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Street Life gives Brown a better shot at winning Travers

Jockey Jose Lezcano, center, leading Street Life, center, to win the 4th running of The Curlin Stakes race at Saratoga Race Course on Friday, July 27
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Jockey Jose Lezcano, center, leading Street Life, center, to win the 4th running of The Curlin Stakes race at Saratoga Race Course on Friday, July 27
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Chad Brown wasn’t “just happy to be here” last year, as they say. Hindsight is 20-20, and in retrospect, he sort of wishes he hadn’t been here. “Here” is the Travers Stakes, the $1 million high point of the Saratoga Race Course meet. The Mechanicville native saddled his first-ever Travers starter as a head trainer in 2011, Bowman’s Causeway, something of a thrill for Brown at his hometown track. The Ontario-bred Bowman’s Causeway never showed ...


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