Los Alamitos

YESTERDAY September 29, 2016
Start Somethin Bad will start in her first futurity in the $430,000 Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Racing Association Breeders’ Futurity at Los Alamitos on Saturday, one of four fillies in the 350-yard final.
September 28, 2016
Ima Fearless Hero, the champion 2-year-old Quarter Horse gelding of 2015, will start in his first major stakes of 2016 in Friday’s $177,000 Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Racing Association Breeders’ Derby at Los Alamitos.
September 23, 2016
Quirky has made two starts this year, both in stakes and nearly seven months apart, and she won them both. The mini winning streak will make Quirky a heavy favorite in the $100,000 Mildred Vessels Handicap at Los Alamitos on Sunday.
September 05, 2016
Heza Dasha Fire, the 2015 World Champion Quarter Horse, was the easy winner of Sunday’s $100,000 Go Man Go Handicap at Los Alamitos, assuming command of the nation’s older horse division in advance of the major races this fall.
June 26, 2015
Between July 2 and July 12 Los Alamitos is running the first of its three mini-meets created from the Hollywood Park dates that neither Santa Anita nor Del Mar wanted to run, as well as the abandonment of racing by Fairplex Park. Blink and you miss ...
July 04, 2014
Those 5,702 patrons passing through the turnstiles at Los Alamitos Race Course on Thursday afternoon had no idea they were semi-willing participants in a grand experiment, one designed to gauge the chances of Thoroughbred racing in Southern California ...
July 03, 2014
You call Jim Rome to talk about Shared Belief making his return to stakes competition Saturday in the $500,000 Los Alamitos Derby, and the least you hope for is a little taste of smack from the man who runs the jungle. Instead, what do you get? Adlai ...
July 01, 2014
Beginning Thursday, Los Alamitos will be home to both top-class Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing. You might think this would be cause for an identity crisis, but the two worlds have been intermingling for decades.
March 05, 2014
California Chrome, the impressive winner of two straight races for California-breds, will represent not only his state’s breeding industry but the track where he trains, Los Alamitos, when he runs in Saturday’s San Felipe Stakes.
October 18, 2013
Los Alamitos is poised to start construction on transforming its five-furlong track to a one-mile oval, and much thought has gone into how to do it right.