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Top 5 Things To Do at Santa Anita Park

Top 5 Things To Do at Santa Anita Park: Great horse racing is not the only thing that Santa Anita Park has to offer. The grounds themselves have plenty of offerings for patrons to check out while enjoying the 2014 Breeders’ Cup. Make your trip a memorable one while visiting Santa Anita Park for the 31st running of the Breeders’ Cup with our top five things to do list.

Santa Anita Park

Great horse racing is not the only thing that Santa Anita Park has to offer. The grounds themselves have plenty of offerings for patrons to check out while enjoying the Breeders’ Cup on Friday, October 31-Saturday, November 1, 2014.
Photo: Breeders’ Cup Photo ©

The Chandelier Room…

The first place to try is the sophisticated Chandelier Room. It is located on Level 3 and it is elegant and classy. Guests get a glimpse of full socialite living and mingling in the Chandelier Room. There is a full cash bar on site. The Room is for exclusive membership only but you can book a private party as well if you want a full on glamourous and luxurious experience.

Clocker’s Corner…

The second place to check out is the Clockers’ Corner. It is a Santa Anita tradition where breakfast is offered every day until 10am. Guests can eat breakfast and watch the horses’ morning workouts. The space is also frequented by Santa Anita’s jockey colony, trainer stable and premier owners.

Seabiscuit Tour…

The third thing to check out at Santa Anita Park is the Seabiscuit Tour. Near the Clockers’ Corner, guest can board the Seabiscuit Tram and take a tour of The Great Race Place. The tram will take you by the stable area, receiving barn, and the Paddock gardens. You will also see Seabiscuit’s original stall and barn and backdrops from the Seabiscuit movie and even meet the horse who played Seabiscuit. Guests will also get a chance to visit the jockey’s room, silks room, saddling paddock, the walking ring, and the carriage horses under the Grandstand. Tours leave at 8:30am.

The Lanai Room…

The fourth place to check out is the kitschy Lanai Room. It is in the Santa Anita Park Club House and has a spacious setting with food and drink available. It is the perfect place to gather before heading out to watch the races.

The Sports Book…

The fifth place to try is the Sports Book. It is attached to the Chandelier Room and it allows patrons to place wagers and includes high definition screens and areas to lounge with live teller and wagering machines.

Besides these Top 5 places, Santa Anita also has plenty more to offer including, The Winner’s Terrace, Grade One Restaurant, Horseshoe Bar, and Pick 3 just to name a few. You will be sure to have plenty to do and enjoy at Santa Anita Park during your Breeders’ Cup weekend.

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