Celebs Love Saratoga & Could Be Spotted Any Time!

Celebrities love Saratoga Springs for various reasons, but the race course is definitely at the top. Since the Spa City's best celebrity spotting season starts a little earlier than usual, let's look at the celebs most likely to be seen.

A long time ago, the Saratoga Race Course had a slogan that some of you may remember: "The August Place to Be!" Over time, as the racing season grew in popularity and length, the August place became "The Summer Place to Be!"

But horseracing isn't Toga's only bread and butter.

It has world-class spas, a lively downtown, great bars, shops, golf courses, casino nightlife, gourmet restaurants, and SPAC.

30-40 years ago, when people wanted an exciting night out in the Capital Region, they often landed up in Lake George for a little change of scenery.

But over time, Saratoga claimed its place as the area's number one spot for excitement, highlighted by the glitz and the glamour of the racetrack and everything else the "Spa City" has to offer.

Saratoga's Racing Season Starts Early

Summer is when the stars come out, and the Saratoga racing season begins on July 11th through Labor Day weekend. The biggest turnout of the year will be Travers weekend, August 24th-26th, which is highlighted by the running of the Runhappy Travers Stakes.

Travers weekend brings out the most celebs, influencers, high rollers, and big shots, and if you keep your eyes and ears peeled to the streets and luxury suites, you may spot a famous musician, a movie star, Barstool pizza reviewer, Hall of Fame coach, or an actual Prince!

Since Upstate New York's best celebrity spotting season is now upon us, let's look at the celebs in Saratoga Springs most likely to be seen!

14 Celebs You Might Spot Anytime in Saratoga In The Summer

Gallery Credit: Brian Cody TSM Albany

Inside the Lavish Saratoga Estate Built for NFL Great Bill Parcells

Gallery Credit: Brian Cody TSM Albany

Blinders Off! Take a Peek at This $1.7 Mil Saratoga Race Course Themed Home

This home in Saratoga Springs sits on 3.5 acres. It features four bedrooms and five bathrooms along with a movie room and a billiards room. There are 5100 square feet of beautiful woodworking and subtle touches on the Saratoga Race Course. Well except for the beautiful statue out front of the horse and jockey and the starting gate backsplash in the kitchen. This home sold for $1.7 million. The asking price was $1.9 million.

Gallery Credit: Mary Lourdes Pinckney - Associate Broker, Select Sotheby's Int Realty via Zillow

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