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The Pizza Man wins the Arlington Million in 2015.
The Pizza Man, an Illinois-bred 7-year-old, has raced in the Million the last two years, winning in 2015 and finishing sixth, beaten just 1 1/2 lengths, last summer. In 2014, he won the $400,000 American St. Leger on the Million card. Full Story >>
July 14, 2017
At 29, Blake Shinn is an established Australian jockey. Australian – not American. Shinn finishes a five-week stint at Arlington on Saturday, and during his brief stay in America he has worked on becoming an American kind of rider.
July 10, 2017
Trainer Ignacio Correas’s two intended Arlington Million Day starters, Dona Bruja and Kasaqui, returned to Kentucky shortly after racing Saturday at Arlington, but both are scheduled to return to Arlington a few days before the Million card on Aug. 12.
July 08, 2017
Ghost Hunter, a 7-year-old gelding who was making his 45th start, on Saturday won the first graded stakes of his career with the Grade 3, $100,000 Arlington Handicap.
Trainer Mike Maker won the Stars and Stripes Stakes in 2013 with Dark Cove, won it last year with Greengrassofyoming, and won it again Saturday at Arlington with Keystoneforvictory, who swooped past The Pizza Man in the final furlong for a 1 1/2-length ...
Galloping along well off the pace in the Modesty Handicap on Saturday at Arlington, Dona Bruja began moving up coming off the far turn – and it was not because jockey Declan Cannon was asking. Cannon sat stock still as Dona Bruja closed relentlessly, ...
Pushed early by third-choice Hembree, Sonic Boom still had plenty left to fend off second-choice Gorgeous Kitten and win the Grade 3, $100,000 American Derby on Saturday at Arlington.
July 05, 2017
The four Grade 3 stakes on Million Preview Day on Saturday at Arlington were drawn Wednesday, and there are very good horses in at least three of them.
June 30, 2017
The Grade 1-winning 4-year-old filly Time and Motion ships Tuesday from New York to start July 8 in the Grade 3, $100,000 Modesty Handicap at Arlington.
One day there will be a Stars and Stripes Handicap lacking The Pizza Man, but that day will not be July 8. The popular Illinois-bred gelding is set to start in the Stars and Stripes for the fifth year in a row, owner Rich Papiese said Friday.
Pending Saturday workouts at Keeneland, the high-powered Ignacio Correas duo of Kasaqui and Dona Bruja remain on track for Arlington stakes starts on July 8.