Arlington-Washington Futurity

Juvenile Star Empire Has Ward ‘Excited’ For Arlington-Washington Futurity

In Saturday’s Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity at Arlington International Racecourse, trainer Wesley Ward will send out the lone two-time winner in the field of 12, Belinda Bateman’s Star Empire (GB). A juvenile son of Australian Group I winner Foxwedge (AUS), the colt won his debut in May by 6½ lengths before diverting to England […]

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Weekend Lineup: Super Derby, Kentucky Turf Cup Highlight Saturday Cards

The racing lineup this Saturday is highlighted by a pair of Grade 3 races with relatively large purses: The Super Derby at Louisiana Downs with a $400,000 purse, and the Kentucky Turf Cup at Kentucky Downs with its $600,000 pot. Kicking off the action on Saturday is the G3 Violet Stakes (5:04PM EST) at Monmouth […]

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Shogood Too Good In Arlington-Washington Futurity

William Stiritz’s Shogood came off a maiden score by nearly eight lengths to win again Saturday at Arlington, drawing off to take the Grade 3, $100,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity. Scott Becker trains Shogood, who was second in his debut before romping in a maiden special weight July 16 at Arlington. Jockey Chris Emigh guided Shogood to […]

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Recount Wins Thrilling Arlington-Washington Futurity Finish

Doubledown Stables’ Recount managed to nose out his rivals in what came down to a three-horse finish at the wire of the Grade 3, $125,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity at Arlington Park on Saturday. The juvenile gelding led early, with Private Prospect sitting just off his flank in second. The two dueled throughout the stretch, with One […]

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Solitary Ranger Alone in Front of Arlington-Washington Futurity Field

Juvenile Solitary Ranger was out in front alone in the homestretch of the Grade 3 Arlington-Washington Futurity at Arlington Park on Saturday. Under rider Florent Geroux, Solitary Ranger contested the early pace and drew away to win in the stretch by five and one half lengths for trainer Wayne Catalano. Susan Moulton owns the U.S. […]

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Juveniles in the Spotlight Saturday at Arlington

High Roll and Captain’s Affair headline a field of nine 2-year-olds for Saturday’s Grade III $150,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity while 11 juvenile fillies including Maria Maria, stakes-placed Divergent View and stakes-placed Sweetsoutherndame passed the entry box for its sister race, the $100,000 Arlington-Washington Lassie.  Each race will be run at the one-turn mile distance over Arlington’s […]

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Shared Property owns the victory in Arlington-Washington Futurity

Shared Property charged home to win the Grade 3 Arlington-Washington Futurity at Arlington Park by a length over Take Charge Indy. Motor City finished third. Shared Property is a two-year-old son of Scat Daddy trained by Tom Amoss and ridden by Leandro Goncalves. Running time for the mile was 1:37.93. Shared Property paid $8.20, $4.00, […]

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No Spin posts bullet work in preparation for Arlington-Washington Futurity

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011 – Leonard Blach and Ray Willis’s No Spin, who broke his maiden by 5 1/2 lengths on Aug. 7 over Arlington’s Polytrack in a five and a half-furlong dash, breezed a bullet five furlongs in 58.20 Saturday morning in preparation for the 76th renewal of the Grade III Arlington-Washington Futurity at […]

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Weekend Stakes: Where to Watch brought to you by West Point Thoroughbreds

As many racing circuits transition this week and segue into fall meets, the graded stakes schedule is on the light side, but all the races on Saturday may have Breeders’ Cup implications. Kentucky Downs, near the Tennessee border in Franklin, opens its meet with the Kentucky Cup Turf Festival, punctuated by the Grade 3 Kentucky […]

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