Los Alamitos Race Course

The Grade 3 Los Alamitos Derby on July 15 will be worth $200,000 and is the richest of three stakes at the eight-day Los Alamitos summer meeting July 6-16, the track announced Thursday.Full Story >>
December 15, 2016
Once Art Sherman saddled a horse to beat the supposedly unbeatable Lost in the Fog. In Saturday's Los Alamitos Winter Challenge the shoe is on the other foot.
December 14, 2016
Mike and Linda Stinson will be watching California Chrome's penultimate race Saturday while dreaming of an eventual mating with their prized mare Peppers Pride.
December 11, 2016
The wait-and-see approach is best with horses like Mastery, who build big reputations and big wins on the backs of very, very easy trips.
December 09, 2016
Darrel McHargue is the rare owner of awards for accomplishment on the track and in the stewards' booth.
December 08, 2016
For a guy who started the year with his barn blowing down, Peter Miller has done okay.
September 09, 2016
Here's what you get for $75,000 on a Sunday in September at Los Alamitos: five 3-year-old fillies going six furlongs from the stables of Richard Mandella, Bob Baffert, Doug O'Neill, John Sadler, and Phil D'Amato, who is fresh from his first Del Mar ...
April 28, 2016
Win or lose on Saturday with Mishegas in the Calfornia Chrome Stales, Sherman will awaken Sunday morning with a bounce in his step and an extra sparkle in his eyes. At some point during the day, the real California Chrome will trundle off the horse van ...
December 17, 2015
Leandro Mora has no trouble remembering the maiden race at Del Mar on Nov. 15 in which the towering young colt Sorryaboutnothing tipped his ability with a game second-place finish going a mile and ended up in the winner's circle on a pretty clear-cut DQ.
December 10, 2015
Here we go again, another flare-up of California's ongoing struggle with PHSD (post-Hollywood stress disorder), with symptoms not unlike those experienced by an abandoned child. Note to industry: Daddy's not coming home.
December 03, 2015
Art Sherman won a $10,000 allowance race at Los Alamitos last Sunday night with a 3-year-old gelding named Well Maybe, a son of Yes It's True owned by Dr. Ed Allred, who also owns Los Alamitos. It was the only bright spot on an otherwise miserable day ...