SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. &ndash; Timothy Snyder and his one-horse road show brought down the house Friday at Saratoga.\r\nLisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap, the only horse in Snyder&rsquo;s stable, rallied from last under Kent Desormeaux to dominate the $70,000 Loudonville Stakes by six lengths over Nonna Mia. Snyder had purchased Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap privately during the winter for $4,500 from the breeder of the filly who thought she couldn&rsquo;t run. By comparison, the other four runners in the Loudonville field sold for a combined $900,000 at auction.\r\n&ldquo;There&rsquo;s always a chance to win anywhere if you got the right package,&rdquo; said Snyder, who is the owner and trainer of Lisa&rsquo;s Bobby Trap. &ldquo;I had a lot of fans supporting me here, it was really good.&rdquo;\r\nThe support came from the crowd at Saratoga, which read about Snyder and his filly in the local papers. Snyder, with only $2,000 to his name, bought the Florida-bred daughter of Drewman for $4,500 and told the breeder that he would give him the rest of the money after she won a race. Snyder named the filly after his wife, Lisa, who in 2003 died of ovarian cancer, as well as a gentlemen&rsquo;s club that he frequented in Florida.\r\nSnyder believes his wife&rsquo;s presence exists in Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap, who won her first three races by a combined 36 1/2 lengths at Finger Lakes.\r\n&ldquo;I was thinking of her all day,&rdquo; Snyder said of his wife.\r\nPrior to the Loudonville, Snyder had been offered as much as $500,000 for Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap, but he refused to sell. He remains firm in that stance.\r\n&ldquo;I just couldn&rsquo;t sell her, never happen,&rdquo; Snyder said.\r\nAfter winning her first three starts on the lead, Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap was last and wide early under Kent Desormeaux before launching a four-wide bid on the turn in the Loudonville. She took control outside the eighth pole and bounded home the easiest of winners in 1:09.64 for six furlongs. She returned $5 as the favorite.\r\nAsked to describe his emotions after the race, Snyder said, &ldquo;I can&rsquo;t. I never had them like this. I&rsquo;m shaking inside.&rdquo;\r\nSnyder and his $4,500 horse will remain in Saratoga and point to the Grade 3, $100,000 Victory Ride at six furlongs on dirt on Aug. 28 or the Grade 2, $150,000 Lake Placid Stakes at 1 1/8 miles on the turf on Aug. 22.