The smoke smell hits you in the face.
It’s impossible, it seems, to get mad at Lavon Long.
I had a beer with Robert “The General” Lee on Tuesday to talk about his 14 years as the voice of Siena basketball.
The little girl in the blond wig, the Michigan State shirt and the “Big Ten Champions” hat, the one at the top of the ladder with the jolly green giant, isn’t with us anymore.
Last Sunday morning, the Hall of Fame trainer walked his horse by a lead shank out of his stall and over to 15 or so media types so they could get photos and video of the colt.
It was a cool, comfortable morning at barn 25 on the Saratoga Race Course backstretch on Sunday.
The toys are on the wall and not in the attic.
Connor Hankin led Scorpiancer out into the small field in the Oklahoma Annex on Fifth Avenue Monday morning so his horse could nibble on some clover.
A few of us stragglers hung around the Saratoga Race Course pressbox Saturday night to watch the race from California.
Some friends of mine are housing some friends of theirs who flew all the way from California for Zenyatta’s Racing Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday.
Frosted’s performance in the Met Mile could be summed up with a “Wow.”
His Whitney win at Saratoga Race Course drew a collective “Wait, what?”
Travis Stone’s new assignment asks him to predict the behavior of tens of thousands of Saratoga Race Course patrons.
The town of Argentan in Normandy, France, is small, but has seen a lot.
Don’t even try to take the mystery out of a horse.
There are ghosts at Saratoga Race Course.
And they aren’t getting any sleep this week.
The queen was grouchy in her stall.
I wonder what Tim Duncan did on Monday.
One of the beauties of jazz, to those whose ear is pulled to it, is that, at any moment, it can soar off in any direction.
There was a time when it wasn’t unusual for Jesse Braverman’s baseball teams to give him a commemorative t-shirt at the end of a high school season.
If a 73-9 team falls in the NBA playoffs, does it make a sound?
Gambler accused of causing $1,500 worth of damage
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.