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Craving Carats seems to crave turf routes, too

Elizabeth Bryan, 13, of Saratoga Springs feeds 2-year-old colt Craving Carats in his stall at Saratoga Race Course. Her dad, Ray Bryan, is a part owner of Craving Carats through Donegal Racing, and will watch his rising star in today’s Grade II With
Elizabeth Bryan, 13, of Saratoga Springs feeds 2-year-old colt Craving Carats in his stall at Saratoga Race Course. Her dad, Ray Bryan, is a part owner of Craving Carats through Donegal Racing, and will watch his rising star in today’s Grade II With
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It was less like a cartoon light bulb popping on over the head of Craving Carats, and more like a headlight. The 2-year-old Street Sense colt has found turf and routes more to his liking, and with his start today in the Grade II $200,000 With Antic­ipation, he will step onto the same road traveled by fellow Don­egal Racing asset Dullahan when he was figuring it all out. Skidmore graduate and Saratoga Springs resident Ray ...


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