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Saratoga Weekend: Top 10 photo opportunities

The ring of jockey statues located outside the clubhouse entrance to Saratoga Race Course is a great stop for a photo op. Along with the jockeys, who hold signs displaying Saratoga’s major race winners from the past year, a fountain and red and white begonias are part of the package. (Gazette photo by Jeff Wilkin)
The ring of jockey statues located outside the clubhouse entrance to Saratoga Race Course is a great stop for a photo op. Along with the jockeys, who hold signs displaying Saratoga’s major race winners from the past year, a fountain and red and white begonias are part of the package. (Gazette photo by Jeff Wilkin)
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When people visit New York City, the Statue of Liberty is a traditional stop for an op — a photo opportunity. In Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace attracts photographers who want shots of their friends next to the metallic rendition of Boston Celtics coach Red Auerbach. Distinguished Abraham Lincoln — who sits in stony silence — is a natural choice for tourists in Washington D.C. Summer in Saratoga Springs offers diversions in sports, the arts and ...


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