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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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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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Fault Saves Ground For Pucker Up Win

In the Million Day finale, Agave Racing Stable’s Fault saved all the ground early and angled out in mid-stretch to run down Sam-Son Farm’s Journey Home in the final strides of the Grade III $100,000 Pucker Up for 3-year-old fillies. With Miguel Mena aboard, Fault earned his first stakes win, completing the 1 1/8 miles […]

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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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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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Arlington Million Card Features Trio Of Guaranteed Pools

Arlington International Racecourse will offer a trio of guaranteed pools on Saturday’s Arlington Million card. A $150,000 guaranteed Pick-5 will begin on the eighth race (Bruce D. Memorial) and will cover the final five races of the day. A $300,000 guaranteed Pick-4 will start on the ninth race (American St. Leger), and a $100,000 guaranteed Pick-3 will […]

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Weekend Lineup: Arlington’s International Festival Of Racing

Two Breeders’ Cup berths are on the line this Saturday at Arlington Park during its International Festival of Racing. The first is the Grade 1 Beverly D. Handicap, which offers the winner a spot in the starting gate for the Filly & Mare Turf, and the other is the G1 Arlington Million, offering a spot […]

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Kasaqui, Dona Bruja Complete Final Preparations For Arlington’s ‘Win And You’re’ Contests

Over the weekend, trainer Ignacio Correas, IV sent out Kasaqui (ARG) and Dona Bruja (ARG) for their final works on the dirt at Keeneland prior to their starts on Aug. 12 at Arlington International Racecourse. The Argentine duo will make their next starts at the Arlington International Festival of Racing in Breeders’ Cup “Win and […]

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Australian Jockey Shinn ‘Would Love To Keep Coming Back Every Year’ To Arlington Park

Australian jockey Blake Shinn, based at Arlington International Racecourse for the past five weeks, rode his final North American winner on Saturday when the 29-year-old jockey piloted High Heel Lady to a win in the first race on the July 15 card for trainer Moises Yanez. While the racing season in the Southern Hemisphere had […]

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‘Bigger And Stronger’ Time And Motion Headlines Modesty Handicap At Arlington

Trainer Jimmy Toner will saddle two starters Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse for the Ride to the Million presented by Miller Lite. Phillips Racing Partnership’s homebred Grade I-winner Time and Motion will contest the Grade III $100,000 Modesty Handicap, while Darby Dan Farm Racing’s Manitoulin will make his graded-stakes debut in the Grade III $100,000 […]

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