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Saratoga Race Course: The Graveyard of Champions

Is a popular champion racing at Saratoga? You may be better off betting the long odds.

Horse racing is no stranger to upsets, but Saratoga has a peculiar reputation as the "Graveyard of Champions".

Four historic upsets have contributed to Saratoga's reputation as the course where champions go to lose. Even as recently as , Triple Crown winner American Pharoah raced at Saratoga and lost.

But does Saratoga truly deserve its reputation, or did the best horse win?

keen ice passing american pharoah at saratoga in

Pictured: Keen Ice upsetting American Pharoah at the Saratoga Race Course in

4 Historic Upsets at the Saratoga Race Course

Man o' War in

Man o' War, one of the greatest racehorses of all time, won 20 out of 21 races in his career. The one race he lost was at Saratoga.

A colt fittingly named Upset beat Man o' War In the Sanford Memorial Stakes at the Saratoga Race Course. Man o' War was never a Triple Crown winner because his owner decided not to enter him in the Derby, but the astounding thoroughbred won the Preakness and Belmont Stakes, even setting a world record.

Man o' War retired to stud in and - fun fact - was the grandsire of Seabiscuit.

Gallant Fox in

Ever wondered why we have the Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga? Well, the race is named for the horse that upset Gallant Fox in and earned Saratoga its nickname as the "Graveyard of Champions".

The second Triple Crown winner in history, Gallant Fox was expected to easily take the Travers Stakes in Jim Dandy, a outsider, defeated Gallant Fox and rival Whichone by three lengths. The muddy track was blamed for Gallant Fox's poor performance, and Gallant Fox went on to win the Lawrence Realization Stakes at Belmont in September.

Secretariat in

Just a few weeks after winning the Triple Crown, Secretariat lost the Whitney Stakes to a little-known horse named Onion at the Saratoga Race Course. To call this a stunning defeat would be to put it mildly, but perhaps the crowd of adoring fans should not have been so surprised: just under two weeks before the Whitney Stakes, Onion had set a new track record for furlongs at Saratoga.

American Pharoah in

After American Pharoah won the Triple Crown in , rumors flew about whether or not the three-year-old would race at Saratoga. At the Travers Stakes on August 29, , American Pharoah did race in front of a record crowd, finishing a close second to Keen Ice and cementing Saratoga's reputation as the "Graveyard of Champions".

Who will be next?

Learn more about the history of the Saratoga Race Course »

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Saratoga Race Course Information

Saratoga Race Course is a horse-racing track in Saratoga Springs, New York, United States. It opened on August 3, , and is the oldest organized sporting venue of any kind in the United States. It is typically open for racing from late July through early September.

Saratoga Race Course Track Info Thoroughbred Racing
Union Ave, Saratoga Springs, NY   US

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NYRA Recaps Record Meet at Saratoga

NYRA&#;s Reorganization Board of Directors heard a comprehensive report at the most recent meeting in Manhattan. The board recapped the record Saratoga meet and outlined the strong financial performance and results. Get the scoop:

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CEO and President, Christopher Kay, outlined the final results for the th meet at the Saratoga Race Course, which came to a close on Monday, September 7th.

The record total NYRA handle of $,,, equated to a percent increase over This figure shattered the previous high of $,,, set in The record on-track handle of $,,, resulted in a percent increase over This figure also beat the previous, on-track high of $,, in
According to Kay, NYRA recorded a percent increase in revenue derived from dining, concessions and merchandise throughout the Saratoga meet. These strong revenue gains corresponded with an overall increase in paid attendance. Total paid attendance for the Saratoga meet was $1,,
&#;Over the past two years, our efforts to enhance the overall experience and improve the quality of racing are clearly resonating with our horseplayers, our fans and with their families,&#; said Kay in a press release.

 

In , NYRA averaged $16,, in race handle on the Saratoga product, becoming the first non-Breeders&#; Cup race meet in America to average more than $16 million in daily race handle on its own product. Saratoga is the only North American race meet which runs six days a week, making this achievement even more incredible.

 

Focusing on the overall experience enjoyed by horseplayers, fans and their families at the Spa, Kay stated that capital improvements and facility enhancements at Saratoga Race Course since have supported corresponding boosts in interest, attendance and handle for the season. These additions and upgrades included:

  • The Saratoga Walk of Fame, an open-air pavilion honoring owners, trainers and jockeys who have left an indelible mark on thoroughbred racing at the Spa.
  • The Tom Durkin Replay Center, offering fans the opportunity to view and hear 24 classic calls by the legendary race caller, who retired in following a year career as the voice of New York racing.
  • A revitalized Lower Carousel and new Fourstardave Sports Bar featuring five dozen tables available for daily reservation, an extensive craft beer selection and 40 flat-screen televisions. A total of 2, tables were reserved in the Fourstardave Sports Bar throughout the meet, demonstrating the popularity and appeal of the new hospitality offering.
  •  A new, reserved picnic table section, providing families and fans added convenience throughout the meet. A total of 2, picnic tables were reserved this summer.
  • The installation of three new, high-definition video boards in the vast Saratoga backyard, providing horseplayers, families and fans with a crystal-clear platform to enjoy the on-track action. 

We&#;re already looking forward to breaking more records at the Summer Meet at the Saratoga Race Course!

Sours: https://www.saratoga.com/whatsnew//10/racing-season-broke-records/
RACE REPLAY: 2015 Saratoga Special

A Look Back: Racing Season Broke Records, Made History

This past racing season was definitely one for the books. From a Triple Crown winner joining us on Travers Day to breaking wagering records, the summer meet at Saratoga Race Course was undoubtedly a tremendous success. 

Take a look at some of the highlights from this past season!

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The summer meet at Saratoga Race Course came to a close this week, and NYRA has reported that there was a record handle of $,, that reflects a % increase in corresponding wagering activity over last year.

The track also reached a record $19 million in stakes purses, including a blockbuster Travers Day that featured Triple Crown champion, American Pharoah, six Grade 1 races and a Grade 2 for a total of seven graded stakes worth around $ million.

Many, including myself, consider the highlight of the summer meet to be Travers Day. A paid, sold-out crowd of 50, racing fans gathered to watch the first Triple Crown champion run at the track in 37 years. The day prior, nearly 15, fans showed up to the track to watch American Pharoah workout in the morning.
While American Pharoah didn&#;t win the Travers, Keen Ice produced the fastest winning Travers time in 14 years! The Travers Day all-source wagering record surged a % increase over In a press release, NYRA President and CEO, Chris Kay, stated, &#;On behalf of the men and women of the New York Racing Association and the fans of our great sport, I again would like to express my deep and abiding appreciation to owner Ahmed Zayat, his son and racing manager, Justin, and Hall of Fame Trainer, Bob Baffert, for bringing &#;The People&#;s Horse&#; to Saratoga.&#;
In addition to wagers and purses, Saratoga recorded a % increase in revenue from concessions, dining and merchandise. This increase corresponds with the increase in paid attendance which reached 1,, this year.
Visitors to the track also may have noticed a series of enhancements and new attractions including the Saratoga Walk of Fame and the Fourstardave Sports Bar. Saratoga fans could also reserve a picnic table adjacent to the Paddock for the first time this summer. A total of 2, picnic tables were reserved throughout the season, which supplemented the daily picnic tables available to patrons on a first-come, first-served basis.
The season was anchored by 40 days of special events at the Saratoga Pavilion. One of the highlights was the celebration of Saratoga&#;s Centennial anniversary. NYRA offered nearly 24, fans with free admission to the track and a variety of activities and entertainment designed celebrate the history of Spa City.
NYRA also hosted the second annual Jockey Legends Day which featured 14 of the sport&#;s greatest riders for an autograph session to benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and a special red carpet ceremony on the main track. The superstar lineup of jockeys who participated in the event combined for 72, wins and more than $ billion in earnings in their career.
Last week, NYRA honored veterans and active service members on Military Appreciation Day. The highlight of the day was the winner&#;s circle ceremony with a dozen WWII veterans and the ringing of the bell seven times by Schenectady resident and &#;Greatest Generation&#; member, Gene Gierka, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of VJ Day.
The always popular weekly Taste NY at Saratoga series participants also grew. Held in partnership with the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets, the Taste NY events provided track goers with the opportunity to sample a wide variety of products made exclusively in New York. The series featured a variety of wines, ciders, spirits, craft beers, foods and artisan crafts.
The expanded Berkshire Bank Family Monday series, presented by Mister Softee, featured a variety of family friendly activities each week. In addition to entertainment and events for kids, Family Mondays also included fundraising opportunities for area schools, PTAs and non-profit organizations supplemented with matching funds from NYRA and Berkshire Bank.
A big congratulations to NYRA and all those who made the season at Saratoga Race Course a success. We&#;re already counting down the days until next year!
Sours: https://www.saratoga.com/whatsnew//09/look-backracing-season/

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Saratoga Race Track : Events

We are entering the home stretch with opening day for the historic Saratoga Race Course just around on the bend. Named one of the “Top 10 Sports Venues of the 20th century” by Sports Illustrated, be sure to book your favorite room now before it’s gone!

Don’t miss the thrills, fashion, and friendly race day banter on our porch that makes this such a special experience. Below you will find more information on this year’s special events, race dates, and important changes to dining reservations.

Special Racing Dates

Saratoga Racing
  • Opening Day Celebration &#; July 24th ~ Live music, meet the horses & jockeys, and more!
  • The Whitney &#; August 8th
  • The Alabama &#; August 22th
  • The Travers &#; August 29th
  • The Sword Dancer &#; August 29th
  • The Woodward &#; September 5th
  • The Fasig Tipton Sale &#; August 10th & 11th
  • The New York bred Yearling Sale &#; August 15th & 16th
  • Final Stretch Music Festival Weekend- September 5th & 6th
  • Closing Day &#; September 7th

See the official & complete  Saratoga Stakes Race Schedule.

 

Saratoga Springs events

Art, Culture, and Horses

The Performing Arts continue to flourish in the Spa city, and there are several special performances during racing season you will not want to miss:

  • The Freihofer Jazz Festival &#; June 27 & 28,
  • The New York City Ballet &#; July ,
  • Brad Paisley Concert &#; July 26,
  • Opera Saratoga &#; July ,
  • The Philadelphia Orchestra &#; August ,

See the full calendar of upcoming events in Saratoga Springs.

 

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Saratoga Race Track Dining

Make your reservations early and enjoy a unique trackside dining experience!

The Turf Terrace ~ Our favorite!
Located on the 3rd and 4th floor of the Clubhouse, enjoy an excellent view of the track and finish line and formal open-air setting.

The Club Terrace
Overlooking the backyard & paddock, enjoy a casual open-air seating and menu and big screen TV’s to view the live racing action.

The Porch
Perfect for being close to the action with casual open air seating just a few feet from the outside rail.

Call to make your reservation.
*New policies for mean tables are on a first serve basis, so we highly recommend making your reservation as soon as possible. 

We look forward to welcoming to you to our downtown Saratoga Springs, NY hotel for a fun and exciting season!

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RACE REPLAY: 2015 Ballston Spa Stakes at Saratoga

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