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.
In Today's Notes: Catalano Triumvirate Have Final Workouts; Goldberg Expecting Better from Tannery; Eight Europeans Arrive for International Festival of Racing
In Today's Notes: The Pizza Man a Proud Project for Papiese; Schwartz Goes for Four with Alterite; Admiral Kitten Reverses Course, to Run in American St. Leger; Chad Brown Trio Work Toward Festival
Jockey James Graham visited the winner's circle five times afternoon Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse booting home the winners of races three, four, si
In Today's Notes: Ramsey Readies His Regiment; Tannery Confirmed for Beverly D.; Up With the Birds Flies in Final Million Breeze; Local Beverly D. Hopeful La Tia Serves Notice; Flamboyant out of Secretariat
In Today's Notes: Mott Confident in Festival Duo; Admiral Kitten out of Million; Big Kick Confirmed for American St. Leger, Charming Kitten Out; Flamboyant and Can'thelpbelieving Probable for Secretariat, Schoolofhardrocks Out; Aigue Marine and Tannery Possible for Beverly D.
Several Members of Jockey Colony to Participate in Homestretch for Heroes 5K
In Today's Notes: Trading Leather Confirmed for Million; Big Kick Possible for American St. Leger; Grandeur and Farraaj Likely to Pass on Million; Moment in Time Probable to Take on Boys in St. Leger; European Imports Dazzling and Terrific Possible for Hatoof; Venus De Milo Possible for Beverly D.