Bernardini will stay in Saratoga to train for the Aug. 26 Travers, where he will try to become the seventh horse in the track's history to win both the Jim Dandy and the Travers. Campo said the rest of the field won't likely be determined until the Haskell is run Saturday at Monmouth Park in New Jersey.
"I think it's too early to tell. I think Nick Zito has a couple of horses he's thinking about (including Hemingway's Key), and with the Haskell coming up, we'll see what comes out of that," he said.
This weekend at Saratoga: Saturday's race card is highlighted by two Grade I stakes races " the Whitney Handicap and the Darley Test. The Whitney for older horses will likely feature last year's Jim Dandy and Travers winner, Flower Alley.
Sunday is the annual Saratoga T-shirt giveaway, as well as the Grade II Fourstardave handicap.
Monday brings the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion. The induction class includes trainer Carl Hanford, jockey Bill Boland and turf champion Cougar II.""