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YESTERDAY November 20, 2017
Catholic Boy, fourth in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf, will most likely make his dirt debut in the Grade 2, $250,000 Remsen Stakes on Dec. 2 at Aqueduct, trainer Jonathan Thomas said Monday.
Untrapped will bring the best kind of company line into the $200,000 Zia Park Derby on Wednesday.
Yonkers Raceway has named Robert (Cammie) Haughton to the newly-created position of Director of Racing.
Party Boat's only victory in her 3-year-old season came in a listed stakes over Aqueduct's turf course in April. Her connections hope she can end her season with a repeat performance when Party Boat returns to New York for Thursday's second running of ...
Stallwalkin' Dude, narrowly beaten when second as the 4-5 favorite in last year's Grade 3 Fall Highweight Handicap, will look to improve on that finish in Thursday's 104th renewal of the traditional Thanksgiving Day feature at Aqueduct.
New Orleans native son Al Stall Jr. won the Thanksgiving Handicap for the first time in 2016, and he can win it for the second time Thursday.
Trainer Larry Jones is back to Zia on Wednesday with Proud and Fearless, who could go favored in the 1 1/16-mile stakes for 3-year-old fillies that tops a $1.2 million program.
Senior Investment will return to dirt in what is expected to be a short field for Saturday's Grade 3, $200,000 Discovery Stakes, the last graded route race restricted to 3-year-olds on this circuit.
The turf season may be winding down in these parts, but the careers of Shahroze and Not in Charge may just be revving up. These two 3-year-old geldings are the main protagonists in a first-level allowance/optional $25,000 claimer at 1 3/16 miles over ...
While Corey Lanerie appears well on his way to his 15th riding title from the last 17 Churchill meets, the race for top trainer is much closer as the meet enters its final five-day stretch Wednesday.