Chad Brown trainee, Beach Patrol wins Arlington Million
14 Août, 2017, 03:03 | Author: Cyril Hebras
Beach Patrol hadn't won since last year's Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington Park. The victory ended a six-race losing skid and earned a berth in the $4 million Breeders' Cup Turf race in the fall. "We were thrilled to get him back to a track he loves".
Fanciful Angel, a 73-1 shot, finished second.
For all his accomplishments in the last decade Chad Brown has been training, he added another feat August 12, when he became the first trainer to capture both the Arlington Million XXXV Stakes (G1T) and Beverly D. Stakes (G1T) on the same day at Arlington International Racecourse.
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The 2016 Eclipse Award victor saddled Beach Patrol who took the Arlington Million as second choice, and pulled off another minor surprise when Dacita ran over the top of the field to take home the Beverly D.as the fourth betting choice. With regular rider Florent Geroux opting to ride Oscar Nominated in the Million, substitute rider Joel Rosario put Beach Patrol into a stalking position behind Oak Brook shortly after the gates opened. The $564,000 winner's share of The Million raised his career earnings over $1.4 million. Dacita and jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr. were content to sit in eighth place behind the pace setting Zipessa and Frankie Dettori, the duo that would end up ninth.
In the $600,000 Beverly, Dacita won the 1 3/16-mile race in 1:55.49 ahead of Dona Bruja and Grand Jete.
"I have enormous respect for those two races, as did my mentor Robert Frankel", Brown said. That was fast enough for a 2-1/4-length win over Ireland's Taj Mahal with France's Afandem third. Beach Patrol entered the race with 6-1 odds.
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