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Playing the name game -- triangle at track cries out with opportunities

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Saratoga Race Course is the sum of its parts, each identifiable components of one of the most iconic venues in horse racing. The paddock. The backyard. The clubhouse. The grandstand. The track apron. The porch. But there is one area oddly not named, the very nexus of the grounds, one known and crisscrossed by most fans. It calls out to be called something — anything. That would be the asphalt and grass area between the ...

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