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2010 Arlington-Washington Futurity (G3)

Date/Track:
9/11/2010, Arlington Park
Distance:
1 mile (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
2 M
Time:
1:36.36

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Arlington-Washington Futurity (G3)...

For the second straight year, trainer Wayne Catalano found himself in the winner’s circle after the Grade III Arlington-Washington Futurity. This year, the veteran conditioner sent out Gary & Mary West’s Major Gain to win the $100,000 race.  The son of More Than Ready was ridden by Junior A...Read More
Today I will be rubbing shoulders with the beautiful people at Arlington Park. Or maybe that should be, I will be rubbing shoulders with people at beautiful Arlington Park. Either way, that’s where I’ll be. It’s Arlington-Washington Day at my home track, and the Futurity and the Lassie offer the bes...Read More
Two-year-olds of both sexes take the spotlight Saturday at Arlington Park with the 76th edition of the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity and the 76th edition of the the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Lassie sharing top billing on the nine-race card.  Each of these promi...Read More

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