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Hoofprints Walk of Fame unveiled at Saratoga Race Course

The New York Racing Association and the Saratoga 150 Committee unveiled their Hoofprints Walk of Fame July 12 honoring the most accomplished Thoroughbreds to compete at Saratoga Race Course during its 150-year history. Saratoga 150 committee honorary chairman, John Hendrickson and Sally Jeffords, whose family has a connection to the great Man o' War, walk along the Hoofprints Walk after the unveiling outside the track's clubhouse gates on Friday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The New York Racing Association and the Saratoga 150 Committee unveiled their Hoofprints Walk of Fame July 12 honoring the most accomplished Thoroughbreds to compete at Saratoga Race Course during its 150-year history. Saratoga 150 committee honorary chairman, John Hendrickson and Sally Jeffords, whose family has a connection to the great Man o' War, walk along the Hoofprints Walk after the unveiling outside the track's clubhouse gates on Friday morning.
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The dean of Saratoga Springs racing is expecting people to stop and stare this summer as they walk into the Nelson Avenue entrance at the Saratoga Race Course. Distracting guests at the track will be 30 engraved stones making up the new Hoofprints Walk of Fame, which pays homage to the most accomplished horses at Saratoga. The new attraction was unveiled Friday, just one week before the start of this season’s meet. “There’s probably going ...


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