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The Chart Caller's Art

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Bridle Wear

Jeff Rosen of East Meadow, NY said “the lines for the tee-shirts were six furlongs long.” NYRA should go into the apparel business, if the deal for the Aqueduct casino doesn’t happen. An editorial in The... Read More

No Banjo on Rachel's Knee

Jess Jackson has made his first decision: No Alabama for Rachel Alexandra. So what, you might say. That wasn't the place to run her anyway. Well, I believe that's just where she should have run. Yes, I... Read More


By Steve Zorn The Breeders' Cup is over. So let's get on to the important stuff. Which is that racing returns to Aqueduct on Wednesday. Well, OK, perhaps Aqueduct isn't the center of the racing world any... Read More

View From the Verrazano

Driving over the Verrazano Bridge into Brooklyn on the morning of Sept. 15, it was apparent why the New York Racing Association decided at the last minute to cancel racing until Sept. 19. Any thoughts... Read More

Closing Out

Six television cameras, lined up in a row like the cannons at Fort Ticonderoga, were pointed at NYRA's communications director John Lee as he began an 11:00 am press gathering in the Saratoga winner's... Read More

Policy Play - by Dan Liebman

The Breeders’ Cup took important steps last week to help ensure the integrity of its races, while at the same time prodding those states not already on board to hurry and establish steroid policies for... Read More

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