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Watch for Fried at the Spa

One of the more interesting maidens expected to surface at Saratoga Race Course this summer is a son of Freud out of the mare Struckbylightning, named, appropriately enough, Fried (as in fried egg).

 

“His owner [Robert Jacoff] originally wanted to name him Nutz, but that was rejected, and he came up with Fried,” said trainer Richard Schosberg. “It’s a pretty clever name.”

 

Ironically, one of Schosberg’s main owners is Albert Fried, who campaigns, among others, Giant Moon.

 

“Some people thought he was named after Mr. Fried, but that’s not the case,” said the trainer.

 

 

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