Spa selections 2020: Saratoga picks September 3

by | Sep 2, 2020 | Breaking, Handicapping

Ginger N Rye

Ginger N Rye won the 2017 Smart N Fancy Stakes at Saratoga. Photo by Chelsea Durand/NYRA.

by Joseph Aiello

In Spa Selections, Saratoga on-site correspondent Joseph Aiello provides Saratoga picks for a handful of key races at Saratoga, including all of the exciting stakes action!

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Race 3 – P.G. Johnson Stakes

1.#7 Simply Ravishing (9-2) – May benefit from being aggressive and taking control of the field and race here with Luis Saez

2. #2 Plum Ali (6-5) – Didn’t come home quickly in her debut, but still has Rosario and Clement and should be in the mix here

3. #1 Invincible Gal (8-5) – Take Con Lima on a main track, but this filly stretching out should have no problems with the extra distance or a soft turf surface if this stays on

Race 6 – New York Stallion Series Stakes

1. #7 Officer Hutchy (9-5) – Has run well in the slop and ran maybe his best effort last time out, but should be a bit better value than this price

2. #1 Holmdel Park (15-1) – Probably slightly overmatched, but can put in a good run if Carmouche sends him out early since his only career win was from the front

3. #3 Spin a Yarn (5-2) – Comes from Finger Lakes where he has not lost in four career tries, but has been showing good form with three straight bullet works

Race 8 – OC 62500n2x

1. #3 Palace Avenger (2-1) – Looks to be near the lead and has been running better than most here with four straight finishes second or better and a solid work last time out

2. #7 Miss Lily B (12-1) – Has won both her tries at this distance and may have the most speed of this field but will have others to fend off early

3. #6 Fair Regis (3-1) – Has winning issues and may not finish first, but consistently finishes in the money and puts forth good efforts

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About The Author

Joseph Aiello

Joseph Aiello, III, a student at Colgate University, is a lifelong racing fan and frequent Saratoga visitor, where he avidly hones his handicapping skills.

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