Say Sandy Baby Wins Big for Local Stable

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Modern technology brings partners together to share victory

In just her second start, locally trained thoroughbred Say Sandy Baby became a big winner for Team Unbridled Racing, a Hudson Valley based group specializing in NY-Bred Racing Partnerships.

On September 28th, Sandy’s owners, from Wall Street to Saratoga, simultaneously experienced their filly’s victory in real time without having to set foot out of their respective homes and offices. Finger Lakes Racetrack, in Farmington, NY is one of only a few racetracks that offers live streaming of races and replays owners and fans at no charge.

Say Sandy Baby, a four year old thoroughbred filly is sired by Columbia County’s own Say Florida Sandy. Say Florida Sandy, a NY-Bred himself, earned $2,085,408 in an extraordinary career. He raced 98 times and won 33 races (19 stakes) from age 2 to 9 years of age.

Using modern technology for this ancient sport is not new to Unbridled Racing. Susan Kayne, UR Team Manager, is also the creator and host of the award-winning Unbridled TV. She has been using her video acumen from the day the partnership started. “It is always our goal to educate new owners as much as we can about their horses and the progress they are making. Sometimes it takes a long time to get a horse to the races, the reasons vary. Geographical distances made it difficult for Sandy’s owners to get together, so we used regular video updates on Unbridled Racing’s You Tube channel ( to bring the partners closer their filly’s progress – it was a big hit! For some partners, it was the first winner they had the joy of owning and thrill of experiencing.”

Say Sandy Baby is trained by Jim Wright, and ridden by jockey Jeremiah Flores, “she did everything right, from loading in the gate, breaking clean and listening to me as we navigated the other horses.”

For more information on this topic, press pictures, interviews, or to visit the horses at Unbridled Racing please contact Susan Kayne at 1.877.WINS.BIG or email: Susan(at)UnbridledRacing(dot)com


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