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Too Wild For Words Wins On Opening Day at Arlington! / Monday, May 9, 2011

Too Wild For Words returned to his home track on opening day at Arlington and won ultra impressively to keep his Polytrack record a perfect 3 for 3. Under jockey Junior Alvarado, the son of Offlee Wild took command from the break and never looked back.

Too Wild For Words returned to his home track on opening day at Arlington and won ultra impressively to keep his Polytrack record a perfect 3 for 3. Under jockey Junior Alvarado, the son of Offlee Wild took command from the break and never looked back.

Alvarado peered between his legs to assess the competition turning for home, and knew he had plenty of horse left.  Too Wild For Words was geared down in the final 1/16th of a mile to score by 4 1/4 lengths.

"He loves Arlington," said trainer Wayne Catalano. "He ran some decent races in Florida this winter on dirt and turf, but I knew he was anxiously waiting to get back up here onto his favorite surface."

"This was so easy," said jockey Junior Alvarado.  "I had plenty of horse, and he felt very strong. This is my third win with this horse; he's one of my favorites."

Too Wild For Words earned $10,200 for the effort. Congratulations to his Partners! We look forward to a fun filled summer at Arlington Park.



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