NEW YORK (AP) Isabelle won for the third straight race, rallying to beat Atlantic's Smile by 1 1-4 lengths Saturday in the $100,000 Broadway Stakes as light snow fell at Aqueduct.
It might have been the last racing of the weekend. The New York Racing Association canceled Sunday's card in anticipation of harsh winter weather. If conditions improve, Aqueduct will offer a holiday program Monday.
Isabelle has won five of eight races overall. Junior Alvarado was aboard for Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott as the 4-year-old ran the six furlongs in 1:12.23 in the stakes for older New York-bred filly and mare sprinters.
Isabelle was fifth early on but kicked home down the center of the track to catch the pacesetting Atlantic's Smile.
The winner paid $6.10, $3.90 and $2.80. Trainer Charlton Baker sent out the second and third finishers, with Atlantic returning $4.60 and $3.50 and Make the Moment showing at $4.50.