SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. &ndash; Charles Lopresti has been training horses since 1994, but has never run a horse at Saratoga, nor has he run in a Grade 1 stakes. Both of those streaks will come to an end Saturday when he sends out Here Comes Ben in the Grade 1, $250,000 Forego Stakes going seven furlongs over Saratoga&rsquo;s main track.\r\nHere Comes Ben, a 4-year-old son of Street Cry, brings a three-race winning streak into the Forego, having won a second-level allowance race at Keeneland in April, a third-level allowance at Churchill in May, and the Kelly&rsquo;s Landing Stakes at Churchill in June.\r\nHere Comes Ben won the Kelly&rsquo;s Landing by only a neck, but Lopresti said that race was run late on a Friday night under the lights and jockey Alex Solis told him the horse was half asleep\r\n&ldquo;He said the thing that impressed him was when he did pick him up and ask him to run he still kicked on,&rdquo; Lopresti said. &ldquo;He only ran the last three-eighths of a mile. He was just galloping down the backside. Admittedly, this is a lot tougher bunch of horses he&rsquo;s going to run against. We are realistic about that.&rdquo;\r\nThe Forego is expected to draw Grade 1 winners Vineyard Haven, Warrior&rsquo;s Reward, and Bribon as well as the likes of Big Drama, Girolamo, Starforaday, and You and I Forever.\r\nHere Comes Ben has been here for two weeks and has breezed twice over the main track, including a half-mile move in 48.32 seconds Tuesday morning under Solis.\r\n&ldquo;He come back he wasn&rsquo;t even blowing,&rdquo; Lopresti said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s a very unconcerned kind of horse; he&rsquo;s easy to be around. That&rsquo;s the way he is when he runs. He comes back and he walks around like he hasn&rsquo;t even run.&rdquo;\r\nCharitable Man, who is listed as a possible starter for the Forego, worked four furlongs in 47.55 seconds over the main track on Tuesday.