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Caledonian (inside) edges Even Thunder (6) to win the Jimmy Winkfield at Aqueduct on Monday.
What Monday’s Jimmy Winkfield at Aqueduct lacked in depth, having just five starters, it made up for with drama as Caledonian edged Even Thunder by a nose in a head-bobbing finish of gray 3-year-old sprinters. Full Story >>
February 18, 2017
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona provides his Highlight Horse for Saturday's card at Aqueduct.
February 17, 2017
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Saturday’s card at Aqueduct.
After an ill-fated attempt to stretch out in distance in the Mucho Macho Man Stakes at Gulfstream Park, Even Thunder is back sprinting and back in New York in Monday's $100,000 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes at Aqueduct.
Matrooh, winner of the Grade 3 Bold Ruler in the fall of 2015, returns from a 13-month layoff in a $78,000 allowance/optional claimer going a mile at Aqueduct.
While trainer Cal Lynch said he would like to wait until April 8 to run the El Areeb next – in either the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct or the Blue Grass at Keeneland – he did say Friday that the Grade 3 Gotham Stakes at Aqueduct on March 4 remains a ...
Trainer Tom Morley thought he had a nice spot picked out for Bluegrass Flag – a first-level allowance race for New York-breds. Unfortunately, a snowstorm prompted the cancellation of that day's Aqueduct card. Plan B became Sunday's $100,000 Franklin ...
February 16, 2017
The New York State Gaming Commission has refused to issue Jeffrey Englehart a license to train or own horses after Englehart tested positive for marijuana in a recent random drug test.
Unable to find an allowance race at Fair Grounds, trainer Jeremiah Englehart returned Moves Like Ali back to New York two weeks ago with the intention of running him in Monday's $100,000 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes. But Moves Like Ali got sick upon his ...
Haul Anchor, who won a pair of route stakes for New York-breds and who was being considered for the Grade 3, $300,000 Gotham on March 4, is sidelined for a few months due to a knee chip, trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said Thursday.
Despite racing eight fewer dates, the New York Racing Association in 2016 was down less than 1 percent in total handle on its races from the previous year, according to figures provided by the company on Wednesday.