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"In the Irons - 1" With all of the excitement and activity that surrounds the Saratoga Race Course during the summer meet, it’s easy to over look some of the beautiful ironwork that subtly embellishes the outside of the clubhouse design. Installed as part of racetrack renovations in 1937, this distinctive iron art and architecture serve as added reminders of the distinctive character and charm of the Saratoga mystique.

"In the Irons - 1" With all of the excitement and activity that surrounds the Saratoga Race Course during the summer meet, it’s easy to over look some of the beautiful ironwork that subtly embellishes the outside of the clubhouse design. Installed as part of racetrack renovations in 1937, this distinctive iron art and architecture serve as added reminders of the distinctive character and charm of the Saratoga mystique.

"In The Irons - 2" With all of the excitement and activity that surrounds the Saratoga Race Course during the summer meet, it’s easy to over look some of the beautiful ironwork that subtly embellishes the outside of the clubhouse design. Installed as part of racetrack renovations in 1937, this distinctive iron art and architecture serve as added reminders of the distinctive character and charm of the Saratoga mystique.

"In The Irons - 2" With all of the excitement and activity that surrounds the Saratoga Race Course during the summer meet, it’s easy to over look some of the beautiful ironwork that subtly embellishes the outside of the clubhouse design. Installed as part of racetrack renovations in 1937, this distinctive iron art and architecture serve as added reminders of the distinctive character and charm of the Saratoga mystique.

"Grazing" With all of the excitement and activity that surrounds the Saratoga Race Course during the summer meet, it’s easy to over look some of the beautiful ironwork that subtly embellishes the outside of the clubhouse design. Installed as part of racetrack renovations in 1937, this distinctive iron art and architecture serve as added reminders of the distinctive character and charm of the Saratoga mystique.

"Grazing" With all of the excitement and activity that surrounds the Saratoga Race Course during the summer meet, it’s easy to over look some of the beautiful ironwork that subtly embellishes the outside of the clubhouse design. Installed as part of racetrack renovations in 1937, this distinctive iron art and architecture serve as added reminders of the distinctive character and charm of the Saratoga mystique.

"Day at the Spa" On a picture perfect afternoon in Saratoga Springs, the track is fast, and the turf is good.  Anticipation is high and the stage is for a set for another stellar day of racing at the oldest sporting venue in the United States.  Considered by many as one of the most picturesque racecourses in the world, “the Spa” is a captivating haven for casual fans and dedicated horseplayers alike to enjoy the many charms of this little piece of heaven on earth.

"Day at the Spa" On a picture perfect afternoon in Saratoga Springs, the track is fast, and the turf is good. Anticipation is high and the stage is for a set for another stellar day of racing at the oldest sporting venue in the United States. Considered by many as one of the most picturesque racecourses in the world, “the Spa” is a captivating haven for casual fans and dedicated horseplayers alike to enjoy the many charms of this little piece of heaven on earth.

"Rice and Woolley" The subject of this image is trainer, “Chip” Woolley with his distinctive black hat and crutches.  In 2009 his long shot, “Mind That Bird” won the Derby. Woolley was quoted as saying, “After the Derby, showing up anywhere with these crutches sure opened a lot of doors”.  In fact, the Kentucky Derby Museum asked him to donate one for exhibit.   The woman in the image is trainer, Linda Rice. In the same year she became the first woman to ever win the training title at…

"Rice and Woolley" The subject of this image is trainer, “Chip” Woolley with his distinctive black hat and crutches. In 2009 his long shot, “Mind That Bird” won the Derby. Woolley was quoted as saying, “After the Derby, showing up anywhere with these crutches sure opened a lot of doors”. In fact, the Kentucky Derby Museum asked him to donate one for exhibit. The woman in the image is trainer, Linda Rice. In the same year she became the first woman to ever win the training title at…

"Head on Out" This image captures seven runners as they charge directly at the viewer. The signature red and white umbrellas of Saratoga can be seen in the background as well the large screen coverage of the race as it begins to unfold.

"Head on Out" This image captures seven runners as they charge directly at the viewer. The signature red and white umbrellas of Saratoga can be seen in the background as well the large screen coverage of the race as it begins to unfold.

American Pharoah takes the lead into the first turn of the Travers Stakes in 2015. To his immediate right is the gray, Frosted, who took it to the Triple Crown Champion in one of the hottest second half miles in the race’s history. On the far outside sits the eventual upset winner, the late running Keen Ice with Javier Castellano, in the green silks.

American Pharoah takes the lead into the first turn of the Travers Stakes in 2015. To his immediate right is the gray, Frosted, who took it to the Triple Crown Champion in one of the hottest second half miles in the race’s history. On the far outside sits the eventual upset winner, the late running Keen Ice with Javier Castellano, in the green silks.

"Just A Boy" I love the colors and activity in this print. All the connections of the runners for the next race congregating in the paddock. Most of the fans around the outside of the paddock would love to have this opportunity to be so close to all of this pre-race pageantry and excitement. In the middle of this scene is a young boy who does not seem to appreciate how lucky he is. Some say the horseshoe in the tree above crowd makes this a lucky print.

"Just A Boy" I love the colors and activity in this print. All the connections of the runners for the next race congregating in the paddock. Most of the fans around the outside of the paddock would love to have this opportunity to be so close to all of this pre-race pageantry and excitement. In the middle of this scene is a young boy who does not seem to appreciate how lucky he is. Some say the horseshoe in the tree above crowd makes this a lucky print.

"A Rosie Profile" Although her name and the bold reds in this image could make you think of the flower by the same name, this young woman is one tough jockey who is well respected my most knowledgeable horseplayers. Rosie Napravnik’s multiple racing related surgeries can attest to her resilience and her top ten national earnings speak to her bright future in a profession dominated by men.

"A Rosie Profile" Although her name and the bold reds in this image could make you think of the flower by the same name, this young woman is one tough jockey who is well respected my most knowledgeable horseplayers. Rosie Napravnik’s multiple racing related surgeries can attest to her resilience and her top ten national earnings speak to her bright future in a profession dominated by men.

"Calvin Borel - Hall of Fame Jockey" Taken after the first race on the first day of racing at Churchill Downs in the 2010 Spring Meet, Hall of Fame Jockey, Calvin Borel celebrates in the winner’s circle with a young girl in her First Communion dress.   The following week, Borel rode Super Saver to victory in the Kentucky Derby making him the first jockey to win three Derbies in four years.  Lots of firsts here including my first winner’s circle image.

"Calvin Borel - Hall of Fame Jockey" Taken after the first race on the first day of racing at Churchill Downs in the 2010 Spring Meet, Hall of Fame Jockey, Calvin Borel celebrates in the winner’s circle with a young girl in her First Communion dress. The following week, Borel rode Super Saver to victory in the Kentucky Derby making him the first jockey to win three Derbies in four years. Lots of firsts here including my first winner’s circle image.

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