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Team Valor International picked an ambitious spot for the North American debut of Euro Charline, shipping halfway across the globe to face six older Grade or Group I winners as part of a field of 11 distaffers in the Grade I $750,000 Beverly D. on Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse.
Ryan Moore (jockey, Adelaide, 1st):
Florent Geroux (jockey, The Pizza Man, 1st):
Ryan Moore (jockey, Euro Charline, 1st):
"She traveled real sweet and kicked on nicely like a good filly would."
In Today's Notes: Hardest Core Opts for Million; Champion Castellano to Ride in First Beverly D., Million; Moore and Castellano Can Win All Four Festival Stakes; Spencer Lone Jockey Capable of Adding to Million Victory Total; Seven Trainers Can Win Multiple Festival Races; Two Ownerships Can Claim Consecutive Glory; Martin Schwartz Will Attempt to Extend Win Record in Beverly D.
In Today's Notes: Magician, Adelaide and Eye of the Storm Hit the Track; Belisarius Will Not Run in Secretariat; Canadian Horse of the Year Up With the Birds Arrives for Million
In Today's Notes: Goldberg Throwing Out Last Race And Hoping For Rain With Tannery; Can Sheldon Provide Big Bang in Secretariat?; Follow the Million Day Action Via Social Media
In Today's Notes: Smoking Sun Ready to Turn on the Heat; Side Glance Used to Overachieving; Sparkling Beam Brings Strong Connections; Defending Champ Real Solution 'Doing Great'
In Today's Notes: Maker Trio Shipping in Thursday, Stretching Out Saturday; Big Kick Keeps Moving On the Turf; Hardest Core Arrives At Arlington
In Today's Notes: Temperamental and Talented Euro Charline Gets a Feel for Arlington; Team Block vs. Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock: Round III; Diana Winner Somali Lemonade Settles in Well
In Today's Notes: Secretariat Entrant Tourist At Home On the Turf
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (August 13, 2014) – Strong, short, intimidating, tenacious, and encompassing many countries and continents, Arlington Million XXXII is a lot like Napoleon Bonaparte, and much like the life of said reference the Grade I, 1¼-miles turf fixture seems to be flourishing in its thirties despite environmental turmoil. Seven top class horses – including five Group I winners and two other stakes victors hailing from Ireland, England, France, America, and Canada and representing ownerships from Ireland, America, Qatar, England, Greece and Canada – are set to test the deep waterloos of one of the world’s most competitive and often – like Le Petit Corporal himself – provocatively unpredictable racing events.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 13, 2014) – Two of the past three winners of the Grade I Beverly D. have gone on to win an Eclipse Award as champion turf female, and with six Grade I winners entered in this year’s $750,000 1 3/16-miles race on Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse, a win would mark a big step toward the statue.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 13, 2014) – The European-based Irish-bred Adelaide and American-bred and –based Tourist top a field of nine sophomores entered for Saturday’s Grade I $500,000 Secretariat Stakes at a mile and a quarter over Arlington International Racecourse’s turf course.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Aug. 13, 2014) – Since its creation in 2012, the American St.
In Today's Notes:• Classic Winner Just the Judge Hoping to Rule; • Moment In Time Ready to Take on American St. Leger Boys; • Havana Beat Lite on Racing, Long on Promise
In Today's Notes: Distance Could Benefit Divine Oath in Secretariat
In Today's Notes: Heroic Hardest Core Living up to His Name
In Today's Notes: Million Would Fulfill Romans' Finnegans Wake Prophecy; Elm Racing Wants Signature Win With Street of Gold in Beverly D.