Arlington International

Midnight Cello Romps In Hanshin Cup

Patricia’s Hope LLC’s Midnight Cello overcame a difficult start to prove much the best in Saturday’s Grade III $100,000 Hanshin Cup at Arlington International Racecourse. Claimed for $100,000 just four stats back in December at Gulfstream Park, the 5-year-old son of Midnight Lute was making his 15th career stakes start, and after five runner-up finishes […]

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Irish Stakes Winner Panama Hat Under Consideration For American St. Leger

Recent Irish stakes winner Panama Hat is now under serious consideration for the Grade III $350,000 American St. Leger, according to the International Racing Bureau. Trained by Andy Oliver and owned by Team Valor International, the son of Medicean is exiting a strong victory in the $50,000 Lenebane Stakes at Roscommon in Ireland on July […]

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Bradley: Secretariat-Bound Divisidero ‘Full Of Energy’ In Training

Trainer William ‘Buff’ Bradley has decided to point multiple stakes-winning sophomore turf colt Divisidero to the Grade I $450,000 Secretariat Stakes on Aug. 15 at Arlington International Racecourse – part of the International Festival of Racing capped by the 33rd running of the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million. Both the Secretariat and the Million are […]

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Connections Undecided On Beverly D. For Walk Close

Highland Yard’s Walk Close was no worse for the wear after her impressive victory in Saturday’s Grade III $100,000 Modesty Handicap at Arlington International Racecourse, according to her connections. Ridden to perfection by 2014 meet champion rider James Graham, the fashionably bred daughter of Tapit scored the first graded stakes of her career and second […]

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Walk Close Sprints To Modesty Triumph

Highland Yard LLC’s Walk Close came home best in the Grade 3, $100,000 Modesty Handicap, surging clear for her first graded stakes victory Saturday at Arlington International. James Graham rode Walk Close to her fourth victory in 10 starts. She is trained by Christophe Clement. Longshot Seeking Treasure did the early pace work, running fractions […]

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World Approval Battles For American Derby Victory

Live Oak Plantation’s homebred gelding World Approval proved best in Saturday’s Grade 3, $100,000 American Derby, charging down the Arlington turf course to fend off a late rally by Crittenden. Ridden by Jose Lezcano, the gray World Approval sat second off a slow early pace set by Nun the Less and seized the lead rounding […]

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Equibase Analysis: Up With The Birds Featured In Arlington Handicap

The Grade 3, $100,000 Arlington Handicap is the second of four successive turf stakes on the day and brings together a field of 10 mostly accomplished turf runners. Leading the field, at least insofar as career success, is Up With the Birds, who has earned more than $1.4 million in his career including a win […]

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Euro Charline Aims To Defend Title In Beverly D.

Team Valor International made history in 2014 when its silks were in the winner’s circle following the Grade I Beverly D. at Arlington International Racecourse. The globally respected operation’s Euro Charline, trained by Marco Botti, became the first 3-year-old filly to defeat her elders in the fixture and did so by beating no fewer than […]

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Registration Open For Arlington Handicapping Challenge

Arlington International Racecourse will play host to the Arlington Handicapping Challenge in the International Room on July 12. The live-money contest will offer the most coveted prizes in handicapping contests to the top five players, with four NTRA/DRF National Handicapping Championship berths and one Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge entry up for grabs. Registration is open […]

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