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The 3-year-old filly Wilburnmoney, with Angel Arroyo, wins the Franklin Square by two lengths.
Racing last month in an allowance at Aqueduct, the filly Wilburnmoney broke last of nine, and though she kicked into gear late, her early deficit proved insurmountable and she settled for third. Sunday’s $100,000 Franklin Square Stakes for New ...Full Story >>
February 16, 2017
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona provides his Highlight Horse for Thursday's card at Aqueduct.
February 15, 2017
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Thursday at Aqueduct.
King Kranz won the Lost in the Fog Stakes for trainer John Terranova in 2016, and Caledonian won the Lost in the Fog for him this year. King Kranz makes his next start in an allowance race Friday at Aqueduct. Caledonian is expected to make his next ...
Paulassilverlining, an Eclipse Award finalist in the female sprint division, was back on the work tab Wednesday morning, but it remains to be seen when she will return to the races.
Hoping to get at least one more victory on her résumé before perhaps being retired, Hot City Girl drops back in with New York-breds when she heads a field of eight entered Wednesday for Saturday's $100,000 Broadway Stakes at Aqueduct.
Sassicaia, winner of the Grade 3 Toboggan in 2016 when last seen on the inner track, and consistent veterans Chief Lion and Life in Shambles comprise half of the six-horse field Friday at Aqueduct in a $78,000, third-level allowance race that also is ...
February 13, 2017
Edward DeLauro has noticed several differences between training Thoroughbreds and training Standardbreds. One similarity between training the two breeds is it's good to have a fast horse in the right race, and DeLauro appears to have Chorus Line ...
There were two racing-related fatalities Sunday at Aqueduct. Frat Star, a 4-year-old colt, and Regulus, an 8-year-old gelding, both had to be euthanized on the track after incidents in back-to-back races over a sealed, sloppy inner track.
David Jacobson's three-win afternoon Sunday at Aqueduct was reminiscent of a time not too long ago when that was not an uncommon occurrence.
It's been a relatively quiet winter in New York for trainer Chad Brown, with his stable having made just 15 starts and winning five races since Dec. 7. On Saturday, however, Brown's barn made some noise by sending out Cloud Computing to a good-looking ...