Ticker
  •  Beholder romps home a winner in the Santa Lucia!Posted 11 hours ago
  •  Puntrooskie rolls home an easy Woodstock winner!Posted 13 hours ago
  •  Imperative shocks 'em all in the Charles Town Classic!Posted 1 day ago
  •  Dynamic Impact edges Midnight Hawk in the Illinois Derby!Posted 1 day ago
  •  Mr Speaker rolls in the Lexington Stakes!Posted 1 day ago
  •  Frac Daddy lays down the law in the Ben Ali!Posted 1 day ago
  •  Sisterly Love game in the Doubledogdare!Posted 2 days ago
  •  Daring Dancer rolls in the Appalachian!Posted 3 days ago
  •  Stormy Lucy flies late to win the Santa Barbara!Posted 7 days ago
  •  Ready to Act wins the Beaumont!Posted 7 days ago

2010 Modesty Handicap (G2)

Date/Track:
7/17/2010, Arlington Park
Distance:
1 3/16 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
3+ F
Time:
1:55.11

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Modesty Handicap (G2)...

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
  • Show All 7 Comments
  • Bluegrass · Very nice article Brian. It was so sad when she died. Makes you wonder what could have been... · 981 days ago ·
    like
  • 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. · 980 days ago ·
    like
Tuscan Evening ran another terrific race today in the Modesty Stakes at Arlington Park. It's certainly not like beating Hot Cha Cha and Rainbow View is like beating allowance level fillies and mares. That's for sure. Rainbow View was a Grade or Group 1 winner as a 2yr.old.
Tuscan Evening figured to get loose on the lead in the Modesty Cap, and she did, setting an exceedingly slow pace. So when she won by a half-length over 16-1 Eclair de Lune, the first response was, 'meh.' But this actually was better than merely meh. Yes, TE got a favorable setup, but she flew home....Read More
William Deburgh’s Tuscan Evening kept her 2010 record intact with a front-stepping half-length victory at Arlington Park in the Grade III $150,000 Modesty Handicap, one of three graded stakes that makes up the track’s annual Million Preview Day card.   Trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, the Irish-...Read More
Couldn’t you just imagine Jimmy Durante being a huge fan of Hot Cha Cha? Granted I am taking some literary license here, as the famous line for the legendary entertainer was more like Ha Cha Cha Chaaaa, but hey, i don't think Schnozzola would mind if he was still with us. Hot Cha Cha is a four-year-...Read More
Grade I stakes winner William Deburgh’s Tuscan Evening, five for five in 2010, will put her undefeated season on the line as she accepts highweight of 124 pounds in this Saturday’s $150,000 Grade III Modesty Handicap at Arlington Park.   The Modesty serves as the final local prep for the Grade...Read More

Top Stories