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Jockey Buick Makes Successful Return From Injury At Ascot

William Buick made a winning comeback from injury when making all the running on Blue Point in the John Guest Bengough Stakes at Ascot. Absent since fracturing his T12 vertebra in a fall from the ill-fated Permian at Arlington Park in August, Buick wasted no time in getting on the scoresheet. With no apparent pace […]

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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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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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Oscar Performance En Busca De Otra Actuación Estelar El Sábado En Arlington Park

El caballo de los extremos vuelve a la acción, llevando su talento a Arlington Park. Oscar Performance será uno de los potros a vencer este sábado en el Secretariat S. (G1, $400,000), una carrera en 2000 metros sobre pista de grama que reunió a seis excelentes tresañeros, tres de los cuales llegan desde Europa. El […]

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Oscar Performance Takes On International Field In G1 Secretariat

The Grade I $400,000 Secretariat Stakes, one of the premier Grade I turf stakes for 3-year-olds in America and throughout the world, has drawn an exceptional sextet of sophomores in 2017. Named for one of history’s greatest thoroughbreds, the international event has been contested at 1¼ miles over Arlington International Racecourse’s world-renowned turf course since […]

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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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O’Brien Sends Out Six In Wide Open Investec Derby

A field of nineteen will go to the post Saturday for the Group 1 Investec Derby, the largest field for the classic since 2003. Considered to be a wide-open edition with no clear cut standout, favoritism may likely fall on Cliffs Of Moher, one of six runners from trainer Aidan O’Brien’s stable. Jockey Ryan Moore has […]

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Godolphin’s Decision To Reduce Bloodstock Has Many In Industry Reaping The Benefits

The decision by Sheikh Mohammed to reduce some of Godolphin/Darley’s bloodstock over the past year or so has been begun to show positive results for those owners and breeders that ventured to buy some of the horses that were sold. One such example is Camas Park Stud, which the Racing Post reports paid 65,000 guineas for the mare Tessa […]

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