Aqueduct

TODAY January 28, 2015
Two things have happened since the $125,000 Rego Park Stakes was originally drawn that have trainer Rick Violette feeling even better about his chances with Deficit Hawk going into Friday’s rescheduled stakes at Aqueduct.
After Good Luck Gus won the Damon Runyon Stakes for New York-breds on Dec. 14, part-owner Michael Dubb said he would like to give the colt a chance in an open-company stakes for 3-year-olds early in 2015.
Belle Gallantey, a dual Grade 1 winner in 2014, could decide her own future based on how she runs in Saturday’s $100,000 Ladies Handicap at Aqueduct.
Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin is changing paths to jump-start Mawthooq’s return to the Triple Crown trail.
YESTERDAY January 27, 2015
A winter storm that brought between 8 and 14 inches of snow to the New York metropolitan area before ending late Tuesday morning forced New York Racing Association officials to cancel Wednesday’s card at Aqueduct.
January 26, 2015
The New York Gaming Commission has completed an investigation into allegations made by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals against the trainer Steve Asmussen, officials of the commission said on Monday, with a report on the probe expected soon.
Thursday’s $69,000 second-level allowance sprint at Aqueduct for fillies and mares isn’t restricted to New York-breds. It just looks that way.
Dave Litfin's horses to watch at Aqueduct for the week of Jan. 26.
In the unlikely event there is live racing at Aqueduct Wednesday, Wavell Avenue will seek her fourth consecutive victory when she tops a field of six entered in a $69,000 second-level allowance race for fillies and mares going a mile over the inner track.
If there is racing at Aqueduct on Thursday, nearly one-fifth of the entrants will have to be scratched after the racing office misinterpreted a new rule instituted by management.