Beach Patrol Wins Arlington Million

Oceane Deschanel
Agosto 14, 2017

Brown was in the early stages of working with the late Frankel at the time, but said they were races the Hall of Fame trainer pointed for. "Super fortunate. Really a great day".

"After Beach Patrol fought off the favored Deauville inside the eighth pole and then repelled a challenge from long shot Fanciful Angel to win the 35th running of the Grade 1 Arlington Million, Jay Hanley was asked by a television reporter, 'What now?"

The victory ended a six-race losing skid for Beach Patrol. Hanley replied, "We're going back to Saratoga and take Chad Brown out".

Ridden by Joel Rosario, Beach Patrol ran 1¼ miles on a firm turf course in 2:02.39 on Saturday at Arlington Park in suburban Chicago.

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Beach Patrol, the victor of last year's $400,000, Grade 1 Secretariat for 3-year-olds on last year's Million card, bested eleven rivals in the 1-1/4 mile turf Million. Beach Patrol is out of the Quiet American mare Bashful Bertie. Deauville, the 9-5 favorite, paid $2.80 to show. Her purse earnings from two races in her native Chile and 17 here now total over $1.4 million. Beach Patrol entered the race with 6-1 odds. The Pizza Man, the 8-year-old 2015 victor, finished last.

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.

In the $600,000 Beverly, Dacita won the 1 3/16-mile race in 1:55.49 ahead of Dona Bruja and Grand Jete. That was fast enough for a 2-1/4-length win over Ireland's Taj Mahal with France's Afandem third.

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