SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. &ndash; Round 7 of the best rivalry in horse racing could be held at Saratoga &ndash; if the price is right.\r\nOne day after pouring cold water on a potential rematch with Delaware Handicap winner Blind Luck in the Grade 1, $300,000 Personal Ensign at Saratoga on Aug. 28, Rick Porter, the owner of Delaware Handicap runner-up Havre de Grace, said he would reconsider if the New York Racing Association were to double the purse of the race to $600,000.\r\n&ldquo;Double the pot and it&rsquo;s game on,&rdquo; Porter told Daily Racing Form by phone Tuesday.\r\nOn Monday, Porter said that he and trainer Larry Jones were strongly considering running Havre de Grace against males in the Grade 1, $750,000 Woodward Stakes here on Sept. 3. The Woodward, run at 1 1/8 miles, is run six days after the Personal Ensign, a race Jerry Hollendorfer, trainer and part-owner of Blind Luck, said is the most likely next start for his filly. Blind Luck on Tuesday shipped back to Hollendorfer&rsquo;s barn at Del Mar.\r\nBlind Luck and Havre de Grace have developed quite the rivalry over the last year. Blind Luck has beaten Havre de Grace three times including a neck victory in the Alabama here last summer as well as the Delaware Oaks and last Saturday&rsquo;s Delaware Handicap, in which Blind Luck got up by a nose.\r\nHavre de Grace beat Blind Luck in the Cotillion last year and the Grade 3 Azeri this year. In last year&rsquo;s Breeders&rsquo; Cup Ladies&rsquo; Classic, Blind Luck finished second, and Havre de Grace third behind Unrivaled Belle.\r\nOn Tuesday &ndash; three days before the Saratoga meet was to open &ndash; New York Racing Association officials were non-committal as whether they would entertain the notion of raising the purse of the Personal Ensign. NYRA president and CEO Charles Hayward did admit that &ldquo;it would be much more compelling for the two fillies to run against each other,&rdquo; than to perform here in separate races.\r\nIn 2009, NYRA raised the pot of the Woodward from $500,000 to $750,000 to attract Rachel Alexandra, who rewarded that decision with a roof-raising victory in that race.