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The British are coming - again! Or at least that's the plan right now regarding Peter Harris's British-campaigned Stotsfold, who finished a very creditable third while gaining in the late stages o
There will be a $31,904 carryover into Friday's Super High 5 pool at Arlington Park since there were no perfect tickets on Thursday's Super High 5.
The Breeders' Cup Challenge, a series of automatic qualifying races for the Breeders' Cup World Championships, will increase expansion this year with a record 65 races taking place in seven countri
Carl Moore Management's Chamberlain Bridge, runner-up in last year's edition of the Arlington Sprint, headlines a field of six entered for this year's renewal of the 5 ½-furlong turf dash. The Arl
The brief calm after the storm of Great Britain's Royal Ascot meeting last week, combined with an unusual stakes schedule lull June 19-20 for North America's best older grass horses being pointed t
It wouldn't be a Prairie State Festival without at least one victory from Team Block, but it took until the fifth of the six stakes races for that to occur when Shrewd Operator took the lead just a
Owner-trainer Tom McCarthy, who saddled his 4-year-old gray colt General Quarters to finish third in Churchill's Grade I Stephen Foster Handicap June 12 on the main track, will switch surfaces once
French-born trainer Christophe Clement hit the Big Apple with a 1-2 punch worthy of Marcel Cerdan on Belmont Stakes Day when he saddled the first and second place runners in New
Jockey Inez Karlsson earned her first graded stakes victory when she guided Jim Tafel's Country Flavor to a ¾-length win in the Grade III $100,000 Hanshin Cup on Saturday at Arlington Park.
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND FEATURES MULTIPLE FESTIVAL PREPS
A talented group of a dozen members of the distaff set will assemble at Arlington Park Saturday for the 74th edition of the Arlington Matron. The Grade III $150,000 race for fillies and mares will
Two horses trained by Mike Stidham - Darley Stable's Tybalt and Feel The Thunder Stable's Gran Estreno - are prominently featured in a nine-horse field that passed the entry box Wednesday for Satur
Jockey Robby Albarado made the most of his foray to Arlington Park by capturing both of Saturday's stakes races at his old Chicago stomping grounds. The now Kentucky-based rider took the $200,000
Robert Smithen's Bay to Bay, winner of the Grade III Natalma Stakes at Woodbine Race Course last September, is prominent in a field of nine 3-year-old fillies entered for the third running of the A
Rich Ege & Team Block's Askbut I Won'ttell and William Stiritz's Proceed Bee won their respective divisions of the Illinois Owners Stakes at Arlington Park on Saturday.