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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.
Perhaps, the following is best filed under the "local boys makes good" category.
Michael Cooper & Pamela Ziebarth’s Tizdejavu, undefeated on turf, will be after his fourth consecutive victory over the surface in Saturday’s Grade I, $400,000 Secretariat Sta
Precious Kitten, Mauralakana, Ccierole Face Local Heroine Dreaming of Anna in Star-Studded Beverly D.
Multiple graded stakes winners Lael Stables’ Precious Kitten, Robert Scarborough’s Mauralakana and locally-based Eclipse Award champion Frank Calabrese’s Dreaming of Anna plus the wel
Globetrotting Archipenko, with graded stakes victories on three continents this year, will try to add North America to that list when he faces seven rivals in Saturda
Heather Stark’s Sky Mom rallied wide into the stretch to engage front running Dreaming of Liz at the furlong marker, battled that one for a sixteenth of a mile before drawing clear to a one-length
Lewis Lakin’s Day of Victory, third in the $250,000 Iowa Derby when racing against male rivals last time out, faces foes of her own sex when she heads to post as the 5-2 morning line
French-bred Spirit One, a late-blossoming 4-year-old colt who gave European superstar Duke of Marmalade a super scare in France’s Group I Prix Ganay April 27, is being added to wh
Richard Masson’s Karelian returned from an 11-month layoff to post an upset score in the $150,000 Sea o’Erin Handicap Saturday at Arlington Park. James Graham rode
Traditionally, apprentice riders have not faired too well at Arlington Park, but this year a couple of bugs are buzzing loudly.
British-bred Mount Nelson, who ascended to the summit of Great Britain’s prestigious Group I Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown Park July 5, has now become the latest European-based superstar to join
Visually, a given racetrack may look the same from day to day, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to play the same.