Arlington Park

August 15, 2016
On Sunday at Saratoga, where he is based right now, Florent Geroux rode the winner of the first race, running his record at the meet to 4-5-10 from 56 starters and placing him 13th in the jockey standings.
August 13, 2016
Mondialiste was bred in Ireland and is trained in England, but from all appearances, he is most at home in North America. In his first trip overseas, he won the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile; in his second, he finished second to Tepin in the Breeders’ Cup ...
For more than a decade, owner Martin Schwartz has been buying French fillies to win Grade 1 turf races in America. The bloodstock agent Michel Zerolo finds them, Schwartz buys them, and the fillies cross the Atlantic to try to adapt and improve in a ...
Florent Geroux had ridden three horses for trainer Chad Brown before Saturday, none of whom hit the board. But Brown entrusted Geroux with rides in two Grade 1 races on Saturday at Arlington, Geroux won both of them, and the ride he gave Beach Patrol ...
Noble Beauty was elevated to first when Try Your Luck was disqualified for interference Saturday in the 53rd running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Pucker Up Stakes, the Arlington Million Day finale at Arlington Park in suburban Chicago.
Da Big Hoss added another chapter to his remarkable post-claim story when surging to victory as an odds-on favorite Saturday in the fifth running of the Grade 3, $300,000 American St. Leger, the first of five straight graded turf stakes on Arlington ...
Yo Carm pulled a meaningful upset for his connections Saturday when rallying to win the second running of the $75,000 Bruce D. Memorial, the first of six straight stakes on the Arlington Million card at Arlington Park in suburban Chicago.
August 11, 2016
In the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights, a mini-Olympics of sorts will convene on Saturday at Arlington Park, where the 34th running of the Arlington Million tops a juicy 10-race program. French is very much on the menu.
August 10, 2016
Mark Casse swears he doesn't know how many horses he trains at a given moment. “Three people have asked me this week how many horses we have, and at any given moment, I honestly don't know,” Casse said. “I don't ever count. I think it's bad luck.”
Clondaw Warrior is 9. That is a ripe old age for a racehorse, and yet he comes into the $350,000 American St. Leger on Saturday having just won the biggest prize of his entire career, first place over 20 rivals in the $331,800 Galway Handicap Hurdle in ...