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2010 Beverly D. Stakes (G1)

Date/Track:
8/21/2010, Arlington Park
Distance:
1 3/16 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
3+ F
Time:
1:56.56

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Beverly D. Stakes (G1)...

I was there for Tuscan Evening’s win in the Modesty … little did I know how much I would be missing her just one month later at the Beverly D... Read More
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  • Bluegrass · Very nice article Brian. It was so sad when she died. Makes you wonder what could have been... · 979 days ago ·
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  • LAZMANNICK · A filly that was just beginning to run at the longer distances where she thrived. In races from 8.5F and longer she won 5 of 6 including her last four. In 21 other races all at shorter distances she won only 7 of 21. What could have been? They finally get her figured out and then tragedy. RIP girl. · 978 days ago ·
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Of the 299 American Graded Stakes run so far in 2010, I doubt any one of them had a more emotional outcome than last Saturday’s Grade 1 Beverly D. Stakes at Arlington Park, won by the 4-year-old German-bred filly Éclair de Lune. But this wasn’t about the horse. It ...Read More
Arlington Park chairman Richard L. Duchossois won the most important race to him when his Éclair de Lune, trained by Hall of Fame conditioner Ron McAnally, overtook pacesetter Romacaca in the stretch to the score a 1 ½-length victory in the Grade I $750,000 Beverly D., which is named for Duchossois...Read More
Michael Deegan’s Pachattack, one of two invaders for Saturday’s Grade I Beverly D. Stakes as the Arlington Million’s sister race, cantered once around Arlington’s main track Wednesday morning under exercise rider Andrew Morris.   On hand to observe his 4-year-old filly’s move was Michael Deega...Read More
The Horse Racing Radio Network (HRRN) announced Thursday, it will return to Arlington Park for the sixth consecutive year this Saturday, to provide exclusive radio coverage of the 28th Arlington Million. HRRN’s two hour broadcast will air live from 4:30 – 6:30 ET and include the Secretariat Sta...Read More
Augustin Stable’s Rainbow View, who looks to rebound from an uncharacteristic fourth-place finish in the Grade III Modesty Handicap here last month, has been pegged as the tepid 4-1 morning line favorite in a wide open field of 10 turf favoring fillies and mares entered for Saturday’s Grade I Bever...Read More
Pre-entries for the Grade I Arlington Million, Grade I Beverly D. Stakes and Grade I Secretariat Stakes closed at midnight Friday with 10 older horses named to the 28th running of the Arlington Million, 11 fillies and mares available for the $750,000 Beverly D. Stakes and seven sophomores slated as...Read More
Fans of multi-race wagers, particularly those involving high-quality turf stakes races, will find plenty of opportunity to partake in such bets on Arlington Million Day on Saturday, August 21 when the track will play host to three Grade I turf stakes, a Grade III turf event and an overnight stakes r...Read More
Gio Ponti giveth and Gio Ponti taketh away – especially when it comes down to the field now likely for the 28th running of the Grade I Arlington Million a little over one week away on Saturday, Aug. 21.   The suddenly likely presence of Gio Ponti, the Arlington Million’s defending champion own...Read More
  • humphrey · That turf course is different than most as they leave the grass quite a bit longer than the manicured surfaces on the West coast. · 1344 days ago ·
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Darley Stables’ Tizaqueena, winner of the Grade III Arlington Matron May 29 but most recently fourth beaten a length and a quarter in Monmouth’s Grade III Matchmaker Stakes on Aug. 1, is now unlikely to attempt a run in the Grade I Beverly D. Stakes Aug. 21.    “We probably won’t be runnin...Read More
The largest group of European equine invaders in the last seven years remains on schedule for an Atlantic crossing in time for the upcoming Grade I Arlington Million now two and a half weeks away on Aug. 21.   That list is headed by Kirsten Rausing’s Lady Jane Digby, a 5-year-old mare who defe...Read More
She was beaten less than two lengths in Arlington’s $200,000 American 1000 Guineas in the spring of 2009, a half-length in the Grade III Arlington Oaks later that summer, and then went on to be clearly best by a length and a quarter in Arlington’s Grade III Pucker Up last Labor Day weekend.  &...Read More
Kirsten Rausing’s Lady Jane Digby, a 5-year-old mare who drew clear late for a one-length score against male rivals in last Sunday’s Group I Grosser Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches-Zuchtrennen at Germany’s Munich Racecourse, is now expected to challenge the boys once again in the Grade I Arlington Milli...Read More
Juddmonte Farms’ jubilation following their one-two finish in Royal Ascot’s Group I Prince of Wales’s Stakes June 16 may also allow Ireland’s all-time leading trainer Dermot Weld the chance to saddle the first Grade I Arlington Million winner of his stellar international career.   That’s becau...Read More
The brief calm after the storm of Great Britain’s Royal Ascot meeting last week, combined with an unusual stakes schedule lull June 19-20 for North America’s best older grass horses being pointed to this summer’s Grade I Arlington Million, allow an opportunity for updates on Arlington’s Grade I Bev...Read More
Owner-trainer Tom McCarthy, who saddled his 4-year-old gray colt General Quarters to finish third in Churchill’s Grade I Stephen Foster Handicap June 12 on the main track, will switch surfaces once again for his next start July 17 in the Grade III Arlington Handicap over the Chicago oval’s world fa...Read More
French-born trainer Christophe Clement hit the Big Apple with a 1-2 punch worthy of Marcel Cerdan on Belmont Stakes Day when he saddled the first and second place runners in New York’s Grade I Woodford Reserve Manhattan Handicap run over that Long Island lawn.   The Manhattan – an annual stepp...Read More

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