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2020 Saratoga Special Editions



April 6, 2021
New York-bred 2020 Champions Program
September 12, 2020
2020 Season Wrap-Up Edition
September 5, 2020
Woodward Day, Derby Day, big Saturday
September 2, 2020
Win Win Win outruns rain, rivals in G1 Forego.
August 29, 2020
Sword Dancer, Forego headline big Saturday.
August 26, 2020
Rushing Fall rules in Diana. Halladay aces Fourstardave.
August 22, 2020
Fourstardave Day: Raging Bull part of stellar group.
August 19, 2020
Swiss Skydiver lands the Alabama, eyes Ky. Oaks.
August 15, 2020
Alabama Day: Swiss Skydiver lands in Saratoga
August 12, 2020
Travers winner Tiz The Law does it again.
August 8, 2020
Travers Day. Tiz The Law, Gamine, all the trimmings.
August 6, 2020
A day late, but so good. Improbable leads Whitney Day charge.
August 1, 2020
Champion Midnight Bisou takes us into big Saturday.
July 29, 2020
Volatile dazzles in Vanderbilt; new track gets rave reviews.
July 25, 2020
Whitmore, Sistercharlie headline big Saturday card.
July 22, 2020
Paris Lights rules CCA Oaks. Jumpers on tap.
July 18, 2020
First Saturday. Grade 1 CCA Oaks headlines
July 16, 2020
Opening Day 2020. Different Feel.

2021 Saratoga Special Editions



September 4, 2021
Last One. Final edition of 2021 previews big Saturday.
September 1, 2021
Travers Day Catch-up. Saturday stakes recap & more.
August 28, 2021
Travers Day. Essential Quality heads big Saturday card
August 25, 2021
Malathaat avenges CCA Oaks loss in Alabama
August 21, 2021
Alabama Day. Maracuja & Malathaat throw down again
August 18, 2021
Week 6. Get Stormy, Sheppard jump stakes and so on
August 14, 2021
Fifth Saturday. Raging Bull on the cover, lots of cool stuff inside
August 11, 2021
Sales Night 2 wraps up with $2.6 million colt
August 10, 2021
Sales Night 1. Stone Farm colt tops first session.
August 9, 2021
Sales Day. Yearlings will be the stars tonight.
August 8, 2021
Knicks Go rules in the Whitney
August 7, 2021
Whitney Day. Here we go on a huge Saturday.
August 6, 2021
Hall of Fame Day, with all the trimmings
August 4, 2021
August upon us. Essential Quality shines in Travers prep
July 31, 2021
Whitmore Day. Sprint star part of big Jim Dandy Day
July 28, 2021
Week 3 here we go. A thriller in the CCA Oaks.
July 24, 2021
CCA Oaks Day: Malathaat eyes sixth in a row
July 21, 2021
Diana andSanford recaps and loads more.
July 17, 2021
Diana Day. Godolphin fillies cast long shadow
July 15, 2021
Opening Day 2021. And we're off.

Print is who we are, what we do

ST Publishing started with a steeplechase newspaper. Spring and fall, 1994-2012, we printed every other week, mailed copies to subscribers, loaded bundles of papers into our cars and hit the road for race meets, tack shops, sandwich stops and everything in between. Ink on our hands, ink on our car seats, plastic straps all over the place and (mostly) happy readers at each stop. Then came The Saratoga Special in 2001. We printed more often, but the model was the same – work hard, figure out how to get each edition into people's hands and repeat.

Now, of course, we can keep our hands cleaner and so can you but we haven't changed that much. We produce publications you can read online and/or in print (pending schedules, pandemics and other variables we haven't thought of). Most of them are here – The 2020 Special, The Saratoga Special (2007-2019), Steeplechase Times (2007-2012) and a few others listed under Miscellenous. We're working to complete the archives, but it's trickier than we thought given the conditions of some of our computer files and deep storage rooms in Fair Hill, and we'll keep you posted. 

In the meantime, you can read current editions online. Digital editions are PDFs, meaning you or your web browser will need to be able to open such files. Scroll, read, enjoy. See you at the races.

The Saratoga Special.

Custom Projects.

Steeplechase Times.

The 2020 Special.

 

 

Custom Projects

New York-bred 2020 Champions Program
New York-bred 2019 Champions Program
New York-bred 2018 Champions Program
New York-bred 2017 Champions Program
New York-bred 2016 Champions Program
New York-bred 2015 Champions Program
Saratoga NY-bred Showcase Day 2014
New York-bred 2014 Champions Program
Big Apple NY-bred Showcase Day 2014
New York-bred 2013 Champions Program

The 2020 Special

The 2020 Special Edition of July 4
The 2020 Special Edition of June 27
The 2020 Special Edition of June 20
The 2020 Special Edition of May 23
The 2020 Special Edition of May 2

Missing the Carolina Cup

A tradition since 1930, the Carolina Cup has lived through wars, depressions, the Civil Rights Movement, various models that included timber fences, natural brush hurdles and National Fences and hundreds of thousands of raucous spectators (some of whom actually saw a horse race). The great race, hosted by Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C.) was no match for the coronavirus, however, and was canceled this year.

If you miss it, here's a bit of memory lane courtesy of photographer Tod Marks – from Carolina Cups of 2009-19. 

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Slideshow: Imperial Hint at Fair Hill

Imperial Hint is on vacation at Fair Hill Equine Therapy Center in Maryland, and enjoying every minute of it – even a meet-and-greet with a bird who found a perch on the Grade 1 winner's back the other day. Photographer Maggie Kimmitt spends some quality time with Raymond Mamone's winner of 12 races and more than $1.8 million. Click on the image below to launch slideshow.

Sean's Photo Gallery from Cheltenham Day One

Words can describe a lot of the moments at Cheltenham, but there's nothing like having a camera in your hand. Enjoy the best and wildest moments from the first day at Cheltenham. 

Pennsylvania Derby Day at Parx

Photographer Tod Marks traveled to suburban Philadelphia Saturday for the stakes-filled Pennsylvania Derby Day card at Parx Racing. McKinzie was the star of the show, though the Grade 1 Cotillion offered its share of drama as Midnight Bisou won by disqualification over Monomoy Girl. 

Monomoy Girl rules in Saratoga

Hand over the Eclipse Award for champion 3-year-old filly because Monomoy Girl is better than everyone in the division. She proved it again in Sunday's Grade 1 Coaching Club American Oaks, leading throughout and winning by 3 lengths. Photographer Tod Marks dishes out some all-star photos.