From the NYRA Media Team:

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced, as of January 1, Aqueduct Racetrack will be open to the public Wednesday through Sunday.

With on-track simulcasting closed on Monday and Tuesday at the Big A, racing fans will be able to access simulcasting and online wagering via NYRA Bets.

NYRA Bets offers horseplayers lucrative rewards, promotional offers on racetracks around the world, instant signup, free funding option, no wagering transactions fees, and three convenient ways to bet: download the NYRA Bets App, play online at NYRABets.com or on-track with a NYRA Bets card.

The 2019-20 winter meet at Aqueduct began on Thursday, December 12, and includes 45 stakes across 59 days of scheduled live racing.

January will feature 17 dates with live racing generally conducted Thursday through Sunday with the exception of New Year’s Day, a Wednesday card highlighted by the $150,000 Jerome for freshly minted 3-year-olds, as part of New York’s road to the Kentucky Derby. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday card is slated for Monday, January 20 and features the $100,000 Interborough for fillies and mares 4-years-old and up. There will be no live racing on Thursday, January 2, Friday, January 3 and Thursday, January 16.

For additional information, and the full Aqueduct stakes schedule, visit NYRA.com.

Live racing resumes on Saturday, December 28 at the Big A with a nine-race card highlighted by the $100,000 Alex M. Robb. First post is 12:30 p.m. Eastern.