It used to be that the first floor of the Aqueduct grandstand was one of the most undesirable places to be in the city. Or virtually anywhere else for that matter. But now that it's mostly closed, it can actually be a respite from the crowded clubhouse on the rare days that it's partially opened. Of course....
Most of the grandstand remains closed.
The Big A paddock.
All lenses were on Nobiz Like Shobiz.
Nobiz Like Shobiz.
Some of the biggest excitement took place at hourly raffles held by New York State Lottery. I guess the Lottery folks were taking a little time off from trying to get that racino approved.
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Posted by alan at 11:17 AM