Chelsea Durand
Dylan Davis, the son of former jockey Robbie Davis, won six races on Sunday and three more on Monday, including the Hollie Hughes aboard My Boy Tate.
Th ex-jockey Robbie Davis lives vicariously through his children, Dylan, Jackie and Katie, who ride at different tracks in the Northeast. Sunday, Robbie Davis was living large as he watched Dylan make a bit of history of his own, winning six races at ...Full Story >>
February 10, 2018
A Different Style enjoyed an uncontested trip for seven furlongs under Kendrick Carmouche and galloped to a three-length victory in Saturday’s $150,000 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes at Aqueduct.
February 08, 2018
Holiday Disguise took advantage of a contested pace and rolled to a 3 1/4-length victory in the $100,000 Biogio’s Rose Stakes at Aqueduct on Thursday.
Jeter, the popular 9-year-old gelding named after popular New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, died this week, trainer Ed Barker said Thursday.
Securitiz, who rallied to win a third-level allowance race by a length going a one-turn mile at Aqueduct on Feb. 2, likely will make his next start in the $150,000 Stymie Stakes on March 10, trainer Jimmy Jerkens said.
February 07, 2018
Half-siblings Flash Trading and Not Taken have combined to win three of their last five starts and both seem headed for stakes action in their next starts, according to trainer John Terranova.
While trainer Mark Hennig is leaning toward putting Swale Stakes winner Strike Power in the Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park on March 3, Aqueduct's Gotham Stakes one week later is also on the table.
California Night was scratched from last Saturday's Grade 3 Withers Stakes where he would have been a longshot and was re-routed to this Saturday's $150,000 Jimmy Winkfield Stakes where he would appear to be a better fit.
February 04, 2018
Jockey Dylan Davis enjoyed his best day as a professional rider Sunday, winning five races from eight mounts on the nine-race Aqueduct card.
Trainer Todd Pletcher said Audible came out of his stunning, one-sided victory in Saturday’s Holy Bull in good order, but admitted even he was a little surprised at the ease of his rapidly improving 3-year-old's win in the Grade 2, Kentucky Derby prep.
Jockey Joe Bravo said Avery Island is a physically talented colt who still has more to learn. Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said he may give Avery Island two more starts to get the education necessary for the Kentucky Derby.