SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. &ndash; For Mike Repole, it&rsquo;s one goal down, one to go.\r\nAfter going winless with 36 runners at Saratoga in 2009, it was Repole&rsquo;s mission to be leading owner at this year&rsquo;s meet. Entering the final three days of the season, Repole had the owners&rsquo; title wrapped up with 13 winners from 44 starters. The second-leading owner is Gary and Mary West with seven winners.\r\n&ldquo;I wish I could tell you that my expectations were not to be leading owner this year, but for the last 11 months the embarrassment of going 0 for 36, I didn&rsquo;t want to come in here and win three races,&rdquo; Repole said Friday morning. &ldquo;I wanted to come in here and win the title; I&rsquo;m not going to lie to you. It was no doubt a goal.&rdquo;\r\nRepole&rsquo;s new goal is to win a graded stakes race, something he has yet to do in his tenure as owner. He has started horses in 22 graded events with 4 seconds and 7 thirds.\r\nHe will have a couple of opportunities to get that first graded win. On Sunday, he sends out Sky Hosoya and Stopspendingmaria in the Grade 1 Spinaway for juvenile fillies. On Monday, he sends out Stay Thirsty in the Grade 1 Hopeful for juvenile colts.\r\nSky Hosoya could be part of the pace that could help set things up for Stopspendingmaria, who comes off a second-place finish in the Grade 3 Schuylerville on opening day, a race run in the mud.\r\nStay Thirsty is one of several 2-year-old colts Repole hopes can take him to the Kentucky Derby next year. Uncle Mo, the most impressive maiden winner of this meet, is another.\r\nRepole spent $500,000 on Stay Thirsty, a half-brother to Belmont Stakes runner-up Andromeda&rsquo;s Hero by Preakness winner Bernardini. He ran second in his first start going 5 1/2 furlongs before winning a six-furlong maiden race by 5 1/2 lengths, running six furlongs in 1:11.01.\r\n&ldquo;If you would have told me a horse who&rsquo;s bred for a mile and a quarter to a mile and a half is going to run this good at 5 1/2 furlongs in July and six furlongs in August I&rsquo;d tell you you&rsquo;ve got to be kidding me,&rdquo; Repole said. &ldquo;Every furlong this horse goes further in my opinion he&rsquo;s going to improve a couple of lengths.&rdquo;\r\nAs for Uncle Mo, Repole has turned down several substantial offers for the colt who won his debut by 14 1/4 lengths, earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 102, and is headed to the Grade 1 Champagne on Oct. 2.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve been in this game since I was 13 years old,&rdquo; Repole, 41, said. &ldquo;I&rsquo;ve dreamed of having a horse like this; why would I take the money now and buy 20 yearlings to get a horse like this? This is why I&rsquo;m in the game for horses like him and Stay Thirsty.&rdquo;\r\nSovereign Default out indefinitely\r\nSovereign Default, an impressive debut winner at Belmont in July, was forced to miss the Hopeful will be out indefinitely after sustaining an injury to a hind ankle, trainer Rick Violette said Friday.\r\n&ldquo;He has an issue with a hind ankle and at this stage we need to put on the brakes and do the right thing by the horse,&rdquo; Violette said. &ldquo;It doesn&rsquo;t require surgery, but obviously he&rsquo;s not 100 percent.&rdquo;\r\nSovereign Default won a 5 1/2-furlong maiden race at Belmont by two lengths over Stay Thirsty. Sovereign Default earned a 94 Beyer Speed figure for the effort.\r\nViolette said it has not yet been determined if Sovereign Default could make it back to the races this year.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s too early to tell,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ll be conservative on this end to give us an opportunity to have something on the other end.&rsquo;&rdquo;\r\nSovereign Default is owned by Seth Klarman&rsquo;s Klaravich Stable and William Lawrence. He was purchased for $95,000 at the Keeneland yearling auction.\r\nForever Together heads Glens Falls\r\nForever Together, the champion female turf horse of 2009, heads a field of nine entered for Monday&rsquo;s Grade 3, $100,000 Glens Falls Stakes. It will be her first race at 1 3/8 miles, the distance of this year&rsquo;s Breeders&rsquo; Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Churchill Downs. The previous two years, the Breeders&rsquo; Cup was run at 1 1/4 miles.\r\n&ldquo;I thought it would be good for her to have a race going a mile and three eighths, she&rsquo;s never been more than a mile and a quarter,&rdquo; trainer Jonathan Sheppard said. &ldquo;It seems like everything fell into place. With it not being a Grade 1 stakes it might be a little easier competition. It would certainly be nice to get into the win column.&rdquo;\r\nForever Together has not won since taking the Grade 1 Diana in 2009. She has run six times since, finishing second and third in six graded stakes since, including getting beat a head when third in this year&rsquo;s Diana.\r\nOn Friday, Forever Together worked five furlongs in 1:00.68 over Saratoga&rsquo;s main track, with a final quarter in 23.60 seconds. Sheppard said he did not want to work over the Oklahoma turf course because he thought it was too hard.\r\n&ldquo;She got quite a good blow out of it,&rdquo; Sheppard said. &ldquo;We were happy about it.&rdquo;\r\nIn the Glens Falls, Forever Together will break from post 9 under Julien Leparoux.\r\nCasablanca Smile and Liberally, who finished second and third, respectively, in the Waya Stakes going 1 1/2 miles here on Aug. 9, head the list of challengers.\r\nOthers entered include Kiawah Cat, Keertana, Go Ask Alex, Sweet and Flawless, Beauty O&rsquo;Gwaun, and Striking Dancer, who was supplemented to the field.\r\nWinchester prepares for Bowling Green\r\nWinchester, the Grade 1 Manhattan winner, worked five furlongs in 1:02 over the Oklahoma turf course on Friday. He will most likely make his next start in the Grade 2, $150,000 Bowling Green Handicap on opening day at Belmont, Sept. 11.\r\nWinchester has not run since finishing third to Chinchon in the Grade 1 United Nations at Monmouth on July 3.\r\n&ldquo;The horse has been working very willingly,&rdquo; trainer Christophe Clement said. &ldquo;I&rsquo;m very happy with him.&rdquo;\r\nEntries for Belmont&rsquo;s opening-day card will be taken on Wednesday. Others expected to run include Al Khali, Coolcullen Times, Dry Martini, Grand Couturier, Interpatation, Jeune &ndash;Turc, Simmard, and Strike a Deal.