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Santa Anita Handicap


Race Name Grade Track
Santa Anita Handicap 1 Santa Anita Park Santa Anita Park


Santa Anita Handicap

The Santa Anita Handicap has an incredibly rich tradition and is one of the premier West Coast horse races. It is a grade 1 Thoroughbred horse race that has historically brought together the very best older horses in the USA. It is held every year at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, California and the purse of $1,000,000 is secondary to the presitge of winning the race.



Santa Anita Handicap Racetrack

Santa Anita Park

The Santa Anita Handicap is arguably the most important winter race in North America. When the race was first run it immediately captured national attention by offering a purse of $100,000, which at the time (1935) was a huge sum of money. The race became known as "The Hundred Grander".

Santa Anita Park

The race is also well known for the feat of the renowned horse Seabiscuit, who capped his career by finally winning the Santa Anita Handicap (as dramatized in the movie Seabiscuit).



Santa Anita Handicap - Past Winners

2002 Milwaukee Brew
2003 Milwaukee Brew
2004 Southern Image
2005 Rock Hard Ten
2006 Lava Man


Santa Anita Handicap - Betting

Santa Anita Handicap

Santa Anita Handicap

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