The Grade 1 Hollywood Turf Cup is one of five six-figure stakes that have been cut from the stakes schedule of the Hollywood Park fall meeting, the track announced on Friday.\nThe Turf Cup, run over 1 1/2 miles, carried a purse of $250,000 in 2008. It was slashed along with the $150,000 Dahlia Handicap, the $150,000 Turf Express, and two $100,000 races for 2-year-olds - the Sharp Cat and Real Quiet stakes.\nTrack officials said those races have been "suspended," with the purse money reallocated to overnight purses.\nIn addition, the track has eliminated six stakes worth $65,000 each and significantly changed the Autumn Turf Festival on Thanksgiving weekend. Aside from eliminating one of the festival races, the Grade 3 Turf Express, Hollywood reduced the purses of three Grade 1 races to $300,000. The Citation Handicap is down $100,000 from 2008, while the Hollywood Derby and Matriarch Stakes have been cut by $200,000 each.\nThe Matriarch has been moved from Sunday to Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend, while the Miesque Stakes will be part of the undercard of a Sunday program highlighted by the Hollywood Derby.\nThe track will run 14 stakes worth $2.85 million during the 27-day meeting. The season is 13 days shorter than the 2008 meeting.\nThe richest race of the meeting will be the $750,000 CashCall Futurity for 2-year-olds over 1 1/16 miles on Dec. 19. The race is sponsored by the company founded by owner Paul Reddam.