Saratoga

YESTERDAY July 23, 2014
Under a superb ground-saving ride by Alan Garcia, Daring Dancer ran down A Little Bit Sassy in the final stride to win the Grade 2 Lake George by a short head Wednesday at Saratoga.
When Jonathan Sheppard sent out the first two finishers in last year’s Jonathan Kiser, it marked the 45th consecutive year the Hall of Fame trainer has saddled at least one winner at Saratoga.
Noble Moon, unraced since finishing sixth in the Grade 1 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct in April, was one of nine 3-year-olds entered in Saturday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Amsterdam Stakes at 6 1/2 furlongs.
So far, Life in Shambles has done his best work in the mornings, routinely working on even terms with Tonalist, who last month won the Belmont Stakes. On Friday, Life in Shambles will make his third attempt at achieving stakes success of his own when ...
Trainer Nick Zito got the meet off to a good start Monday, saddling back-to-back winners Another Incident and Tony B. He’s hoping his good fortune will continue here Friday, when he sends out his Grade 2 winner, Spot, in the wide-open Curlin.

The well-traveled Prayer for Relief, who finished third in the Grade 2 Suburban Handicap when taking his game to New York for the first time on Belmont Stakes Day, will take on an even tougher assignment when wheeling back in the Grade 1 Whitney ...
The colorful strips of tape Wise Dan wore on his hindquarters during training hours both Tuesday and Wednesday morning may have looked alarming but were no cause for concern to the man they would matter to most, the two-time reigning Horse of the ...
DRF handicapper Dave Litfin takes a close look at Wednesday's card at Saratoga.
In the end, the allure of a $600,000 purse was too enticing for the connections of Commanding Curve to pass up.
Wednesday’s featured Grade 2 Lake George drew a nice field of 3-year-old turf fillies but ultimately is all about Daring Dancer.