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Walk of Fame honors horses that stood out at Saratoga

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) and the Saratoga 150 Committee announced on Tuesday morning, at the National Museum of Racing, a new attraction designed to pay homage to the most accomplished thoroughbreds to compete at Saratoga Race Course during its 150-year history. Here Saratoga 150 Committee Chairman,Charles Wait and Honorary Chairs, John Hendrickson and his wife, Marylou Whitney unveil Man O' War memorial, one of the first 30 Throughbreds for the "Hoofprints Walk Of Fame" to be installed in the grounds at the Saratoga Race Course.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) and the Saratoga 150 Committee announced on Tuesday morning, at the National Museum of Racing, a new attraction designed to pay homage to the most accomplished thoroughbreds to compete at Saratoga Race Course during its 150-year history. Here Saratoga 150 Committee Chairman,Charles Wait and Honorary Chairs, John Hendrickson and his wife, Marylou Whitney unveil Man O' War memorial, one of the first 30 Throughbreds for the "Hoofprints Walk Of Fame" to be installed in the grounds at the Saratoga Race Course.
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Thirty star horses from the Saratoga Race Course’s century and a half of history will be immortalized this summer in a “Walk of Fame” outside the clubhouse entrance. Granite stones will make up the Hoofprints Walk of Fame, which is part of the track’s 150th anniversary celebration, a yearlong recognition of the course’s historic milestone. The first class of inductees and their order on the ground was unveiled Tuesday morning in a ceremony at the ...


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