The New York Racing Association has an entire section on Aqueduct Racetrack on their website that, as of July 2015, features information on race results, track records, schedules and broadcasting information. It also includes information on how to get to Aqueduct and attend races.Continue Reading
NYRA also provides full racing information, including statistics on horses, owners, trainers and jockeys who have raced or will be racing at Aqueduct. On race days (which typically run from January through April), NYRA gives reports on track conditions, weather and any changes or scratches in the races, along with a link to listen to races.
At the conclusion of each race, NYRA also provides a service called Trakus, which shows what position each horse was in at the start of the race and at quarter mile increments during the race. NYRA also has replays of every race available on their website, as well as a section called "Stewards' Corner," where race officials can explain any decisions they had to make.
During the offseason, NYRA provides daily information on workout results for horses, including their best times on the track, track conditions and other notes.
As for the track itself, NYRA provides a full history of Aqueduct, a listing of guest services, dining options and a map of the track.Learn more about Contests & Gambling