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Can You Diggit has lost seven consecutive races since this allowance win last May at Belmont Park but has not finished worse than fourth during that skid.
Can You Diggit finished 2 1/2 lengths clear of Uncle Sigh when the two ran second and fourth in the $100,000 Haynesfield Stakes here on March 17. There are reasons to believe that Uncle Sigh can turn the tables on Can You Diggit when the two head a ...Full Story >>
January 18, 2018
The $100,000 Busanda Stakes for 3-year-old fillies, a race that offered qualifying points to the May 4 Kentucky Oaks, only drew four entrants and was not carded for Sunday as scheduled.
Divine Miss Grey, dominant winner of Monday's $100,000 Interborough Stakes at Aqueduct, will point to the Grade 2, $300,000 Barbara Fritchie Handicap at Laurel Park on Feb. 17, trainer Danny Gargan said Thursday.
The extremely well-bred Sherini will try to join a long list of stakes-winning siblings when she runs in Sunday's $100,000 Ladies Stakes at Aqueduct.
January 17, 2018
The grass indeed proved greener for the New York Racing Association as the 2017 Aqueduct fall meet – the first in four decades with two turf courses – showed gains in all-sources handle compared with 2016.
January 15, 2018
In his second career start, Empire Line showed some toughness to go along with his talent, fending off a late challenge from the stakes-winning Evaluator to win Monday’s $100,000 Damon Runyon Stakes by a nose at Aqueduct.
Divine Miss Grey completed a 10-month ascension from low-level claiming horse to stakes winner Monday with an authoritative 3 1/4-length victory in the $100,000 Interborough Stakes at Aqueduct.
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New York racing officials and horsemen are hopeful that a quarantine placed on a Belmont Park barn on Jan. 10 will be lifted later this week.
There is a void of older male stakes horses on the grounds, evidenced by the fact only six horses were entered Monday for Saturday's $100,000 Jazil Stakes and the Alex M. Robb, a race for New York-breds, has not been able to fill for two straight days.
English Soul, the 2 3/4-length winner of Sunday's East View Stakes for New York-bred fillies, will likely make her next start in the $200,000 Busher Stakes on March 3, trainer Ray Handal said.