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Charitable Man Returns to the Spa

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Charitable Man, second in an optional claimer at Delaware Park on August 2 in his 2010 debut, breezed five furlongs over Saratoga’s main track Saturday morning for trainer Tony Dutrow.

 

NYRA clockers caught the 4-year-old colt, owned by William K. Warren, in 1:01.05.

 

“[Former trainer] Kiaran McLaughlin told me he really likes Saratoga, so we brought him up here,” said Dutrow of the colt, who had not run since last year’s Travers. “We’re getting a feel for him up here. He went very, very well today.”

 

Dutrow said he has no plans for Charitable Man, who won last year’s Grade 2 Peter Pan and then finished fourth in the Belmont Stakes, third in the Jim Dandy, and then fourth in the Travers.

 

“Right now, we’re just watching him and getting a feel for him,” said the trainer. “That’s what we are experiencing right now.”

 

 

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