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Union Avenue Stakes

The Union Avenue is an American ungraded Thoroughbred horse race race run annually at Saratoga Race Course. The race is restricted to fillies and mares 3-years-old and up who were bred in the State of New York. It is raced at a distance of six furlongs on the dirt and offers a purse of $70,000 added.

The Union Avenue, inaugurated in 2004, is named for the famed street in Saratoga Springs, New York where the track is located.

Winners of the Union Avenue Stakes







2008 By The Light 3 Edgar Prado Rick Dutrow Jay Em Ess Stable 1:10.58
2007 Karakorum Starlet 4 Kent Desormeaux Jeff Odintz Karakorum Farm 1:10.95
2006 Gold Like U 5 Edgar Prado Richard E. Dutrow, Jr. V. S. Scuderi/Sullivan Lane Stb 1:10.04
2005 Lapis 5 Cornelio Velasquez John O. Hertler Carolyn Wilson 1:11.40
2004 Sugar Punch 3 Edgar Prado Richard E. Dutrow, Jr. IEAH Stables et al. 1:09.81



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