the Million: Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Pay attention, Einstein! You have a need for additional focus. Look around, Gio Ponti! Something may be gaining on you. You both need t

Peach Brew Posts Arlington Oaks Upset

Robert H Zoellner's Peach Brew, far back early, slid off the rail at the three-sixteenths pole and split horses mid-stretch en route to a half-length victory in the Grade III $150,000 Arlington Oak

E. T. Baird Picks Up 2,000th Win

Longtime Chicago-based jockey E. T.

C. S. Silk Choice in Arlington Oaks

Pacella, Bonomo & Barbara's C. S.

Road To The Million VI: Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Who’s the best turf horse currently in training in North America?  Is it Midnight Cry Stables’ Einstein, the reigning grass horse king, or is it Castleton Lyons’ Gio Ponti, Einstein’s

Just as Well Takes Arlington Handicap

Just as Well, owned and trained by Jonathan Sheppard, made a sweeping last-to-first move to win the Grade III $200,000 Arlington Handicap by a length on Saturday.  The son of A. P.

Yankee Injunuity Wins Arlington Sprint

Encore Racing Stable & James McMullen's Yankee Injunuity earned a hard-fought victory and a possible spot in the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint this November when he gutted out a neck win ove

Reb Wins Grade II American Derby

Ashbrook Farm's Reb made a furious late rally to get up in the final stride to overtake pacesetter No Inflation in the Grade III $300,000 American Derby on Saturday.  The Rusty Arnold-trained son o

Pure Clan Easy Victress in Modesty Handicap

Lewis Lakin's Pure Clan lived up to her 4-5 off odds and rallied from last to easily capture the Grade III $200,000 Modesty Handicap by 2 ½ lengths on Million Preview Day at Arlington

Giant Oak Heads Field for Grade II American Derby

Virginia Tarra Trust's Giant Oak, winner of the $150,000 Arlington Classic here in May, has been installed as the 8-5 morning line favorite in Saturday's $300,000 American Derby at Arlington

Cosmonaut, Stream Cat in Arlington Handicap Rematch

Defending champion Fab Oak Stable, Bobby Hurley and John Goldthorpe's Stream Cat, and two-time Arlington Handicap winner Cosmonaut, who races in the colors of Flying Zee Stable, are among a cast of

Pure Clan Tops Grade III Modesty Handicap

Lewis Lakin's Pure Clan has accepted highweight of 122 pounds for Saturday's Grade III $200,000 Modesty Handicap at Arlington Park and will head to post as the likely favorite in the field of six f