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Santa Anita 🏇🏾 // Tues., Dec. 27th, 2023

Happy Boxing Day! (see below)

We hope you folks had a wonderful Christmas! 🎄

Today, we head to Arcadia, Ca for some great racing from Santa Anita Park.

The 11-race card includes 6 graded stakes races featuring 3 G1 races. If you're thinking, "Wow that's a pretty sweet card for a Tuesday!". Yeah, that's what we thought.

Fun Fact: In 1940, Seabiscuit won the Santa Anita Handicap in his last start.

Need help pickin' winners? We've got you covered! Our #LundinLine - (Always Free) top pick and best bets are below in this post. We use them to help narrow the field while putting our tickets together. The first post will be here soon, so don't be late - It's time to get #InTheMoney! 💰🏇🏻💰🏇🏻💰🤑

Oh, and don't forget to follow us @_TurtleSports and subscribe to our site so you don't miss any of the action. You'll be glad you did! Let's Ride!

🏇🏻 Santa Anita // Tues., Dec. 27th, 2023 🏇🏾

1st Post @ 11:00 PT

R1: 7-9-12-6

R1: 2-1-7-5

R2: 5-6-2-4

R3Ⓢ 2-4-3-5

R4: 4-5-2-3

R5Ⓢ: 2-4-1-7

R6Ⓢ 2-4-5

R7: 7-6-5-2

R8Ⓢ: 2-3-7-5

R9Ⓢ: 4⭑-6-7-1

R10Ⓢ: 3-2-4-6

R11: 11-2-6-8

⭑Best Bet

R9: Almendares (GB) (#4)

Ⓢtakes Races

R3: 200K San Gabriel S. (G2)

R5: 300K American Oaks (G1)

R6: 200K San Antonio S. (G2)

R8: 300K Malibu S. (G1)

R9: 200K Santa Anita Mathis (G2)

R10: 300K La Brea S. (G1)



Every year on December 26th, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and other Commonwealth countries celebrate Boxing Day. This annual custom began in the United Kingdom in the 19th century under Queen Victoria.

It’s not certain why the day after Christmas in these countries is called Boxing Day. Some say it’s because in Britain a Christmas present is called a Christmas box. On the day after Christmas, servants received a Christmas box from their master. Others say the holiday refers to using a box to collect money for the poor. These boxes were placed inside churches on Christmas Day and then opened the next day."

Hit us up @_TurtleSports, and let us know what you think!


/ As always, please forgive any typos and grammatical errors

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