TODAY July 28, 2016
Kiaran McLaughlin has enjoyed a sensational start to this Saratoga meet and he hasn't been brought out his heavily artillery yet.That happens Saturday when McLaughlin sends out one-time 3-year-old division leader Mohaymen against Belmont Stakes winner ...
King Kranz is the most accomplished of the eight 3-year-olds entered for Saturday's Grade 2 Amsterdam at Saratoga. But he's also been 12 weeks idle going into the race, which could leave him vulnerable as one of the favorites in the six-furlong dash ...
On Saturday, Navarro will send a formidable trio of speedsters – Catalina Red, Delta Bluesman, and Chublicious – from his Monmouth Park base to Saratoga for the Grade 1 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap.
I settled on Destin as my play in the Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga – believing he will probably be the second betting choice – but in my mind, he is the most likely winner.
In the Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga, I like Mohaymen, who has been pointing to a Saratoga run for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, winner with six of his first eight starters at the meet, ever since his good fourth in the Kentucky Derby.
YESTERDAY July 27, 2016
Haveyougoneaway was so dominant against New York-bred company last time that her trainer, Tom Morley, thought now was the time to try the 5-year-old mare in a graded stakes. Morley was rewarded for his confidence as Haveyougoneaway, under Kendrick ...
Trainer Todd Pletcher opted to sit out the Belmont Sprint with Anchor Down after the Metropolitan Mile runner-up drew the rail. Now, Pletcher is faced with a similar dilemma after Anchor Down again pulled post 1 for Saturday's Grade 1 Vanderbilt.
The talented 3-year-old Stradivari underwent surgery Tuesday to repair the fractured right front ankle he suffered during training here last week.
Bill Mott has won at least one race at Saratoga on his birthday in 15 of the last 20 years that racing was conducted on the day. Mott, who went winless with his only starter last year on his birthday, sends out two runners on his 63rd birthday Friday.
Flintshire, dominant winner of the Grade 1 Manhattan on Belmont Stakes Day, will meet four rivals when he makes his second start for trainer Chad Brown in Saturday's Grade 2, $250,000 Bowling Green Stakes at 1 3/8 miles on the turf.