Saratoga: Cloud Computing is set to race for the first time since his upset victory over Classic Empire in the 142nd Preakness on May 20 at Pimlico Race Course in Saturday's 11/8-mile Jim Dandy (G2) at Saratoga. Trainer Chad Brown hopes to use the Jim Dandy as a springboard to Saratoga's $1.25 million Travers (G1), run at 11/4 miles Aug. 26. He shares topweight of 123 pounds in an abbreviated field of five with Always Dreaming, the Kentucky Derby winner that finished eighth as the Preakness favorite and also making his return. Multiple Grade 1 winner A.P. Indian, the defending champion, is one of two Maryland-based horses to face off in the Alfred G. Vanderbilt (G1) on Saturday at Saratoga. Based at Fair Hill with trainer Arnaud Delacour, A.P. Indian was second by a half-length to Whitmore in the Maryland Sprint (G3) on May 20 at Pimlico. Trainer Graham Motion, also based at Fair Hill, will be represented at Saratoga Saturday by Ascend in the Bowling Green (G2). Maryland-based Irish War Cry will make his first start since the Belmont as the 5-2 favorite in Sunday's 11/8-mile Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park.