California Horse Racing Meet Rises

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Total mutuel handle generated in California for the Los Angeles County Fair meet at Los Alamitos, which concluded Sunday, Sept. 24, was up slightly over the 2016 season.

The total handle in California – including on-track, off track betting sites and through advance deposit wagering entities – was $41,982,620 compared to $41,690,533. Those figures represent a 0.7% gain. The all-sources total co-mingled handle for the meet, including sites outside of California, was $62,737,026, compared to $63,147,196, a slight decrease of 0.6%.

Daytime thoroughbred racing will return to Los Alamitos Thursday, Nov. 30 with the start of the Winter meet. The 12-day season will continue through Sunday, Dec. 17 with racing conducted on a Thursday-Sunday basis.

The meet will be highlighted by a pair of Grade I races for 2-year-olds. The $300,000 Starlet for fillies and the $300,000 Los Alamitos CashCall Futurity will be run Saturday, Dec. 9.

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