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February 01, 2016
On the weekend of Jan. 23-24, the New York City area was hit by a storm named Jonas, which brought upward of two feet of snow. This past week, Aqueduct was hit by a storm named Rudy, as in trainer Rudy Rodriguez.
As the distances get longer, trainer Marialice Coffey believes Flora Dora will get better. Coffey felt Flora Dora's one-length victory in Sunday's $100,000 Busanda Stakes was a good start for what she hopes turns into a trip to the Kentucky Oaks in May.
It was a good news-bad news-good news kind of weekend for trainer Chad Brown as far as his 3-year-olds were concerned. Winning performances by Shagaf at Gulfstream Park on Friday and My Man Sam at Aqueduct on Sunday sandwiched the fourth-place finish ...
What a View earned $137,500 for his victory in the California Cup Turf Classic, more than recouping the supplemental investment made by owners Sal and Patsy Berumen, Rob Riggio, and the family of the late Bud Johnston. What a View won his first stakes ...
Last week we read that “Business is Booming” at the Meadowlands and it was great to hear. January, which concluded for the track on Saturday night, proved itself to be a solid month with handles in the $3 million range with regularity. What’s ...
Aqueduct, Storm Cell, Here Comes Rosie, Surprise Cameo
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Tuesday Afternoon 2/2 card at Yonkers Raceway.
MOHAYMEN picked right up at 3 where he left off at 2, with another victory, this perhaps the most impressive of his four-race career. He is clearly the top-ranked Kentucky Derby prospect on the East Coast, and until male 2-year-old champion Nyquist ...
It turns out that an old horse can learn new tricks – in this case, winning on dirt.
Parx Racing has moved back the beginning of its 2016 meet from Feb. 13 to Feb. 20 because the installation of a new safety rail has taken longer than expected and delayed the reopening of the track for training.