Los Alamitos Race Course is offering a Valentine's Day Package on Saturday night, February 14. The package includes admission to the Vessels Club, a four-course gourmet dinner, complimentary champagne, 8x10 photo, Pick the Ponies contest for cash prizes, a wagering cash voucher, plus live music and of course, a live horse racing program. Pre-purchase the Valentine’s special by calling 714-820-2681. $68 per person (includes tax and gratuity). Click the image on the left for more info.
Live racing continues with the Los Alamitos' Quarter Horse and Nighttime Thoroughbred racing season on Friday, January 30 with an 8-race program starting at 7 p.m. The evening's action will be headed by a Pick 6 Carryover of $23,333. The Pick 6 will start with race #3. For more info, please call 714-820-2800.
Watch and wager on all of the top east coast daytime simulcast action seven days at week at Los Alamitos. Play the races from Florida, New York, Kentucky and more. Plus, enjoy simulcast racing action from Santa Anita at Los Alamitos. Simulcasting from Santa Anita and Golden Gate returns on Saturday afternoon. Gates open at 9:30 a.m. For more info call 714-820-2800.
TVG's Les Onaka will visit the satellite simulcast location at Santa Clarita to conduct a handicapping contest for $300 in cash, plus a Los Alamitos calendar giveaway on Saturday, January 31 starting at 5 p.m. The handicapping contest will consist of a Pick the Winners Contest featuring the Los Alamitos races #3-8 on January 31. For more info, please call 714-820-2690.
Los Alamitos resident California Chrome, last year’s Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, has won the 2014 Horse of the Year, which was announced Saturday evening at the 44th annual Eclipse Awards. In addition to the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, California Chrome, a son of Lucky Pulpit, won the California Cup Derby, the San Felipe Stakes, the Santa Anita Derby, and the Hollywood Derby on turf. Los Alamitos congratulates California Chrome, Sherman Racing, owners Perry Martin and Steve Coburn and jockey Victor Espinoza.