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Presents have been opened, food and beverage overconsumed. Tomorrow is opening day at Santa Anita, which is one of the two special days (along with opening day at Del Mar) on the Southern California calendar. Noon post, nine difficult races with huge field sizes. The late Pick 4 consists of 12, 14, 14 and 14 runners, including competitive stakes in the Malibu and the Sir Beaufort. With no runner less than 7/2 on the morning line, the P4 payoff will be healthy no matter which horses win. Not to mention possibilities for lucrative exotic payoffs all day long. And don’t forget the new bet—the Super High Five—which is essentially a superfecta plus one on the last race of the day. It’s a $1 bet that requires picking the first five horses in correct order of finish. Do that and walk away with a big score. If no one hits that day, the pool (minus takeout) carries over to the next day…and so on.

Hollywood Wrap: I thought the HP Fall meet went very well. The quality of racing was good, field sizes were solid and form held up well. Highlights of the meet: COUNTRY STAR winning the Starlet and being named horse of the meet; Garrett Gomez drawing off to win the riding title over a suddenly strong local colony; trainer John Sadler winning his first title after years of being one of the circuit’s top conditioners. The Sadler barn won with maiden claimers to stakes horses and everything in between; Jerry Hollendorfer getting his 5,000th win in the last race of the meet. The perennial Bay Area kingpin has more than proved himself on this circuit over the past year.

NOTES: Jockey Joe Talamo fired agent Ronnie Ebanks and hired Scotty McClellan. Is it coincidental or did trainers give Talamo the cold shoulder with only three mounts in each of Santa Anita’s first two cards?…CITRONNADE was retired after her easy win in the Dahlia on Dec. 16. The Bobby Frankel-trained filly retires with a record of nine wins from 14 starts (seven for 10 on turf) but it’s hard to guage how good she really was. Almost every one of her important wins was accomplished as the lone speed in paceless races…what a day for Marty Jones on Friday, racking up three longshot wins on the day. Hope he was gambling because his winners paid $39, $30.20 and $21.

Drainage Debacle: The Santa Anita Cushion Track has been put back together again, with horses back working over the strip in the last week. The weather will be great for opening day and the forseeable future, but what about when the rain comes? I’m hearing that the track will be sealed when rain is anticipated, but what happens when the seal is broken? Will the track drain enough to allow racing to continue? Many racing insiders feel that races will be cancelled and days will be lost if we have a wet winter. In other words, the smart money says that Santa Anita will not be able to run all 85 scheduled days.

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