Although the Arlington Million is no longer the world's richest race as it was when it came into the racing world in 1981, it remains a treasure chest of tradition. Million Day is a unique happening in Chicago sports, the only event that lures an international cast of star athletes to compete against some of America's finest year in and year out.

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