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Sweet Reason gives Gyarmati a Grade I win

Sweet Reason, with jockey Alex Solis aboard, crosses the wire to win the 122nd running of the Spinaway grade I stakes race at Saratoga Race Course on September 1, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Sweet Reason, with jockey Alex Solis aboard, crosses the wire to win the 122nd running of the Spinaway grade I stakes race at Saratoga Race Course on September 1, 2013.
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Leah Gyarmati somehow meshed academic pursuits that led to a master’s degree in theology with a racing career that led to a solid record, but never a Grade I win. The 48-year-old trainer grad­uated to that level on Sunday when Sweet Reason won the Spinaway at Saratoga Race Course, skipping away in the slop by 5 3⁄4 lengths over Stopchargingmaria. Gyarmati, a jockey from 1997-99 who won just one race at Saratoga as a rider, ...


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