On where he might run next: "Maybe the Woodbine Mile is a possibility, but I haven't really thought about it. Long-term, our goal was the Breeders' Cup, but we're just happy to have this. We won the Woodbine Mile last year; I wouldn't mind winning it two
Daniel Muscutt (jockey, Fanciful Angel, 2nd): “We had a good spot on the rail and he cruised around. Got space at the right time, they were just one better at the end. I’m delighted.” Ryan Moore (jockey, Deauville, 3rd): “I think he ran a very good race.
"The horse went great," Brown said. "It was an easy half-mile, but he was moving very well. I'm very pleased with it. I just wanted to see how the horse was moving over this track because clearly he didn't run his race in the Jim Dandy, but it's a much di
“Back home he would go out for about an hour,” said Charlie Johnston, son of Middleham-based trainer Mark. “So it’s very similar to his routine there. He always travels well; he’s very relaxed about it.” The multiple Group II-winner traveled to France las
The popular multi-race wager was last solved July 27 for a $436,076.38 jackpot. The Rainbow 6 will span Races 7-12, including the $50,000 Trinniberg Handicap in Race 10. Jose Noda-Fernandez’s Very Very Stella, who finished third in the seven-furlong Smile
Saturday's Pick 6 starts with Race 6 at approximately 3:55 p.m.
The consolation payout on Thursday for five of six winners was $990.
Wagering on the Pick 6 is available is through NYRA Bets, on-track, at Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park, as well as
Always Dreaming, the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby winner, breezed for the first time since a third-place finish in the Grade 2 Jim Dandy on July 29 with Hall of Famer and regular jockey John Velazquez aboard. Outplay, coming off a win in the Curlin on July 28,
The popular multi-race wager has gone unsolved for eight straight programs after being hit for a $436,076.38 on July 27. Friday’s six-race Rainbow 6 sequence will span Races 4-9 on a program that is set for a 2:15 p.m. start. French Quarter Seeks Breakthr
"It was just a maintenance work," said trainer Ian Wilkes. "The horse is happy, he's doing well. We just wanted to let him stretch his legs. "I'm very pleased with how he's come out [of the Haskell]," he added. "From what I've seen, he hasn't left an oat.
Klaravich Stables' and William Lawrence's multiple graded stakes winner Practical Joke, who last out ran a respectable third in the Grade 1 Haskell at Monmouth Park on July 29, remained likely to return to one turn as scheduled for the Grade 1, $500,000 H