10/10/13 - The 2013 meet has come to
a close. Thanks to everyone who
came to race or cheer on their
favorite Arabians!
Valiant Boy SBFAR was the leading Arabian earner at
Delaware Park in 2012 with $53,000 in earnings. He was
trained by Ron Martino for owner Guy Neivens. Scott
Powell captured the leading trainer by earnings with
$218,171 as well as the number of wins with 16. He
trained exclusively for his Quarter Moon Ranch LLC who
was the leading owner with the same earnings and wins.
Their leading runners were Ayers, So Big Is Better, and Ms
Dixie (all progeny of leading sire Burning Sand). With 17
wins and $199,787 in earnings, Gregorio Rivera was the
leading Arabian jockey by wins and earnings.
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On September 1, 1984, the first Arabian race was run at Delaware Park. The race was for maidens, 3-years-old
and up running 6 furlongs (3/4 of a mile). The winner was a horse by the name of Locust Tagore, a grey
9-year-old gelding. He defeated 8 other horses and won in a time of 1:21.1. The total purse for the race was
$2,750 and total handle was $40,693.

Today, Delaware Park is the premier spot for Arabian racing in the United States. Boasting overnight purses
of $9,000-$12,000 and a stakes program worth almost $1 million, here is where you will find the very best!
Arabians are cherished for their beauty and intelligence. Combine that with the undeniable thrill and
excitement of racing and it's an unbeatable combination! We'll see you at the races!
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