Upon review, Arrogate was even faster in Pegasus World Cup

HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. (AP) Arrogate was even faster in the Pegasus World Cup than initially thought.

His official time from Saturday's $12 million race has been revised to 1 minute, 46.83 seconds. That broke the Gulfstream Park record for a race of 1 1/8 miles, topping the mark of 1:46.86 set by Lea in the 2014 Donn Handicap.

Arrogate's initially recorded time from the Pegasus was 1:47.61.

The correction to the time was revealed Friday, after the timing service Trakus said it completed a ''subsequent detailed review of the race performance data.''

The change was only to the time. Arrogate's margin over runner-up Shaman's Ghost remained unchanged at 4 3/4 lengths.

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