Saturday, September 02, 2017


Saratoga Race Course Notes 9/1


'Workmanlike' Oskar Blues ready for stakes debut in G1 Hopeful
• Stakes winner Seymourdini begins road back with Friday breeze
• Motion contingent in good order heading into Spa's closing weekend
• Multiple G1 winner Mind Your Biscuits to return to track Saturday
• Royal Posse nearing return to races, eyeing Belmont Fall meet
• McGaughey hopes third time's the charm for War Flag

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Fern Circle Stables' impressive maiden winner Oskar Blues is ready for his close-up in the Grade 1, $350,000 Hopeful Monday, Closing Day of Saratoga's summer meet, trainer Ken McPeek said Friday.

The chestnut son of champion sprinter Speightstown drew post 2 in the field of eight juveniles and will carry 118 pounds including jockey Dylan Davis, who was aboard for Oskar Blues' debut victory August 12 at Saratoga.


• 'Workmanlike' Oskar Blues ready for stakes debut in G1 Hopeful
• Stakes winner Seymourdini begins road back with Friday breeze
• Motion contingent in good order heading into Spa's closing weekend
• Multiple G1 winner Mind Your Biscuits to return to track Saturday
• Royal Posse nearing return to races, eyeing Belmont Fall meet
• McGaughey hopes third time's the charm for War Flag
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Fern Circle Stables' impressive maiden winner Oskar Blues is ready for his close-up in the Grade 1, $350,000 Hopeful Monday, Closing Day of Saratoga's summer meet, trainer Ken McPeek said Friday.

The chestnut son of champion sprinter Speightstown drew post 2 in the field of eight juveniles and will carry 118 pounds including jockey Dylan Davis, who was aboard for Oskar Blues' debut victory August 12 at Saratoga.





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