04/27/2014 11:05AM

Free's review: Gold Rush draws weak fields at new home

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The California Gold Rush took place at Santa Anita for the first time Saturday. Based on level of participation, it was a dud. Average field size for the five statebred stakes was 6.4 runners per race, a sad reflection on the California-bred racing program. Two of the five stakes winners were notable and the three others – not so much.

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