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The Difference a Day Made

What a difference a day made. Saratoga Racecourse went from being wall-to-wall with fans on Saturday to being a barren oasis on Sunday. The exodus has begun. Starting Monday you’ll be able to see the horse... Read More

The Look of Leftovers

Suddenly, with the onset of Travers Week, the tone of the racecourse has shifted to horse racing. Saturday alone will feature four graded stakes. The horses that will race are among the best of their generations... Read More

Drinking It In

Are you among the one in a million people who believe that going to school would be something you’d like to do on your day off from work when you’re supposed to be having fun or relaxing? NYRA, in conjunction... Read More

NYRA Air

Frankel would have been the best horse to run at Saratoga today if NYRA had renewed its simulcasts of British racing. Officials are not to blame. Only a dozen or so fans used to show up to watch and wager... Read More

Keeneland on the Hudson

Some intern in the Governor’s office must have forgotten to remind officials of the New York Racing Association that Saratoga Racecourse was to open. Glitches occur on the first day of racing every summer... Read More

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