Arlington Park

Bradley: Four Track Records In Chile Precipitated Dacita’s Purchase

Leading into the Grade I Beverly D. at Arlington International Racecourse last Saturday, all eyes were on a mare from Argentina to see if she could best the top turf females in the United States. It took another runner from South America to do so, coming in the form of Sheep Pond Partners and Bradley […]

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Irad Ortiz Leads Nation By Earnings, Wins To Net Jockey Of The Week Title

A pair of graded stakes victories and top rankings by earnings and wins was more than enough to secure Jockeys’ Guild Jockey of the Week Honors for Irad Ortiz, Jr. for the week ending August 13, 2017. The award is voted on by a panel of experts for riding accomplishments by members of the Jockeys’ […]

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Beach Patrol Batalla De Principio A Fin Para Llevarse El Arlington Million

Beach Patrol estuvo luchando en la vanguardia durante todo el recorrido y luego tuvo mejor final que sus rivales para llevarse la 35ta. edición del Arlington Million (G1, $,1,000,000) el pasado sábado 12 en Arlington Park. La victoria del hijo de Lemon Drop Kid permitió a su entrenador Chad Brown llevarse las dos carreras más […]

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‘You Don’t Know What To Feel’: Johnston Pays Tribute To Stable Star Permian, Lashes Out At Twitter Trolls

Trainer Mark Johnston paid tribute on Sunday to his talented 3-year-old colt Permian, who died after suffering a broken leg as he was being pulled up after the G1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington Park on Saturday. In an interview with the Racing Post, Johnston lashed out at the ‘trolls’ on Twitter and other social media sites, that had been harsh […]

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Dacita (Chi) Y Doña Bruja (Arg): Una Exacta Suramericana En El Beverly D. Stakes

La seisañera chilena Dacita (Scat Daddy) le dio a su entrenador Chad Brown su cuarto triunfo – tercero en fila – en el prestigioso Beverly D. Stakes (G1, $600,000) el pasado sábado 12, al superar en emotivo final a la argentina Doña Bruja y a la británica Grand Jete, que terminaron empatadas en el segundo […]

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Buick Suffers Fractured Vertebrae In Arlington Spill; No Surgery Required, Jockey ‘In Great Spirits’

Jockey William Buick was aboard the Mark Johnston-trained Permian in Saturday’s Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington Park when the colt suffered a fatal breakdown shortly after the wire. Buick, conscious but in pain, was loaded onto an ambulance and taken to Northwest Community Hospital, and according to racingpost.com he was diagnosed with a fractured T-12 […]

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Oscar Performance Se Lleva Su Segundo Grado 1 Consecutivo Al Ganar El Secretariat S.

El caballo de los extremos lo hizo de nuevo. Demostrando versatilidad y resistencia, Oscar Performance no tuvo necesidad de tomar la delantera desde el principio para ganar el Secretariat S. (G1, $400,000), una de las carreras más importantes en el festival hípico de Arlington Park, en el marco del prestigioso Arlington Million. Bajo las órdenes […]

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Beach Patrol Very Game To Secure Secretariat-Arlington Million Double

James Covello, Sheep Pond Partners and Head of Plains Partners’ Beach Patrol captured the G1 Secretariat during the 2016 Arlington International Festival of Racing, then did not find the winner’s circle again until the same day in 2017, when he was triumphant in the 35th running of the Grade 1 Arlington Million. The 4-year-old son […]

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Dacita Gives Brown Third Consecutive Beverly D. Triumph

Chilean-bred Dacita and jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. teamed up to win Saturday’s $600,000 Beverly D. Stakes on Arlington Million Day at Arlington Park, giving trainer Chad Brown his third consecutive victory and fourth overall in the Grade 1 Win and You’re In Breeders’ Cup challenge race for the Filly & Mare Turf division. Argentine-bred Dona Bruja […]

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Postulation Draws Away Late For American St. Leger Win

Runnymede Racing’s Postulation got his first graded stakes win in Saturday’s G3 American St. Leger at Arlington Park, taking the lead mid-way through the far turn and pulling away from his competition in the final eighth of a mile to win by about three lengths. The 5-year-old son of Harlan’s Holiday, ridden by Jorge Vargas […]

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