Arlington International

Arlington’s Second Racing Club Already Filled; Horse In Training With Stidham

The first Arlington Racing Club proved to be very popular when it sold out all 70 shares before the first day of the meet. Demand was high enough that Arlington International Racecourse decided to offer a second club, which has already filled. 2015 Leading Trainer at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots Mike Stidham will […]

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‘It’s A Unique Industry’: Dee Poulos Remembers Past, Focuses On Future

Dee Poulos was a familiar face at Arlington Park long before she took out her trainer’s license. The wife of the late and beloved Chicago trainer Ernie Poulos, Dee worked as his assistant before taking the reins in 1997 after his passing. “I met him in 1973,” recalls Poulos. “I was teaching high school, but […]

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Five Winners For Valdivia Friday At Arlington

Wasting no time improving on a four-win day last Saturday, defending Arlington International Racecourse champion jockey Jose Valdivia, Jr. raised the bar Friday at Arlington, winning five of the day’s eight races. Valdivia got off the mark with his first ride of the day, winning the second race aboard Marty Regan and Horses Are Us’s […]

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Mizz Money Makes The Grade In Pucker Up

Mizz Money held off a late-flying Return to Grace for her first career graded stakes victory in Saturday’s Grade 3, $100,000 Pucker Up Stakes at Arlington International Racecourse. Owned by her breeders L. T. B., Inc. and Hillerich Racing LLC, Mizz Money had finished off the board in two previous graded stakes tries. This was […]

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Ramseys Seek Another Million Win With Big Blue Kitten

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s Big Blue Kitten will continue his impressive 7-year-old season in the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million, where the son of Kitten’s Joy is expected to vie for favoritism. Fresh off a victory in the Grade I $500,000 United Nations over 11 furlongs, the bay ridgling will cut back a furlong to […]

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Arlington Million Day Graded Stakes Attract 44 Pre-Entries

Arlington International Racecourse’s International Festival of Racing featuring the Arlington Million Presented by LiftMaster attracted 44 pre-entries from six countries in its four graded stakes. Topped by the 33rd running of the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million, which has a full field of 14 nominated, the Festival also features the Grade I $700,000 Beverly D. […]

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Gabriel Charles Headed To Arlington Million

Sam Britt and Michael House’s Grade I-winning Gabriel Charles will take his sharp recent form and head to the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million on Aug. 15, according to trainer Jeff Mullins. The son of Street Hero exits the best race of his career when winning the Grade I $400,000 Eddie Read Stakes at Del […]

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British Contender The Corsican Joins Arlington Million Picture

Mrs. Fitriani Hay’s The Corsican scratched from the Group I $1,652,000 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot Racecourse today in England and will now aim directly toward the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million on Aug. 15, according to the International Racing Bureau. Citing the softer ground, the David Simcock trainee will enter […]

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‘Everything Is Good’ With Force The Pass, Aiming For Secretariat

If there is an unofficial Triple Crown for American sophomore turf horses based on purses, it commences with the Grade III $500,000 Penn Mile on May 30 at Penn National, carries on to the rich Grade I $1,250,000 Belmont Derby Invitational at its namesake course July 4 and then ends with Arlington International Racecourse’s prestigious […]

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