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Heavy Rains Force Santa Anita To Cancel Thursday Live Racing Program

Due to heavy overnight rains and a 100 percent likelihood of continued wet weather, Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., has cancelled Thursday's eight-race card, which was scheduled to get underway at 1 p.m. According to Santa Anita track superintendent Andy LaRocco, Santa Anita has taken on 3 1/2 inches of rain since Monday, and […]

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May 27 Gold Cup Day Highlights Santa Anita Spring Stakes Schedule

Santa Anita's 2019 Spring Stakes Schedule, which runs from Saturday, April 13, through Sunday, June 23, will offer fans and horsemen a total of 35 added money events, headlined by three Grade I, half million dollar stakes, all on May 27—the Gold Cup at Santa Anita, the Gamely and the Shoemaker Mile (turf). In all, […]

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Thursday’s Rainbow Six At Santa Anita Features $603,541 Carryover

With $309,456 in ‘new' money helping to sweeten the pot, Sunday's 20 cent Single Ticket Pick Six Jackpot at Santa Anita featured a total pool of $842,151, which helped to provide a consolation payout for six winners of $1,206.60 on 137 separate tickets. Dating back to opening day, Dec. 26, the daily consolation payout in […]

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‘Satisfying’ To See Victor Espinoza Back Atop A Thoroughbred At Santa Anita

Racing is a little brighter today. Victor Espinoza is back with his smile that would light up a room. For the first time in more than five months, when he suffered fractured vertebrae and other serious injuries in a training mishap at Del Mar on July 22, the 46-year-old Hall of Fame member and three-time […]

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Former Horse Owner Blankets Santa Anita Backstretch With ‘Liquidation Merchandise’

Three days before the Los Angeles Chargers play the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC Wild Card Round playoff game in Baltimore, Santa Anita backstretch workers will score a touchdown of their own, as courtesy of former horse owner, Bhart Manwani, 1,000 blue, black, gold and white king-sized blankets, emblazoned “Chargers,” will be distributed Friday at […]

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Crisford Upbeat While Realistic Over Return To Dubai In Different Role

Trainer Simon Crisford, the former racing manager for Godolphin for more than two decades – including more than 200 Grade/Group 1s — has returned in a big way. Once a mainstay of the Dubai racing scene, he resurfaces as head conditioner of a burgeoning yard and appears primed for what could be a game-changing winter […]

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Caribou Club Upsets Stormy Liberal In Joe Hernandez

With a suicidal pace battle to exploit, Caribou Club, with Joe Talamo at the controls, split horses a furlong from home and rallied to take Tuesday's Grade III, $100,000 Joe Hernandez Stakes by 1 1/4 lengths over two-time Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint winner Stormy Liberal at Santa Anita in Arcadia, Calif.  A Glen Hill Farm […]

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