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2015 Arlington Million winner The Pizza Man has been retired with an ankle chip.
The Pizza Man, the Illinois-bred gelding whose outstanding career peaked with a victory in the 2015 Arlington Million, has been retired at age 8 after being diagnosed with an ankle chip.Full Story >>
August 14, 2017
The morning after his unprecedented sweep of the two marquee races at Arlington Park, trainer Chad Brown was fondly reminiscing about the days when he worked in Southern California for his late mentor, Bobby Frankel.
August 13, 2017
A mechanical issue delayed the return flight to New York for Chad Brown's Arlington Million Day horses, but after becoming the first trainer ever to win both the Grade 1 Arlington Million (Beach Patrol) and Beverly D. (Dacita) on the same day, he ...
August 12, 2017
The gate sprang for the 35th Arlington Million on Saturday and Joel Rosario dropped low in the saddle, getting right up onto the neck of Beach Patrol and urging him forward. It was as if the 1 1/4–mile Million were being run at a quarter-mile, and for ...
Saturday was a day that jockey Miguel Mena won’t soon forget. Named in just two races at Arlington Park, both longshots in stakes, Mena flew in from his Kentucky base to fully maximize his opportunity and ended up with a 12-1 victory aboard Fault in ...
Dacita added to the remarkable legacy Chad Brown has built in relatively short order when getting a terrific ride from Irad Ortiz Jr. in posting a half-length victory Saturday in the 28th running of the Grade 1, $600,000 Beverly D. at Arlington Park.
Arlington has been mighty kind to the Bentley family and trainer Eddie Graham. In 2014, they brought Hardest Core here and won the Arlington Million, and on Saturday they ran their local record to two graded stakes, two wins when Postulation proved ...
Oscar Performance took home another trophy and cemented his position atop the 3-year-old turf division when he won the Secretariat Stakes by 2 1/4 lengths over Taj Mahal on Saturday at Arlington.
Perennially underrated throughout his brief career, Harmac rallied at yet another big mutuel Saturday to pull a 27-1 upset in the third running of the $75,000 Bruce D. Memorial on the Arlington Million undercard at Arlington Park.
August 11, 2017
How Daily Racing Form writer Marcus Hersh will play Saturday's Million Day card at Arlington Park.
August 10, 2017
Saturday at Arlington, the well-traveled Ignacio Correas starts Dona Bruja, the morning-line favorite in the Grade 1, $600,000 Beverly D. Stakes, and Kasaqui, a contender in the Grade 1 Arlington Million, a race in which he finished second last year.