Sunday’s featured race at Saratoga is the Alydar Stakes, and the likely favorite Endorsed looms squarely as the horse to beat.
Five graded stakes, including a trio of Grade I events, highlights a star studded Saturday program at Saratoga.
Friday’s featured Saratoga Special (G2) includes a trio of colts I’m very familiar with from their runs in the Blue Grass State.
Thursday’s featured race at Saratoga is the New York Stallion Series for 3-year-olds on turf, and the Kentucky invader Jolting Joe looms as the horse to beat. As the racing analyst at…
The featured ninth race on Wednesday’s Saratoga card is a second-level optional claiming allowance on turf. In a compact field of six, Chad Brown saddles the two likely favorites in She’s Got…
Sunday’s featured race at Saratoga is the $100,000 Birdstone S. over 1 3/4 miles on dirt. Moretti, who takes the blinkers off for Todd Pletcher, looms as the horse to beat.
Led by Midnight Bisou in the Personal Ensign (G1) and Tom d’Etat in the Whitney (G1), there is lots of star power on Saturday’s Saratoga program.
The featured race on Friday is the Coronation Cup. There are a pair of Kentucky invaders entered and I’ve got a good line on both.
The Thursday Saratoga feature is the John Morrissey Handicap for New York-breds, where Funny Guy and Bankit are the deserving favorites.
The Chad Brown-trained Devamani is the defined favorite in Wednesday’s featured race on turf. He looms as the one to beat, but others intrigue, including Just Howard, who spent his spring in Louisville.
Sunday’s featured Bernard Baruch (G2) drew a compact field of just six, and of course Chad Brown has two of them in Good Governance (GB) and Olympico.
Off his WOW performance in the Aristides S. at Churchill, Volatile steps up to Grade 1 company in the Alfred G. Vanderbilt H. He’s squarely the horse to beat, but Lexitonian is…