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Golden Gate’s Winter/Spring Meet Offers Revamped Wagering Menu

A shining light on the East San Francisco Bay since 1941, Golden Gate Fields will open for its 94-day Winter/Spring Meet on Tuesday, Dec. 26, and will offer fans full fields, top horses, jockeys and trainers. The Winter/Spring meet, which runs through Sunday, June 10, will also offer a revamped wagering menu that will include 50 […]

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Daniel Eidson Named Santa Anita Park’s Racing Director

With Santa Anita’s traditional Winter Meet opener looming on Tuesday, Dec. 26, veteran racing official Daniel Eidson has returned to Southern California following a four year stint in New York to become Santa Anita Park’s Racing Director. Eidson, 65, who served with distinction for more than 30 years in various roles at Golden Gate Fields and […]

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Golden Gate Reports Significant Gains In All-Source & On-Track Handle For Fall Meet

Golden Gate Fields concluded a successful fall meet on December 10 with very strong year over year gains in handle. The all-source handle saw a double digit increase of 12% while on-track handle was also up, showing an 8% gain. Total on-track attendance for the fall meet was steady, with a slight increase from 2016. […]

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Northern California Shippers Score Big On Both Coasts

Last Saturday, Bay Area equine stars Mended and Krsto Skye represented the Golden Gate Fields racing community in a big way. Mended, trained by John Martin, shipped east from the Albany, Calif., racetrack to run in the $110,000 Claiming Crown Glass Slipper at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla. The Kentucky-bred daughter of Broken Vow […]

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Golden Gate To Add $1 Rolling Super High Fives & Second 50-Cent Pick Five To Wagering Menu

Golden Gate Fields has announced it will make significant changes to its wagering menu when the Bay Area track opens for its Winter/Spring Meet on Tuesday, Dec. 26. With one dollar rolling Super High Fives available throughout the day, Golden Gate is also adding a Late 50 cent Pick Five wager, which will be offered […]

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City Plan Develops Winning Strategy, Springs 25-1 Upset In Gold Rush Stakes

Southern California shippers have dominated in stakes races at the 2017 Golden Gate Fields Fall meet and that trend continued on Saturday when City Plan, trained by Eoin Harty, flew up north and proceeded to beat nine other rivals in The $75,000 Gold Rush Stakes for 2-year-olds. City Plan stopped the clock for one mile […]

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Mended Wins Her 10th Consecutive Race In Claiming Crown Glass Slipper

Troy and Maritza Onorato’s Mended kicked off the $1.11 million Claiming Crown Day program in style, extending the longest win streak in the country to 10 races with a 6 ¾-length romp in the $110,000 Glass Slipper Saturday, opening day of Gulfstream Park’s 2017-18 Championship Meet. The one-mile Glass Slipper for fillies and mares 3 and […]

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Bay Area Filly Puts Nine-Race Win Streak On The Line In Saturday’s Claiming Crown

It took some convincing and a cross-country trip of more than 3,000 miles, but trainer John Martin has settled on the next spot for his stable star to attempt to extend what has grown into the longest win streak by any Thoroughbred in the U.S. this year. Troy and Maritza Onorato’s Mended, undefeated through nine […]

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Thursday’s Pick 5 Pool At Golden Gate Expected To Exceed $250,000

With longshots dominating the early action on Sunday, a sizeable Pick 5 carryover of $43,854 awaits fans at Golden Gate Fields this Thursday. With 38 horses entered in Thursday’s Pick 5, average field size stands at 7.6 horses per race. As there is no live racing at Golden Gate on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, track officials project Thursday’s total Pick 5 pool could easily exceed […]

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Brazilian Gr. 1 Winner Editore Captures Berkeley Handicap

 Editore and jockey Brice Blanc sat in midfield before powering away from their competition down the stretch to win The Berkeley Handicap for older colts and geldings. The Berkeley, a Grade 3 event with a $100,000 purse, is the premier race of the Golden Gate Fields Fall Meet. “I knew he had a nice turn […]

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