Los Alamitos will open its grandstand gates and Vessels Club at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday morning for simulcast racing coverage from Dubai headed by the $10 million Dubai World Club (post time 10 a.m.). The Vessels Club will feature breakfast specials and an elegant atmosphere to enjoy the world's richest horse race. For info call 714-820-2800. Here's the schedule for the Dubai races being shown LIVE at Los Alamitos on Saturday morning: Race#7: The Dubai Duty Free at 8:40 a.m. Race #8: The Dubai Sheema Classic at 9:15 a.m. Race #9: The Dubai World Cup featuring California Chrome at 10 a.m. California Chrome is the first U.S. Horse of the Year to ship over to Dubai for Dubai World Cup since Curlin in 2008.
Gate works for 2-year-olds was are now up to date through Thursday, March 26. There are over 230 freshman sprinters now featured in the workouts section. Videos of all the works are now available on this site. Click on the image on the left to watch the works from March 7 thru 26. The link's permanent home is on the right hand column of this page. For more info call 714-820-2690.
This Friday's program will feature a Pick 6 Carryover of $10,514 at Los Alamitos. First post time is 7 p.m. Live racing continues on a Friday through Sunday basis at Los Alamitos. Night time simulcasting of Australia, harness racing and more will also be featured. For more info, please call 714-820-2800.
Los Alamitos Race Course's most famous resident, California Chrome, will headline the $10 million Dubai World Cup to be held on Saturday, March 28. Los Alamitos will open the grandstand and Vessels Club at 8:30 a.m. to simulcast the Dubai races on March 28. Vessels Club will offer breakfast specials on Dubai World Cup Day. Clubhouse will open will open at 10 a.m. California Chrome, last year’s Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, was named the 2014 Horse of the Year. For info call 714-820-2800.
Los Alamitos will host the first 2015 CalRacing.com Players’ Tournament on Sunday, April 26. Sign ups will take place in the Racing Rewards booth from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. The entry fee is $20, 100% of which will be placed in a statewide prize pool. Each participant will be required to play with a $30 bankroll. Total cost of the tournament is $50. Finish at the top of the standings to win cash prizes and could win a coveted seat in the 2016 DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas. Click on the left image for complete info or call 714-820-2690.
Enjoy simulcasting of the daytime Thoroughbred racing action seven days a week at Los Alamitos. On Friday, gates will open at 9:30 a.m. for simulcasting of the east coast Thoroughbred races, plus Santa Anita and Golden Gate on Thursday through Sunday. For info call 714-820-2800.