Grand Arch, seen here galloping on the training track at Keeneland Race Course on October 29, 2015, is part of a 10-horse field set to go to post in the Grade I Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga on Saturday. The Fourstardave is one of four Grade I turf races taking place on Saturday.
Grand Arch, seen here galloping on the training track at Keeneland Race Course on October 29, 2015, is part of a 10-horse field set to go to post in the Grade I Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga on Saturday. The Fourstardave is one of four Grade I turf races taking place on Saturday. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader
Grand Arch, seen here galloping on the training track at Keeneland Race Course on October 29, 2015, is part of a 10-horse field set to go to post in the Grade I Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga on Saturday. The Fourstardave is one of four Grade I turf races taking place on Saturday. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader

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