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Familiar Arlington runners Lewis Michael and Mr. Nightlinger drew farthest inside and farthest outside in their respective Breeders' Cup races, coming up this Saturday at Santa Anita Park.
It was a mixed bag of news for Arlington-related horses pointing toward this week's Breeders' Cup World Championships at Santa Anita Park Friday and Saturday. [asset|height=12|wid
Arlington Park again proved to be a stepping-stone for the Breeders' Cup World Championships with seven 2008 stakes winners, four other Arlington Park ’08 participants and five a
There was a correction in the order of finish on Race 6 (Arc d'Triomphe) from Longchamp Racecourse in France on Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008.
The 96-day meeting at Arlington Park ended Sunday, Sept. 21 with owner Frank C.
Crown’s Way Farm’s You Dancing Devil rallied from far back after finding smooth sailing in the stretch to coast to a 4 ½-length victory in the $100,000 Nancy A.
Hall of Fame jockey Earlie Fires hung up his tack Sunday after guiding Frank C.
Trainer Tony Granitz was admittedly rolling the dice when he decided to nominate the maiden Stormy Ballad, owned by Cottowood Stables, to the inaugural edition of the $100,000 Lake Michigan Stakes
There will be no trophies, acceptance speeches, bad jokes, or guest musical acts, but please tune in anyway -- it’s time to hand out the DAK Awards for the 2008 meet at Arlington.
A roughly raced stretch run led to the double disqualification of Catalano Racing Stable’s Jose Adan and WinStar Farm LLC’s Advice from the first two positions in the Grade III $200,000 Arlington-W
Joseph Rauch and David Zell’s Capt.
William Pacella, George Bonomo and Fred Barbara’s C. S.
An overflow field of 13 sophomore fillies passed the entry box Wednesday for Saturday’s Grade III $200,000 Pucker Up Stakes at a mile and an eighth on the turf. Read more ›
Martin Racing Stable and Carl Moore Management’s Mr.
Red Rabbit Racing’s General Charley, claimed three starts back for $35,000, rallied to overtake front running Yankee Injunuity in the fina
Robert Scarborough’s Mauralakana sat comfortably in fourth place throughout the early stages, then swung out with a powerful three-wide move turning for home to capture the Grade I, $750,000 Beverl
Air France flew first, but European runners also finished second and third when Kamel Chehboub’s French-bred Spirit One stole Chicago’s biggest racing show with an unexpected wire-to-wire win in Ar
Winchester, Plan 1-2 Secretariat Finish Kicks Off Big Day For Foreign Horses At Arlington's International Festival
A dominating 7¼-length victory by Mr. & Mrs.