The Morning Roundup: Voodoo Works Magic at Spa & Hope Springs
Voodoo’s Song a horse to watch, winning the Saranac yesterday the 1st horse since Native Dancer to win four races at the Spa as a two year old, from Mike MacAdam at the Daily Gazette.
A field of 8 with high expectations for today’s Hopeful, from the Gloversville Leader Herald.
“Hope” springs eternal from the Thoroughbred Daily News.
Trainer Dale Roman’s Free Drop Billy is poised for a big start in today’s Hopeful, from Mike Veitch at the Saratogian.
An Ortiz brother will win the 2017 Jockey title, but which Ortiz, from Tom Pedulla at America’s Best Racing
The top horses of the 2017 Meet from Brian Zipse at Horse Racing Nation.
Inaugural Spa City ride to cure diabetes is set, from Ned Campbell at the Daily Gazette.
The Saratoga Gun Show winds down quietly, from Kumi Tucker at WNYT.
The Zac Brown Band rocked it out as the last concert of the summer at SPAC from Michael Hochanadel for the Daily Gazette.
Steve Barnes at the Times Union has a snapshot review of R & R Kitchen, “if you aren’t having a good time you are in the wrong place.”
President Trump’s DACA decision could have impacts locally, from Lauren Linder at News 10 ABC.
Things to Do:
TruCutz Haircuts: Back to School Event
Secreteriat Themed tour at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
Jeff Brisbin at the Brook Tavern
OTB Band at the Parting Glass
Beyond Peace / Mr Cancelled / Sugar Eater at One Caroline
How to Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey:
text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10
Texas Diaper Bank: works to meet the basic needs of vulnerable babies, kids with disabilities and seniors.
Finally, the sun! A perfect way to end the meet – sunny, high of 81 low of 62.