Aqueduct

YESTERDAY October 29, 2014
Seven fillies and mares go in the Day 2 feature, a $69,000 optional claimer with second-level allowance conditions that goes as race 7.
The nine-race card at Aqueduct on Friday includes a second-level optional claimer at a mile that will match three promising 3-year-olds, Mosler, Vinceremos, and Misconnect.
October 28, 2014
There’s a chill in the air, and daylight-saving time is coming to an end, which, of course, means this is the time of year racing fans have anticipated for months. Yes, trick or treat, it’s time for Aqueduct, where racing on the New York Racing ...
There is no shortage of speed in Thursday’s feature, a $69,000 optional claimer with second-level allowance conditions which is carded as the seventh of eight races.
October 27, 2014
At one point, trainer Shug McGaughey had thought about bringing Honor Code, last year’s Grade 2 Remsen winner, back in Saturday's $200,000, Grade 3 Discovery at Aqueduct. But he changed his mind weeks ago, not even nominating the ridgling to the race.
Rajiv Maragh, who broke his arm when he was unseated from Wicked Strong during the Jockey Club Gold Cup on Sept. 27 at Belmont, likely will not return to race-riding until early December at Gulfstream Park.
Irad Ortiz Jr. followed his four-win Saturday by winning the first three races on Sunday’s card and capturing his first Belmont fall riding title with 46 victories, three more than Javier Castellano.
East Hall, winner of the Grade 2 Indiana Derby in his last start, will not be coming to New York as planned for Saturday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Discovery Handicap at Aqueduct, trainer Bill Kaplan said Monday.
The long-term future of Aqueduct is uncertain, one likely to be determined a year from now by a governor who has already expressed an interest in finding another use for the part of the 210-acre property that isn’t occupied by Resorts World New York, ...
September 22, 2014
Topped by the Grade 1 Cigar Mile, Aqueduct will offer 24 stakes worth $4.9 million during its upcoming fall meet, which begins on Oct. 29 and runs through Dec. 31, the New York Racing Association announced over the weekend.