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2011 Arlington-Washington Lassie (G3)

9/10/2011, Arlington Park
Post Time:
4:37 PM CT
1 mile (Synthetic)
2 F

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Arlington-Washington Lassie (G3)...

The two biggest juvenile races of the year in Chicago racing were run today at beautiful Arlington Park, and it seems a select few in attendance were lucky enough to know the result before the races were even run. Clearly jockey Eusebio Razo Jr. was one of the lucky ones. In the Grade 3 $100,000 Arl...Read More
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  • mshutty · Amen, Brian · 951 days ago ·
  • BrianZipse · Shared Property, Take Charge Indy, and Rocket Twentyone are all headed to Kentucky, and likely to run next in the Breeders' Futurity and Alciabiades respectively. · 951 days ago ·
Perhaps jockey Eusebio Razo Jr. has a future as a fortune teller as he predicted from the first time that he rode Frank Fletcher’s Rocket Twentyone that the filly would win the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Lassie at Arlington Park.  The rider was proved correct when he guided the dau...Read More
Rich in tradition, the 77th running of both the Arlington-Washington Lassie for 2-year-old fillies and the Arlington-Washington Futurity for 2-year-old colts will be contested on the Arlington Park polytrack at the one-turn distance of one mile. These races have put some great names on the map such ...Read More
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  • tiznow · I like Ville on a hunch! And Struck It Lucky in the Lassie · 953 days ago ·
  • christysontheweb · Can't WAIT for these two! Awesome # of entries too...wow!!! I am especially excited to see No Spin and I do rememember your article about him. Wasn't he the one that didn't have a name yet back then? · 953 days ago ·
Trainer Tom Howard, who had saddled one winner this season at Arlington before tripling that output with a training double on Labor Day, will try to continue to strike while the iron is hot when he saddles Frank Fletcher’s Rocket Twentyone in Saturday’s Grade III Arlington-Washington Lassie.   ...Read More
Arlington-based trainer Jimmy DiVito has always had a reputation for being very good with 2-year-olds, but the 61-year-old Chicago-born conditioner could easily surpass his own reputation this season.   So far this summer at Arlington, DiVito has won with eight of his 13 juvenile starters and o...Read More
The 76th renewals of the Grade III Arlington-Washington Futurity and Grade III Arlington-Washington Lassie – Chicago’s twin traditional events for 2-year-old Thoroughbreds – will both be contested this Saturday at Arlington and both have attracted juveniles with unusually spirited potential.   ...Read More
Two-year-olds of both sexes take the spotlight Saturday at Arlington Park with the 77th edition of the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Futurity and the 77th edition of the the Grade III $100,000 Arlington-Washington Lassie sharing top billing on the 11-race card.  Each of these prominen...Read More
William Cox’s Ann of the Dance, undefeated in her two career starts – both over Arlington’s Polytrack course – breezed five furlongs in 1:03.60 Saturday morning in preparation for her upcoming engagement in the 77th running of the Grade III Arlington-Washington Lassie, to be contested at one-mile ov...Read More

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