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Schenectady native has a promising 3yo filly

Schenectady native Ed Stanco, left, greets jockey Javier Castellano after Princess of Sylmar won the Busher at Aqueduct by seven lengths last Saturday.
Schenectady native Ed Stanco, left, greets jockey Javier Castellano after Princess of Sylmar won the Busher at Aqueduct by seven lengths last Saturday.
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As an actuary and CEO of Toa Reinsurance in Morristown, N.J., Ed Stanco has made his living on calculating risks. Uncertainty comes with the territory. That’s why he’s careful not to let a frisson of excitement over Princess of Sylmar override good judgment and experience. Still, the Schenectady native can’t help but consider the prospect of sending her to the big stakes for 3-year-old fillies, two of which take place at his hometown track, Sar­atoga ...


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