Carlos Silva Saddles First Horse Saturday as Trainer; E. T. Calling Arlington Home Again; William Stiritz Wins Owner of the Month Honors;
Trainer Joan Scott Makes Her Presence Felt at Arlington Park;E. T. Scores a Hat Trick; Ties Injured Alvarado for the Lead;Workin for Hops Works Saturday; Churchill’s Firecracker Next?
Jockey Carlos Castro Joins Nakatani At Arlington Park;Trainer Scott Becker Enjoying Fast 2011 Local Start; Saturday Kicks Off Northwestern Day at Arlington
Coming to Arlington Park Wednesday: Jockey Corey Nakatani; Indian Jockey Gets 1st American Win Sunday at Arlington Sunday; Early Holiday Weekend International Festival Updates
The Sunday racing program at Arlington Park was canceled following the second race when the jockeys chose not to ride. Fans in attendance were given free admission coupons to
Trainer Gerard Butler sent a string of six horses from his English home base to Arlington Park this summer with eyes on taking down some of the track’s graded stakes races. It didn’t take lon
Memorial Day Showcases 2nd Foursome of Festival Previews;Jockey Junior Alvarado Awaiting Visit to Specialist Next Week;Jockey Corey Nakatani Due at Arlington Wednesday
Jockey Junior Alvarado was taken to Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, Ill.
International Festival Previews Abound Saturday; Alternation Works at Arlington Friday; The Run for Voodoo Renewed Saturday at Arlington
She’s All In, Pulpitarian Head Von Hemel’s Horses Saturday;Indian Jockey Rides First Mount at Arlington Park Wednesday;Friday’s Party In The Park Launches Extended Holiday Weekend; Two $13,000-Plus
There will be a $13,176 carryover into Friday’s 50-cent Pick 5 and a $13,176 carryover into Friday’s Pick 6 at Arlington Park.
The Grade III Arlington Matron and the $100,000 Arlington Classic, both longtime fixtures at Chicago’s premier Thoroughbred oval, will share top billing on Saturday. Stone Farm, John Adger, Oak Crest Farm & Mike Stidham’s Upperline headlines the Arlington Matron and All In Stables’s Willcox Inn among the favorites in the Arlington Classic.
Saturday’s Arlington Matron Features 2 Foreign Stakes Winners; Arlington’s Top Three Jockeys All Enjoy Multiple Wins Sunday; Stidham Tries for Mid-America Triple Sweep with Willcox Inn; Paddy O’ Prado Retired Following Win in Pimlico’s Grade II Dixie
Stidham Starts Off With Stakes Win; More to Come Saturday?; Jockey James Graham First to Fire Off Four-Win Day This Season
Estrorace’s Workin For Hops tipped three wide approaching the top of the stretch, took command at mid-stretch and drew off to win the Grade III $100,000 Hanshin Cup by three lengths on Saturday at Arlington Park. The Mike Stidham-trained son of City Zip rallied under strong handling by James Graham to cover the one mile distance over Polytrack in 1:34.55.
Slone Alone: Gerard Butler Assistant Returning to Racing Roots; Willcox Inn Works as Arlington Classic Approaches May 28
Trainers Dorochenko, Kirby Make Up Mutual Admiration Society; Arlington Offers $17, 563 Pick-5 Carryover Pool for Friday; Season High Win Payoff Posted Wednesday at Arlington
Multiple stakes winner Workin for Hops, who races for Amy Bondon’s Estrorace LLC, heads a competitive group of nine, including defending champion Jim Tafel LLC’s Country Flavor, entered for Saturda