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Union Avenue (NYB)


11th Running on Thursday, August 21, 2014

NY-Bred $100,000 6 1/2 Furlongs F&M 3&UP (Dirt)

Year:Horse:AgeWt.TimeOwnerTrainerJockeyValueReplay
2014 Uncle Southern 4 118 1:17.46 J and M Racing Stables Linda Rice Luis Saez $60,000
replay
2013 Willet 5 122 1:11.38 Iselin, James H., Assoulin, Charlotte and Gindi, Eli James H. Iselin Joel Rosario $60,000
replay
2012 Risky Rachel 5 124 1:09.02 Sanford Bacon Juan M. Coronel Javier Castellano $60,000
replay
2011 Lovely Lil 4 118 1:10.59 Barry K. Schwartz Michael E. Hushion Ramon A. Dominguez $45,000
replay
2010 Meese Rocks 5 124 1:11.46 Terranova, Henry, Joseph and Jamie Edward R. Barker Jorge F. Chavez $42,000
replay
2009 Silvercup Baby 5 118 1:10.28 Eric Brophy Carl J. Domino Javier Castellano $42,900
replay
2008 By the Light 3 120 1:10.58 Jay Em Ess Stable Richard E. Dutrow, Jr. Edgar S. Prado $50,490
replay
2007 Karakorum Starlet 4 118 1:10.95 Karakorum Farm Jeff Odintz Kent Desormeaux $49,950
2006 Gold Like U 5 122 1:10.04 Vincent Scuderi and Sullivan Land Stable Richard Dutrow Jr. Edgar Prado $43,200
2005 Lapis 5 118 1:11.4 Carolyn Wilson John O. Hertler Cornelio Velasquez $36,960
2004 Sugar Punch 3 114 1:09 4/5 IEAH Stables, Torre, Speranza, Petronella Richard Dutrow, Jr. Edgar Prado $39,900

To get to Saratoga from New York City, “you drive north for about 175 miles, turn left on Union Avenue and go back 100 years,” wrote the famed sportswriter Red Smith. Along with the racetrack, a number of stately Victorian homes built in the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries are located along Union Avenue, which is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The race, a six-furlong event for New York-bred fillies are mares, was first run in 2004.