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FASHION SENSE: Critical Cathy, the three-year-old filly named after The New York Times’ fashion critic Cathy Horyn, won an allowance race Sunday at Saratoga Race Course. Owned by Barry Schwartz, former chairman of Calvin Klein Inc., Critical Cathy won by six and a quarter lengths. “She’s a big, pretty gray filly,” said Schwartz, noting he’s received compliments on the way his silks look on her. “They really look sharp on a light gray horse,” said Schwartz, who was reached in Saratoga. The purse was $61,000, and Critical Cathy paid $11 to win, topping a $74 exacta. Horyn, who owned horses growing up, said she’s thrilled to have a horse named after her, although she hasn’t placed any bets on her yet. “I’ve never actually seen her race,” said Horyn. “I’ve met her [at Schwartz’s] farm before she was old enough to run. She’s gorgeous.”

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