Barbara D. Livingston
The inner track at Aqueduct will be removed and replaced with a second turf course.
The New York Racing Association will remove the inner track at Aqueduct and replace it with a second turf course. Further, the main dirt track will be renovated to allow winter racing on it.Full Story >>
April 03, 2014
Owners, trainers, breeders, and fans all dream of seeing a young racehorse start his career so brilliantly that his potential appears limitless. There haven’t been many such Thoroughbred stars in the United States in recent years, but an ...
March 20, 2014
With Aqueduct and Genting Resorts World casino co-existing uneasily and the NYRA Reorganization Board seemingly stuck in place, New York racing is mired in problems that should be in the past.
February 27, 2014
For more than 40 years the Gotham Stakes had a safe and secure home as a one-turn mile over the Aqueduct main track on a date not normally associated with snowfall. Nowadays, the Gotham is run over a “winterized” track and rarely has an impact on the ...