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Can-Am Horse Racing Group     USA    New York    The Can-Am Horse Racing Group is a unique marketing partnership between Buffalo Raceway, Finger Lakes Race Track, Fort Erie Racetrack and Western Region Off-Track Betting. Our goal is to co-operatively promote horse racing in Western New York and Southern Ontario.

NYRA    New York     Aqueduct General Information  Admission   Gates Open - 11:00 a.m. (Exception - Thanksgiving Day - Gates Open at 9:00 a.m.)  Grandstand Admission - $1.00  Clubhouse Admission - $3.00  Skyline Club - $1.00 additional   Children Under 12 are Free  Parking  Gates Open - 11 a.m. (Exception - Thanksgiving Day - Gates open 9:00 a.m.)  General Parking - $1.00  Preferred Parking - $1.00 additional ($2.00 total)  Valet Parking - $4.00 additional ($5.00 total)  Handicapped parking available at clubhouse and grandstand  Courtesy Shuttle Bus service available from all general parking areas.  Customer Services  •Nikon Binocular Rental available - first floor clubhouse and grandstand •ATM Machines available on-track, second floor clubhouse, first floor grandstand. •Coat Check services available in clubhouse (Clubhouse Binoculars, Man o’War Room, Skyline Club) and grandstand (Grandstand Binoculars). •First Aid available on ground floor level of grandstand. •Lost and Found located in Security Office, north end of ground floor grandstand.  Racing Broadcast Information    "Thoroughbred Action" - can be seen on SportsChannel each racing day. Recaps the day's races from Aqueduct during a thirty minute program hosted by John Imbriale at 6:30 p.m.  "Inside Racing" - weekly telecast which can be seen on SportsChannel. Includes interviews, races from around the country and timely features hosted by John Imbriale on Tuesday evenings at 6:30.   Track Facts    Original Aqueduct opened on September 27, 1894 in Queens. In 1941 a new clubhouse and track offices were built. The New York Racing Association came into existence in 1955 as a non-dividend, tax-paying organization and purchased the assets of Belmont Park, Aqueduct, Jamaica and Saratoga tracks. The old Aqueduct was torn down in 1956 and the new "Big A" reopened in 1959. In 1975 the inner track was constructed, allowing for winter racing.  Main Course 1 1/8 Mile  Inner Dirt Course 1 Mile  Turf Course 7/8 Mile   Attendance Capacity 85,000-90,000  Parking Capacity 8,000 Cars  Trackside Dining 1,500  Total Seating Capacity 17,000

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