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Six to Compete in Saratoga Dew

A field of six New York-bred fillies and mares was entered for Monday’s $75,000 Saratoga Dew, with Spa City Princess and Bankers Buy toting high weight of 124 pounds for the 1 1/8-mile race. Trained by Pat Kelly, Spa City Princess was most recently seventh in the Irish Linnet on the turf, having entered that race off third-place finishes in the Grade 2 Shuvee and the Grade 3 Bed o’Roses.

The Saratoga Dew also drew D’Oratory, Go Unbridled and Beautiful Risk, the first three finishers in an optional claimer on August 7, and Mineralogist, the 2009 Maid of the Mist and Joseph A. Gimma winner who is seeking her first victory of 2011.

 

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