Spectators take a break on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937
- Spectators take a break on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season, Arcadia, December 25, 1937
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- December 25, 1937
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Spectators on opening day of Santa Anita's fourth horse racing season. On this day, over 50,000 spectators wagered a total of $789,159 on the eight races held, toppling the previous records of 40,000 people and $599,009 wagered. Big winners of the day were horse He Did, who won the feature race by more than a length and Bing Crosby's horse High Strike, who won his sixth straight race.
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