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Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

NYRA CEO Chris Kay, Marylou Whitney and husband John Hendrickson in the Winners Circle on Whitney Day at the track. (Cathleen Duffy)
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Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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NYRA CEO Chris Kay, Marylou Whitney and husband John Hendrickson in the Winners Circle on Whitney Day at the track. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Marylou Whitney is surprised with a bouquet of roses from CEO Angelo Calbone at the Saratoga Hospital benefit. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Congressman Paul Tonko cuts the rug with Liz Bishop, CBS-6 News anchor, at the National Museum of Dance gala. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Leona Velazquez, retired Hall of Fame jockey Ramon Dominguez and wife Sharon, and Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez at the National Museum of Racing Ball. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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A vintage sports car parked outside Saratoga Hospital’s benefit at the polo field at Saratoga Casino Hotel. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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From left: Restaurateur David Zecchini, Dimitri Khazin and Jermaine Wells at Taste of Travers at the National Museum of Dance. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Sarah White, Natalie Sillery and Trina White at Taste of Travers, a benefit for the Senior Center of Saratoga, at the Dance Museum. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Terry and Debbie Finley of West Point Thoroughbreds at the Racetrack Chaplaincy benefit at Saratoga National. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Paul Oreffice, Dogwood Stable founder Cot Campbell, and Charles Wheeler at Marylou Whitney and John Hendrickson’s Opening Day Luncheon at the track. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Diane Stage-Fowler with designer Dan O’Neil on the runway at the Ronald McDonald House Fashion Show at Saratoga Race Course. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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Jockey agent Ronnie Ebanks sings “Strokin’” with jockey wives as back-up singers at the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund benefit at Vapor. (Cathleen Duffy)

Saratoga After Dark: A Summer To Remember In The Spa City

All the highlights from an action-packed party scene.

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From left, Barbara and Donnie Lucarelli, Lauren and Jeff Cannizzo, and Ramon and Sharon Dominguez at Taste of Travers at the Dance Museum. (Cathleen Duffy)

It’s the end of another remarkable social season in Saratoga, with some standout moments we’ll never forget.

The Double H Ranch held its 25th Anniversary Gala at the end of June, and it kicked off the summer with such a bang, we’re still thinking about it. With a record-breaking 954 attendees, the night brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Ranch.

Also unforgettable was Opening Day Eve at Siro’s Cup, when amid a 1,200-guest crowd we spotted the impeccably dressed John and Marylou, out to support the Center for Disability Services. The evening raised $200,000 for the center, and seeing The Queen of Saratoga out on the town only made the night more memorable.

Our August was a blur, but the long-awaited Saratoga Hospital Summer Gala didn’t disappoint. A perfect “Adirondack Summer” night, the gala raised $370,000 for the hospital’s Community Health Center and the 1,080-guest crowd left with auction prizes from Hamilton tickets to exotic trips. And again, a Marylou sighting paired with her surprise $50,000 donation topped off a wonderful summer of giving.

For all the details and party photos from this summer’s events, head to our website.

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