Go For Wand ($3), Randy Romero up, set a stakes record with a time of 2:00[4/5] in beating Charon by seven lengths in the Alabama Stakes, at Saratoga. The 3-year-old filly bettered Love Sign's 1980 mark for the 1� miles by one fifth of a second and won a purse of $130,560.
Dispersal ($3.40), Kerwin Clark in the saddle, led from wire to wire to defeat No Marker by six lengths and win the Canterbury Cup Handicap, at Canterbury Downs. The 4-year-old colt ran the 1? miles in 1:48[3/5] and earned $90,000.
Who's To Pay ($10.60), ridden by Jean-Luc Samyn, came from behind to beat Steinlen by two lengths and win the Bernard Baruch Handicap, at Saratoga. The 4-year-old gelding covered the 1? miles in 1:48[2/5] and earned $52,920.
Fly Till Dawn ($27), Rafael Meza up, held off a charge by Classic Fame to win the Eddie Read Handicap by a head, at Del Mar. The 4-year-old colt, who took home $157,750, ran the 1? miles in 1:48[1/5].
MOTOR SPORTS-THIERRY BOUTSEN, in a Williams- Renault, led from start to finish to defeat Ayrton Senna, in a McLaren- Honda, by .28 of a second and win the Hungarian Grand Prix. Boutsen averaged 104 mph over 77 laps on the 2.47-mile Hungaroring circuit.
Ricky Rudd, driving a Chevrolet Lumina, beat Geoff Bodine, in a Ford Thunderbird, by 6.54 seconds to win a NASCAR event at Watkins Glen. Rudd averaged 92.452 mph over the 90 laps of the 2.42-mile road circuit and earned $55,000 (page 26).
SHOOTING-The SOVIET UNION defeated Czechoslovakia by four points to win the Men's Free Rifle Prone team competition at the World Shooting Championships, in Moscow. The individual title went to Viacheslav Bochkarev of the U.S.S.R., who shot 701.8 (out of a possible 709) to beat Harald Stenvaag of Norway by .6 of a point.
SKIING—PETER ROTH of West Germany won the first slalom event of the World Cup season, defeating Michael Tritscher of Austria by .01 of a second, at Mount Hutt, New Zealand. In the giant slalom, FREDRIK NYBERG of Sweden climbed from third place to victory with his second run.
TENNIS- STEFAN EDBERG crushed Brad Gilbert 6-1, 6-1 to win his second tour event in as many weeks and $170,200, in Mason, Ohio. With his quarterfinal victory over Michael Chang, Edberg overtook Ivan Lendl on the ATP computer as the No. 1 men's player in the world.
Jordi Arrese beat Nicklas Kulti 7-6, 7-6 to win the Czechoslovak Open and $21,370, in Prague.