Minaun is expected to start in the Riskaverse at Saratoga.
Coach Chad Brown will send out three fillies against an even field built for Thursday’s 12th race of the $ 120,000 Riskaverse, a one-mile event on the indoor turf at Saratoga Racecourse for second-year fillies who don’t. have not won bets within a mile or more. Saratoga Racecourse is located in Saratoga Springs, NY
The Riskaverse pays homage to the repeatedly Fox Ridge Farm mare, trained by Patrick Kelly, who became the first horse to achieve two consecutive wins in the Grade 1 Flower Bowl [2004-05]. The talented daughter of prominent turf stallion Dynaformer retired with earnings of over $ 2 million and a substantial resume that also included Class 1 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup triumphs at the Keeneland Race Course in Lexington , Ky., And Grade 2 Sands Point at Belmont Park in Elmont, NY, both in 2002.
Brown captured risk aversion with Dayatthespa, later Breeders’ Cup winner Filly and Mare Turf.  and grab a bid .
Peter Brant’s Rastafara will attempt to defeat the victors for the first time. After two efforts on the set, Shamardal’s daughter secured third place against impressive winner Baby Blythe on July 24, covering the Riskaverse distance on the Saratoga indoor turf.
“She ran really well and finally broke and broke her young daughter the last time around,” Brown said. “We have always thought about her a lot. She will have to step up further, but this seems like the right place for her.
Irad Ortiz, Jr. will seek a fourth Riskaverse conquest by piloting Rastafara from Station 7.
Minaun and Amy C will look to redeem themselves after finishing fifth and sixth respectively in Category 3 Lake George on July 23 at Spa, which was won by technical analysis formed by Brown.
Owned by Bradley Thoroughbreds, Iris Smith Stable and Rigney Racing, Minaun was four lengths behind in the top three wide stretch races, but finished 3½ lengths behind the winner last. Winner of Group 3 Marble Hill last July at The Curragh, Zoffany’s Irish-bred daughter won her first start for Brown after a nine-month respite while running a mile on the Widener turf course at Belmont Park on April 30 before a close second in the Wild Applause on June 26 at Belmont.
Jockey Ricardo Santana, Jr. picks up the mount from station 11.
Michael Dubb, Madaket Stables, and Amy C of Robert V. LaPenta, a British-bred Charming Thought girl, won her North American debut on June 25 at Belmont Park before finishing sixth as second pick in Year 3 Lake George.
Jockey Manny Franco will start from station 9.
Chiefswood Stables’ third draft debuts in stakes after a clear triumph in an optional allowance claiming an indoor turf tilt for Hall of Fame coach Shug McGaughey.
The gray or roan daughter of the producing sire of several champions Curlin, from Stakes-winning mare Malibu Moon in Ontario, defeated a group of winners that included Magisterium and Amalfi Princess. She followed the eight-horse pack along the back stretch and made a wide, wide swing in the upper stretch to put her nose on the wire in the final jumps.
After finishing behind Technical Analysis and Munnyfor Ro, winners of the following issues, at the level of the first, the fifth time was the charm of Third Draft at an inaugural 1 1/16 mile event on May 8 on the turf Widener at Belmont Park.
“She was pretty consistent and I loved her races,” said McGaughey, who won the 2016 Riskaverse with On Leave. “Her last two have been really good and I can’t wait to race her in the Riskaverse. She wants to run over a mile so hopefully that can set her up for something later.
The jockey Jose Ortiz keeps the mount of post 4.
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The Hoolie Racing team and Hit the Woah of the Madaket team will try to regain the winning form of coach Christophe Clement. The Vancouver black-type winner won a length of 1 in a first tilt off the field on November 13 at Aqueduct, where she beat subsequent winners Amalfi Princess and Into Vanishing.
Although winless in two turf starts, Hit the Woah performed well each time finishing third on Sanibel Island on March 27 at Gulfstream Park and seventh defeating 1 lengths to teammate Bye Bye in grade 3. Soaring Softly on May 15 in Belmont.
She enters from an outboard effort into a main track allowance at Parx in Bensalem, Penn., June 30.
“She is in very good shape and is training forward,” said Clément. “The last time we tried dirt and it didn’t work. Right now, this is the right place for her.
Jockey Joel Rosario will start from post 8.
Coach Brendan Walsh will send Keeper of Time for his North American debut. The daughter of Mehmas, owned by Bradley Thoroughbreds, was the latest surprise to win 80-1 of the Group 3 1000 Guineas Trial on April 11 at Leopardstown.
Jockey Tyler Gaffalione will ride Keeper of Time from station 2.
Complete the field are Magisterium [post 1, Dylan Davis], by your side [post 3, Javier Castellano], three digits [post 5, Jose Lezcano], Ready for designers [post 6, Junior Alvarado] and love and money [post 10, Luis Saez].
The Riskaverse is patented as Race 9 in Thursday’s 10-race schedule. The first message is at 1:05 pm Saratoga Live will feature daily television coverage of the summer meet on FOX Sports. For the full Saratoga Live broadcast schedule and additional lineup information, visit https://www.nyra.com/saratoga/racing/tv-schedule.
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