The 2017 Saratoga Race Meet Betting Guide
Opening Friday, July 21 and concluding on Monday, September 4, the 2017 Saratoga meet continues the prestigeous tradition of quality racing at the Spa. As one of racing's most prized meets and anticipated events on the calendar, the botique racing presents lucrative betting opportunities with thrilling race cards and talent.
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Saratoga Graded Stakes Schedule Overview
by Alastair Bull
It’s one of the great social events in New York State, and one of the great spots for fans of the horse. Most of all, Saratoga is home to some of the best racing, and betting, in the world – even if it’s got the deserved reputation as the “Graveyard of Champions” following defeats to outstanding gallopers like Man o’War, Secretariat, and American Pharoah.
Saratoga hosts 35 graded stakes races during its summer meet, including 16 Grade I races – 13 on the dirt track and three on turf.
The richest race at the carnival is the $1.25 million Travers Stakes on Aug. 26, the traditional midsummer highlight for 3-year-olds. Many top sophomores who’ve contested the Triple Crown target this Grade I race, but it’s also a race where horses that missed the Triple Crown can put themselves forward for 3-year-old championship rankings – it was the Travers in which Arrogate announced his presence last year with a recordbreaking victory.
The Jim Dandy Stakes (G2) July 29 is an important lead-up, and is set to be the summer starting point for many top 3-yearolds, including Preakness winner Cloud Computing.
Three-year-old dirt track fillies get two chances at Grade I honors at Saratoga – the Coaching Club American Oaks July 23, and the Alabama Stakes Aug. 19. Outstanding filly Songbird won both last year.
The best older horses aiming toward the Breeders’ Cup Classic have some rich targets at Saratoga, most notably the $1.2 million Whitney (G1) Aug. 5 and the $750,000 Woodward Stakes (G1) Sept. 2. Top races for the older females heading toward the Breeders’ Cup Distaff include the Personal Ensign (G1) Aug. 26.
Saratoga also provides great opportunities for dirt sprinters, most notably the Alfred G. Vanderbilt (G1) July 29 and the Forego Stakes (G1) Aug 26. Three-year-old sprinters have one of their most notable targets of the year, the H. Allen Jerkens Memorial Stakes (G1) (formerly the King’s Bishop Stakes) Aug. 26, while there are Grade I races for 3-year-old sprinting fillies (the Test Stakes, Aug 5), and fillies and mares of all ages (the Ballerina, Aug 26).
Watch also for the earliest Grade I tests for juveniles in the eastern states, the Spinaway Stakes for fillies Sept. 2 and the Hopeful Stakes Sept. 4.
Saratoga also features three Grade I turf races. The richest of these is the $1 million Sword Dancer Handicap, over a mile and a half. It usually attracts one of the best turf fields of the season, and in the past two years was won by the outstanding Flintshire. Some of the best turf fillies and mares in the land contest the Diana Stakes (G1) July 22, and turf milers are catered for in the Fourstardave Handicap (G1) Aug 12.
With so much quality racing, there’s no shortage of great wagering opportunities. It will be a great meeting.
Saratoga Stakes Schedule
|Friday, Jul 21||Lake George||III||$150,000||F3YO||Turf||1 1/16|
|Friday, Jul 21||Schuylerville||III||$150,000||F2YO||Dirt||6 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Jul 22||Diana||I||$500,000||F&M 3&UP||Turf||1 1/8|
|Saturday, Jul 22||Sanford||III||$150,000||2YO||Dirt||6 Furlongs|
|Sunday, Jul 23||Coaching Club American Oaks||I||$300,000||F3YO||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Monday, Jul 24||Caress||$200,000||F&M 4&UP||Turf||5 1/2|
|Wednesday, Jul 26||Honorable Miss Handicap||II||$200,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||6 Furlongs|
|Thursday, Jul 27||A. P. Smithwick Memorial (Steeplechase)||I||$150,000||4&UP||Turf||2 1/16|
|Thursday, Jul 27||John Morrissey (NYB)||$100,000||3&UP||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Friday, Jul 28||Curlin||$100,000||3YO||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Saturday, Jul 29||Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap||I||$350,000||3&UP||Dirt||6 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Jul 29||Amsterdam||II||$200,000||3YO||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Jul 29||Bowling Green||II||$250,000||4&UP||Turf||1 3/8|
|Saturday, Jul 29||Jim Dandy||II||$600,000||3YO||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Sunday, Jul 30||Shuvee Handicap||III||$200,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Monday, Jul 31||Coronation Cup||$100,000||F3YO||Turf||5 1/2|
|Wednesday, Aug 02||Shine Again||$100,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
|Thursday, Aug 03||Birdstone||$100,000||3&UP||Dirt||1 3/4|
|Friday, Aug 04||National Museum of Racing Hall Of Fame||II||$200,000||3YO||Turf||1 1/16|
|Saturday, Aug 05||Fasig-Tipton De La Rose||$100,000||F&M 4&UP||Turf||1 Mile|
|Saturday, Aug 05||Fasig-Tipton Lure||$100,000||4&UP||Turf||1 1/16|
|Saturday, Aug 05||Fasig-Tipton Waya||III||$200,000||F&M 3&UP||Turf||1 1/2|
|Saturday, Aug 05||The Longines Test||I||$500,000||F3YO||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Aug 05||Whitney||I||$1,200,000||3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Sunday, Aug 06||Alydar||$100,000||4&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Sunday, Aug 06||Troy Handicap||$250,000||3&UP||Turf||5 1/2|
|Monday, Aug 07||NYSS Cab Calloway Division||$100,000||3YO||Turf||1 Mile|
|Wednesday, Aug 09||Quick Call||$100,000||3YO||Turf||5 1/2|
|Thursday, Aug 10||NYSS Statue of Liberty Division||$100,000||F3YO||Turf||1 Mile|
|Friday, Aug 11||Tale of the Cat||$100,000||3&UP||Dirt||6 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Aug 12||Adirondack||II||$200,000||F2YO||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Aug 12||Fourstardave Handicap||I||$500,000||3&UP||Turf||1 Mile|
|Sunday, Aug 13||Saratoga Special presented by Coors Light||II||$200,000||2YO||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Monday, Aug 14||Saratoga Dew (NYB)||$100,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Wednesday, Aug 16||Bolton Landing||$100,000||F2YO||Turf||5 1/2|
|Thursday, Aug 17||Union Avenue (NYB)||$100,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Friday, Aug 18||Skidmore||$100,000||2YO||Turf||5 1/2|
|Saturday, Aug 19||Alabama||I||$600,000||F3YO||Dirt||1 1/4|
|Saturday, Aug 19||Lake Placid||II||$300,000||F3YO||Turf||1 1/8|
|Sunday, Aug 20||Summer Colony||$100,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Monday, Aug 21||Evan Shipman (NYB)||$100,000||3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Wednesday, Aug 23||John’s Call||$100,000||3&UP||Turf||1 5/8|
|Thursday, Aug 24||New York Turf Writers Cup||I||$150,000||4&UP||Turf||2 3/8|
|Thursday, Aug 24||Riskaverse||$100,000||F3YO||Turf||1 Mile|
|Friday, Aug 25||Albany (NYB)||$250,000||3YO||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Friday, Aug 25||Fleet Indian (NYB)||$200,000||F3YO||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Friday, Aug 25||Funny Cide (NYB)||$200,000||2YO||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Friday, Aug 25||Seeking the Ante (NYB)||$200,000||F2YO||Dirt||6 1/2 Furlongs|
|Friday, Aug 25||West Point presented by Trustco Bank||$150,000||3&UP||Turf||1 1/16|
|Friday, Aug 25||Yaddo (NYB)||$150,000||F&M 3&UP||Turf||1 1/16|
|Saturday, Aug 26||Forego||I||$600,000||3&UP||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Aug 26||H. Allen Jerkens Memorial||I||$500,000||3YO||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Aug 26||Ketel One Ballerina||I||$500,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Aug 26||Personal Ensign||I||$700,000||F&M 3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Saturday, Aug 26||Sword Dancer||I||$1,000,000||3&UP||Turf||1 1/2|
|Saturday, Aug 26||Travers||I||$1,250,000||3YO||Dirt||1 1/4|
|Saturday, Aug 26||Woodford Reserve Ballston Spa||II||$400,000||F&M 3&UP||Turf||1 1/16|
|Sunday, Aug 27||Smart N Fancy||$100,000||F&M 3&UP||Turf||5 1/2 Furlongs|
|Monday, Aug 28||Better Talk Now||$100,000||3YO||Turf||1 Mile|
|Wednesday, Aug 30||With Anticipation||III||$150,000||2YO||Turf||1 1/16|
|Thursday, Aug 31||P. G. Johnson||$100,000||F2YO||Turf||1 1/16|
|Friday, Sep 01||Lucky Coin||$100,000||4&UP||Turf||5 1/2 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Sep 02||Glens Falls||III||$200,000||F&M 3&UP||Turf||1 3/8|
|Saturday, Sep 02||Saranac||III||$300,000||3YO||Turf||1 1/8|
|Saturday, Sep 02||Spinaway||I||$350,000||F2YO||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
|Saturday, Sep 02||Woodward||I||$750,000||3&UP||Dirt||1 1/8|
|Sunday, Sep 03||Prioress||II||$250,000||F3YO||Dirt||6 Furlongs|
|Monday, Sep 04||Bernard Baruch Handicap||II||$250,000||3&UP||Turf||1 1/16|
|Monday, Sep 04||Hopeful||I||$350,000||2YO||Dirt||7 Furlongs|
Saratoga Synonymous With 2-Year-Old Racing
by James Scully
Connections point their promising youngsters, whether regallybred or conceived on a modest budget, toward the boutique meet in upstate New York and future standouts emerge every year from Saratoga’s excellent 2-year-old program. Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming and Belmont Stakes hero Tapwrit are recent examples of major race winners who competed as juveniles at Saratoga.
Along with an abundance of maiden special weight events, Saratoga offers three graded events for each gender on dirt along with state-bred and turf stakes during the six-week session.
Let’s look at some notable 2-year-old performers so far this year who may be pointing toward Saratoga, listed by trainer:
A 12-time leading trainer at Saratoga, Todd Pletcher had a sixyear run snapped by Chad Brown in 2016. With Brown’s forte being turf racing (he led Pletcher by a 26-8 margin last year), Pletcher needs to significantly outpace his rival in 2-year-old races in order to wrest back the crown. His advantage was 15-5 last year and Pletcher will be looking to add to his juvenile win total in 2017 with an arsenal of more than 50 horses, including many who haven’t started yet. Here are some with experience to watch for:
ADMIRAL JIMMY: Gulfstream debut maiden winner exits third in June 9 Tremont at Belmont. Jimmy Creed colt nominated to July 22 Sanford (G3).
BAL HARBOUR: Second-time out Gulfstream winner, First Samurai colt nominated to Sanford.
BERNADETTA: Bernardini filly romped at Gulfstream when unveiled in early July.
CLASSY DANCER: Captured initial attempt on Gulfstream turf and Speightstown filly will look to rebound from fifth as favorite in July 1 Brave Raj on dirt.
EARTH: Won at first asking on Gulfstream turf in mid-June. Orb colt nominated to Sanford.
PURE SILVER: Easily defeated New York-bred foes at Belmont. Daughter of Mission Impazible nominated to July 21 Schuylerville (G3).
SCRAPPER: $600,000 Orb colt just missed when debuting at Gulfstream in early June, finishing second as 4-5 favorite.
STAINLESS: Impressive first-out winner at Gulfstream in late May, Flatter filly appears headed to Schuylerville.
SUGAR QUEEN: Belmont debut winner exits fourth as favorite in June 8 Astoria. Gemologist filly nominated to Schuylerville.
WHAT A CATCH: Smashing first-out winner at Belmont, Justin Phillip colt continued to impress leading wire-to-wire in recent New York-bred stakes.
The leading trainer at the spring/summer Churchill Downs meet, Steve Asmussen wins plenty of 2-year-old races. Hall of Famer has conditioned numerous champions and captured 2-of-3 legs of the Triple Crown, with the Kentucky Derby being one of the few omissions on his resume. He has finished second twice, including Lookin at Lee this year, and we have the chance to see some of his early candidates for the 2018 Run for the Roses as Asmussen figures to be well-represented in both juvenile divisions at the Spa.
BAFFIN: Drew off smartly in June debut at Churchill and Justin Phillip colt is targeting opening-weekend Sanford.
BUY SELL HOLD: First winner from Violence, gray filly defeated males in Kentucky Juvenile at Churchill the second-time out. Will try to make it three straight in Schuylerville.
COPPER BULLET: Terrific maiden winner second time out but immaturity cost him as he recorded an eventful runner-up in Bashford Manor (G3). More Than Ready colt could target August 13 Saratoga Special (G2).
DIRECT DIAL: Texas-bred son of Too Much Bling crushed open foes at Keeneland and exits a respectable second in Tremont. Will bring high speed to Sanford.
LAUDATION: Convincing odds-on winner the second-time out at Churchill in late June, Congrats filly is nominated to Schuylerville.
RERIDE: Caught the eye blistering maiden foes at Churchill Downs. Candy Ride colt hasn’t worked since mid-June so status is unknown.
SHE’S A JULIE: Elusive Quality filly rolled first-time out at Churchill in late May and will look to rebound after unplaced effort in Debutante on sloppy track.
Mark Casse has raced both of his 2-year-old Breeders’ Cup race winners, Classic Empire and Catch a Glimpse, at Saratoga and will try to improve upon last year’s 10-win total with an expected solid roster of juveniles.
BLUEBLOOD: City Zip colt 2-for-2 on Woodbine’s Tapeta, winning Victoria Stakes most recently, and Fox Hill Farms colorbearer eligible to try a Spa stakes.
FLAMEAWAY: Rolled to a front-running score at Woodbine in late May and Scat Daddy colt training at Saratoga for second outing.
MO DIDDLEY: Debut Churchill winner was flattered when fourth-placer Shangroyal captured salty Belmont maiden next out. Uncle Mo colt nominated to Sanford.
SNOWFIRE: $500,000 Tapit filly rolled to four-length tally at Churchill first-time out in late June. Nominated to Schuylerville.
Wesley Ward is well-known for his prowess with young runners and Saratoga is a typical destination. But it won’t be a surprise to see him ship out for a Del Mar stakes given that the Breeders’ Cup will be hosted by the seaside oval this year.
ARAWAK: Runaway Belmont debut winner didn’t handle turf at Royal Ascot. Uncle Mo colt has returned to the worktab.
PRINCESS PEGGY: Scat Daddy filly is back working after unplaced turf try at Royal Ascot, nominated to Schuylerville. Impressive first-out winner at Belmont in late May.
SCHIANTI: Cruised to a three-length decision at in career bow, leading wire-to-wire at Monmouth in early June. Distorted Humor nominated to Schuylerville.
SHANGROYAL: Shanghai Bobby colt displayed high speed and held on to defeat a nice group of rivals second-time out at Belmont in July.
Dale Romans sent out a trio of first-out maiden winners late in the Churchill Downs meet and has nominated all three colts to the Sanford.
DAK ATTACK: A son of Ghostzapper, $625,000 purchase drew off nicely late in front-running score.
FREE DROP BILLY: By Union Rags, he rallied to win going away by three lengths.
HOLLYWOOD STAR: $550,000 son of Malibu Moon overcame a troubled start to prevail.
Kenny McPeek sent out a nice pair of stakes winners on Churchill Downs’ June 30 closing-day program.
SUNNY SKIES: First North American winner for Animal Kingdom, Debutante heroine has rolled to convincing wire-towire tallies in a pair of starts.
TEN CITY: By Run Away and Hide, savvy $12,000 purchase improved to 2-for-2 in Bashford Manor. September 4 Hopeful (G1) an option later in the meet.
BEST PERFORMANCE: First-out maiden scorer exits runner-up in Astoria, Broken Vow filly nominated to Schuylerville. Jeremiah Englehart
I STILL MISS YOU: New York-bred debut winner made seamless transition to open company in Astoria, scoring by 2 ¼ lengths. Majestic Warrior filly nominated to Schuylerville. Horacio DePaz
HE HATE ME: Algorithms colt Improved to 2-for-2 with 3 ¼-length Tremont win, waiting for his return to worktab.
Using All-Ways Data From BRIS To Handicap Saratoga
by Ed DeRosa
As a multi-race player, finding winners is the most important output of my handicapping process, and there’s no meeting where finding winners is at a premium more than Saratoga Race Course.
i.e. everyone wants to be right at Saratoga.
Unfortunately, being right can come at a price because Saratoga is one meeting where popular angles get hammered because the more casual players are only familiar with popular angles (like Speed Ratings, Prime Power, etc.).
Brisnet.com’s proprietary data in Ultimate Past Performances can help you find winners.
Going back to the 2007 season, which covers 3,907 races in my Brisnet.com ALLWAYS database, there have been 411 races with a horse with an edge of at least 10 in prime power, and 169 of those horses have won for a gaudy win percentage of 38.93%, but the ROI is just an OK -6% (beats the takeout, but hardly profitable, and really unlikely to be profitable because these horses are typically short priced. A best last-out Speed Rating by more than 10 points fares a little better in that the ROI is only -3% despite a fewer percentage of winners with 141 winners from 393 horses for a 35.88% strike rate.
However, when combining the two angles (a horse ranked on top of both Prime Power and last-out Speed by at least 10 points in each category), you get 73 winners from 162 horses for a win percentage of 45% and an ROI of a super impressive +16%.
Unfortunately, this angle only shows up about 1-2 times/ week at Saratoga, but it’s practically money in the bank when using Brisnet.com Ultimate Past Performances.
Here is how often the top-ranked horse in each of these Brisnet.com stat categories won their respective races in 2016 at Saratoga Race Course:
|Category||Dirt Sprint||Dirt Route||Turf Sprint||All Races|
Saratoga Race Meet Statistics and Information for Handicapping
Saratoga Top Jockeys and Top Trainers of the Past 3 Years
|SARATOGA JOCKEYS 2016|
|JOCKEY STARTS 1ST 2ND 3RD WIN % EARNINGS|
|1. Jose Ortiz 296 65 35 35 22% $4,687,298|
|2. Irad Ortiz Jr. 314 57 51 50 18% $5,192,978|
|3. Javier Castellano 261 51 50 36 20% $5,352,617|
|4. John Velazquez 212 44 24 23 21% $4,325,363|
|5. Joel Rosario 192 30 18 30 16% $3,604,530|
|6. Luis Saez 234 28 31 40 12% $2,394,020|
|7. Manuel Franco 261 22 29 25 8% $1,803,295|
|8. Jose Lezcano 121 20 16 15 17% $1,468,959|
|9. Ricardo Santana Jr. 192 14 20 21 7% $1,215,489|
|10. Junior Alvarado 162 12 29 17 7% $1,630,086|
|SARATOGA TRAINERS 2016|
|TRAINER STARTS 1ST 2ND 3RD WIN % EARNINGS|
|1. Chad Brown 164 40 35 23 24% $4,889,285|
|2. Todd Pletcher 149 31 20 23 21% $3,039,098|
|3. Kiaran McLaughlin 64 13 12 7 20% $2,251,175|
|4. Rudy Rodriguez 85 12 9 9 14% $823,227|
|5. Mike Maker 65 11 8 5 17% $630,289|
|6. Steve Asmussen 77 10 13 9 13% $1,026,983|
|7. Mark Casse 54 10 11 9 19% $1,021,438|
|8. George Weaver 74 10 11 14 14% $824,852|
|9. David Jacobson 49 10 8 9 20% $596,799|
|10. Linda Rice 49 10 10 7 20% $593,030|
|SARATOGA JOCKEYS 2015|
|JOCKEY STARTS 1ST 2ND 3RD WIN % EARNINGS|
|1. Irad Ortiz Jr. 284 57 39 46 20% $4,576,929|
|2. Javier Castellano 296 54 45 42 18% $6,868,409|
|3. John Velazquez 239 45 39 24 19% $4,992,917|
|4. Jose Ortiz 260 38 43 35 15% $3,452,628|
|5. Luis Saez 238 35 27 27 15% $2,822,630|
|6. Joel Rosario 185 28 30 21 15% $2,703,698|
|7. Junior Alvarado 188 23 23 24 12% $2,114,482|
|8. Eric Cancel 178 18 20 15 10% $1,227,934|
|9. Jose Lezcano 160 16 17 21 10% $1,795,877|
|10. Kendrick Carmouche 160 16 14 15 10% $1,260,314|
|SARATOGA TRAINERS 2015|
|TRAINER STARTS 1ST 2ND 3RD WIN % EARNINGS|
|1. Todd Pletcher 173 34 29 24 20% $4,605,360|
|2. Chad Brown 142 31 21 23 22% $2,655,834|
|3. Bill Mott 92 16 19 17 17% $1,742,692|
|4. Christophe Clement 60 15 10 6 25% $1,407,358|
|5. Rudy Rodriguez 81 15 15 10 19% $1,031,365|
|6. Kiaran McLaughlin 54 13 9 8 24% $1,740,966|
|7. George Weaver 68 12 13 6 18% $800,113|
|8. Jeremiah Englehart 44 11 5 4 25% $605,436|
|9. David Jacobson 74 9 9 18 12% $621,966|
|10. Shug McGaughey 40 8 7 3 20% $1,435,673|
|SARATOGA JOCKEYS 2014|
|JOCKEY STARTS 1ST 2ND 3RD WIN % EARNINGS|
|1. Javier Castellano 246 58 43 35 24% $5,292,324|
|2. Irad Ortiz Jr. 260 53 44 34 20% $4,531,676|
|3. John Velazquez 217 38 39 25 18% $4,295,593|
|4. Joel Rosario 200 33 27 31 17% $3,411,211|
|5. Jose Ortiz 215 31 25 27 14% $2,596,798|
|6. Rajiv Maragh 162 21 23 24 13% $2,821,011|
|7. Junior Alvarado 138 18 27 15 13% $2,359,329|
|8. Cornelio Velasquez 123 18 14 14 15% $1,619,507|
|9. Jose Lezcano 144 17 17 21 12% $1,645,304|
|10. Rosie Napravnik 103 17 10 17 17% $1,352,573|
|SARATOGA TRAINERS 2014|
|TRAINER STARTS 1ST 2ND 3RD WIN % EARNINGS|
|1. Todd Pletcher 131 28 25 16 21% $2,971.99|
|2. Chad Brown 98 23 15 14 23% $1,905,604|
|3. Bill Mott 81 13 13 10 16% $1,748,326|
|4. Mike Maker 59 12 9 7 20% $706,740|
|5. Graham Motion 68 11 9 8 16% $1,378,541|
|6. Rudy Rodriguez 74 11 9 14 15% $848,165|
|7. George Weaver 54 11 6 9 20% $674,349|
|8. Bruce Levine 43 10 6 5 23% $536,238|
|9. James Jerkens 28 9 5 2 32% $1,828,126|
|10. Kiaran McLaughlin 46 9 8 4 20% $988,177|
Saratoga At A Glance From the Previous Full Meet
|Avg. Winning Odds: 5.29 - 1|
|Favorite Win%: 36%, Favorite Itm%: 68%|
|TRACK BIAS MEET(07/22 - 09/05)|
|TRACK BIAS WEEK(08/30 - 09/05)|
|Who's HOT, Who's NOT|
|McGaughey III Claude R.||10||4||0||1||7.09||1||19%|
|Bond H. James||7||3||0||0||10.83||2||14%|
|Fout Paul Douglas||4||2||0||0||9.98||0||13%|
|Ortiz Jose L.||49||16||7||2||6.21||3||20%|
|Contessa Gary C.||27||0||1||2||15.77||1||10%|
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