Barbara D. Livingston
Proctor's Ledge takes a three-quarter-length win in the Lake Placid Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday.
Proctor’s Ledge, rallying to a three-quarter-length decision over 9-5 favorite Uni in Saturday’s $300,000 Lake Placid Stakes, became the first 3-year-old filly to pull off the Lake George-Lake Placid sweep at Saratoga since Tenski accomplished the rare ...Full Story >>
YESTERDAY August 19, 2017
On this day – the most important day on the calendar in Saratoga for 3-year-old fillies – Elate was clearly best in the Grade 1, $600,000 Alabama Stakes.
It probably won’t hurt the feelings of the other six trainers in the race to learn that trainer Chad Brown plans to scratch morning-line favorite Going for Broke from Sunday’s $100,000 Summer Colony Stakes at Saratoga to run in next Saturday’s Grade 1 ...
While Chad Brown said he is leaning toward running Cloud Computing in next Saturday’s Travers Stakes, the trainer stopped short of committing the Preakness winner to the Grade 1, $1.25 million race at Saratoga.
August 18, 2017
While summertime in Saratoga is a busy stretch for New York’s equine population, Grade 1 winner The Cliff’s Edge is taking it easy nearby as a pensioner.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Saturday's card at Saratoga.
Trainer Rick Violette had planned to have a runner in Monday's $100,000 Evan Shipman Stakes at Saratoga. But Diversify wasn't the one he was planning on running.
Javier Castellano, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame two weeks ago, gave Flameaway a ride that demonstrated that prowess on Friday, handling the inexperienced juvenile patiently and then adroitly steering him around a tiring rival at the eighth ...
Seven weeks ago, Phi Beta Express was still a maiden, having lost the first three starts of his career, including a runner-up finish for maiden $50,000 claiming at Fair Grounds in January.
Following a lackluster work over the main track here one week prior, trainer Chad Summers needed to see more from Mind Your Biscuits before confirming him as a starter in next Saturday's Grade 1 Forego. And that's exactly what he got over the Oklahoma ...
After watching Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming and Curlin Stakes winner Outplay put in solid workouts Friday at Saratoga, trainer Todd Pletcher said both horses are prepared to run in the Grade 1 Travers Stakes on Aug. 26 if their owners so choose.