07/25/2013 9:19AM

Saratoga Vulnerable Favorites, Live Longshots, and Spot Plays: July 26


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Saratoga Race 2, (1:32 ET)

REVEALING MOMENT (#5, 5-1) Unseen since off the board outing in subsequent key race won by 3yo filly division leader Princess of Sylmar; lures Castellano and think you’ll get every bit of the listed price. - Chuck Kuehhas

Saratoga Race 2, (1:32 ET)

I JUS WANA HAV FUN (#10, 7-2) After having a badly-needed start toward the end of the CD meet, this useful La-bred miss takes a daring drop for underrated conditioner while coming very favorably drawn to the outer while alluring Rosie. Stalk-and-see trip from right off some other early goers should have her poised to pounce at will. – Marty McGee

Saratoga Race 3, (2:04 ET)

KING OF BROADWAY (#2, 6-1) Put in a decent late run in that debut but a slow start left him with too much to do in that sprint; today's longer distance should agree with him, and trainer Bill Mott has good stats with 2nd-time starters stretching out on dirt (29% winners, $2.18 ROI over past five years, according to DRF Formulator). – Kenny Peck

Saratoga Race 3, (2:04 ET)

KING OF BROADWAY (#2, 6-1) Expecting improvement off even debut for trainer sporting strong numbers with second-out maidens going sprint-to-route on dirt (29%, $2.23 ROI over five year sample). – Mike Beer

Saratoga Race 8, (4:47 ET) - LIVE LONGSHOT

MIDNIGHT TABOO (#4, 6-1) Finished strongly after a traffic-filled stretch run in a muddy first-level allowance, before biting off more than he could chew in the Belmont Stakes. Freshened since then, he has more than held his own in the morning with Whitney-bound stablemate Cross Traffic. - Dave Litfin


Saratoga Race 5, (3:08 ET)

THE LADY SAYS YES (#1, 9-5) Closing filly will get there one of these days, but she has already been defeated as the favorite three times, and will remain a good horse to play against at short prices until she finally gets it done. - Mike Beer

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