Beer: Aqueduct horses to watch for week of Dec. 11, 2017Full Story >>
December 03, 2017
Catholic Boy came out of his 4 3/4-length victory in Saturday’s Grade 2 Remsen Stakes in good order and will get a little freshening at Bridlewood Farm in Ocala, Fla., as his connections consider what road to take to a potential start in the Kentucky ...
After dominating Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct, Sharp Azteca will return to south Florida this week and will most likely make his next start in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park on Jan. 27, trainer Jorge Navarro said Sunday.
To afford a full four-week gap between the Breeders’ Cup and the stakes that mark New York’s last truly big racing weekend until the spring, the New York Racing Association chose this year to move Aqueduct’s Cigar Mile, Remsen, and Demoiselle out of ...
December 02, 2017
Sharp Azteca proved he could run just as well from off the pace as he has when he’s on it as he rallied from third to dominate Saturday’s Grade 1, $750,000 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct
The horses had barely cooled out from the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf on Nov. 3 at Del Mar and trainer Jonathan Thomas began thinking about running Catholic Boy, a close fourth in that race, in the Grade 2 Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct.
Wonder Gadot made the most of a second chance on dirt, sitting close to a soft early pace then finishing with a flourish to win the Grade 2, $250,000 Demoiselle Stakes by 3 3/4 lengths on Saturday at Aqueduct.
A beaten favorite in the Pumpkin Pie Stakes here four weeks ago, Indulgent rebounded at a big price Saturday, holding off Highway Star in the stretch to win the Grade 3, $200,000 Go for Wand Handicap by one length at Aqueduct.
December 01, 2017
Trainer Chad Brown swept the final two graded stakes run at the Del Mar fall meeting. Now, he is eyeing several graded events at Santa Anita when that Southern California track opens on Dec. 26.
Cloud Computing, the Preakness winner who was sidelined following the Travers in August with a chip in an ankle, has recently rejoined trainer Chad Brown's stable at the Palm Meadows training center in Florida.
The 2-year-old Septimius Severus, who won his career debut by a nose at Aqueduct on Nov. 24, has been purchased privately by a group including West Point Thoroughbreds.