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Jacobson Wants to Find Another Saratoga Race for Saginaw

Saginaw 615 X 400
Photo: NYRA / Adam Coglianese

Win machine Saginaw came out of his title defense in the $100,000 John Morrissey in good shape, according to trainer David Jacobson, and may find another race toward the end of the Saratoga meet.

 

The 7-year-old gelding, owned by Jacobson with Drawing Away Stable, picked up his fifth straight victory in the Morrissey on Thursday and now is 21 for 40 in his career, becoming one of the most popular New York-breds on the NYRA racing circuit.

 

"He's got a little wear and tear, but nothing he's not used to overcoming," Jacobson said outside his Clare Court barn Friday morning. "Being here in Saratoga will make it that much easier. Saginaw will let us know [when to run him next]."

 

Jacobson said the primary goal for Saginaw will be the $150,000 Hudson at six furlongs, one of seven stakes races on New York Showcase Day, October 19 at Belmont Park.

 

 

 

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