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What the Nation is saying about the Belmont Sprint Championship...

New York should be the racing circuit that shows that change is both important and necessary if racing is going to advance.Read More
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  • AndyScoggin · Mike in SB -- The big event at SAR is Travers Day amongst a lot of other great stakes races. Could the Spa handle another big event in July? · 60 days ago ·
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  • buckpasser · I personally like the schedule, especially with the number of races for four and up. Personally as to Saratoga, I would rather see the Woodward back at Belmont for the fall as it was before. If they want a race at a mile and a quarter for Saratoge, why not resurrect the Saratoga Cup. It was one of the storied races at the Spa years ago, and won by a veritable who's who in racing. · 60 days ago ·
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hey vodka k ,rudy won a G3 race at the spa today, it can't be that hot where you are that you missed it.you are always so complementary of him all the time.even when he is not winning. i figured you would be first on line to congratulate him. oh well,i guess i was wrong.
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  • rafirox · The trainer, jockey DO make a difference. However, the HORSE won the race, the trainer and jockey GUIDED him in the proper direction. Rudy winning a G3 race, and you taking a shot at vodkak for that, shows how little success Rudy (the drugger) has in this business. I'm glad my favorite filly since Novermber of 2012 (about?), My Happy Face, is in better hands of Chad Brown now. · 269 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · raf i give you the last word.i could care less about your posts and i hope you could care less about mine.the nice people of this site do not need to be subjected to bull shit between you and i. so you got in the last word.i will no longer respond to your posts and your tag team partner sullivan. if you do the same and not respond to me i will do the same.others come here for their pleasure.so i will not read your last post nor will i respond to it. oh, by the way vodka k. rudy appreciates your kind and pleasant congratulations.he says rabid fans like you is what really pushes him to succeed in this buisiness.now we all know i directed these to my imaginary friend rudy.so raf and sullivan,i would like to say it was fun .but it was not. so this is my last response to the 2 of you.if you are men you will abide.have a great day and AMEN TO THAT. · 269 days ago ·
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Sage Valley returned to his winning ways on opening day at Saratoga Race Course, rallying three wide through the stretch and going onto a one-length victory over Politicallycorrect in the Grade 3, $100,000 James Marvin, the first of 36 graded stakes at the historic track’s 150th anniversary meet. Read More
As usual, Saratoga is all set to begin with a bang.Read More
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  • rf0321 · A month of Christmas every summer. Good luck to all. · 270 days ago ·
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  • BrianZipse · Suddenly feeling a little queasy, a little feverish... don't think I can make it to work. In an unrelated note... I need a ride to Saratoga. · 270 days ago ·
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Saratoga Race Course opens for its 150th anniversary season Friday with a pair of stakes races highlighting two of the historic track’s long-standing traditions – 2-year-olds and classy sprinters.Read More
Trainer Tom Albertrani will be well-represented in the opening day stakes at Saratoga Race Course, with impressive maiden winner True Blue Nation pointing toward Friday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Schuylerville for 2-year-old fillies and Souper Speedy, declared the winner of the Jaipur on June 7, targeting ...Read More
In my opinion, there is one “utility player” currently in training today that stands head and shoulders above his peers. The only horse to win a graded stakes race at both six and nine furlongs in 2012 was Caixa Eletronica. Read More
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  • ashley.tamulonis · His Charles Town Classic win shocked me. When handicapping that race, I threw him out because I considered him to be more of a sprinter. Boy was I wrong! · 408 days ago ·
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  • Buckpasser · I've always liked this horse. We called them useful horses who raced a long time gave their all no matter what and many times if the circumstances were right could win the big one. Pity is that there are not enough of these guys racing. · 408 days ago ·
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Opening week at Saratoga and Del Mar brought out the stars and record crowds!Read More
  • AnnaK · Love the old green CHANGES board for the 8th RACE. Beautiful old thing, is that Del Mar? Great photos. · 630 days ago ·
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  • ruffian751 · That changes board is in the infield at Saratoga. · 629 days ago ·
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I want to do more than just a celebrate the opening day of the finest meet in American racing, I also want to clean up at the windows. Is that too much to ask? Bring on Saratoga 2012!Read More
Pacific Ocean grabbed the lead coming out of the gate and never looked back as he rolled to a 1 ¾-length victory over Golddigger’s Boy in Friday’s Grade 3, $100,000 James Marvin, the first stakes race as Saratoga Race Course opened its 40-day meet.Read More
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  • travel_vic · Last year JB closed easily on 44 flats. THis year in the last two it took him almost into the 46 range to do much....this one became ragged during the Belmont meeting and never has attained that kind of move since · 633 days ago ·
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  • buds · Zito is fine. He has probably more knowledge on horses than all of os put together, but certainly mote than forego139:-) It was Rosies fault jackson bend lost. He needs to be the leader in such a slow paced race, 48 1/5 (if i remember correctly), is way to slow for 7F. · 633 days ago ·
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Jackson Bend and Caixa Eletronica will clash in the James Marvin, while 2yo fillies look to tap into their vast potential in the Schuylerville...Read More
I don't like caixa electronica in this one.maybe in 6F's but 7 is too long
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  • cocoa2 · 7f is a whole new category, not just a distance between 6f and a mile. Takes a specialist, sprinters have trouble here and milers are caught off guard. · 636 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · Seven furlongs is why Dr. Wiliam Quirin dubbed it the "bastard" distance. Specialists reign supreme here. · 636 days ago ·
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Two of the most popular older horses on The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) circuit will star on Opening Day at Saratoga Race Course when Jackson Bend and Caixa Eletronica take on five other seasoned sprinters in Friday’s Grade 3, $100,000 James Marvin.Read More
Jackson Bend, who used last year’s James Marvin as a stepping stone to his victory in the Grade 1 Forego, will be looking for a repeat as he heads the list of probable starters for the Grade 3, $100,000 race on Friday, July 20, Opening Day at Saratoga Race Course.Read More
It's been a long time in coming for the little guy. Jackson Bend had not found himself in the winner's circle for the better part of two years...Read More
Hall of Fame trainer Nick Zito started his season off in a big way Friday at Saratoga Race Course, saddling Jackson Bend to an upset victory in the $75,000 James Marvin, the first of two stakes on opening day of the 143rd meet. The 4-year-old colt, winless since taking five straight at Calder in 200...Read More
The excitement can’t be matched in thoroughbred racing, save maybe the Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup.  The first of forty cards at Saratoga is on tap for this afternoon and if the first three cards give any indication, the racing this meet will be terrific.  Read More
  • MarkRodriquez · CHECK THIS OUT THESE POST TIMES: (eastern time) Calder race 5: 3:42; Ellis race 5: 3:42; Finger Lakes race 8: 3:43; Louisiana race 4: 3:43; Saratoga race 6: 3:46. Do the people in charge of these tracks know just how befuddled they leave the bettors? And wouldn't it be to THEIR advantage to go about 10 minutes before that group? · 998 days ago ·
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A pair of stakes races – the Grade 3, $100,000 Schuylerville for 2-year-old fillies and the $75,000 James Marvin for older sprinters – grace the opening-day card as the 143rd meet gets underway Friday at Saratoga Race Course.Read More
Vineyard Haven returned from a seven-month absence to post an emphatic victory in a deep renewal of the $75,000 James Marvin, the first stakes race of the 40-day meet at Saratoga Race Course.   Making his first start since finishing third in the Grade 1 Hill ‘n’ Dale Cigar Mile Handicap on Than...Read More

Race Results & Past Performances

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View DetailsView Video07/19/13Sar87 fD03+ MBelmont Sprint Championship-G3Sage ValleyPoliticallycorrectHello Lover1:22.49
View Details07/20/12Sar87 fD03+ MBelmont Sprint Championship-G3Pacific OceanGolddigger's BoyCrossbow1:22.53
View Details07/22/11Sar87 fD03+ MBelmont Sprint ChampionshipJackson BendHamazing DestinyEscrow Kid1:20.91
View DetailsView Video07/23/10Sar87 fD03+ MBelmont Sprint ChampionshipVineyard HavenHalf Metal JacketYou And I Forever1:22.30
View Details07/29/09Sar37 fD03+ MBelmont Sprint ChampionshipPyroFinallymadeitSilver Edition1:23.75