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Early this month, the Grade 1 Santa Monica Handicap at Santa Anita was shaping up as the best early-season stakes of the winter meet. January, however, was wet. Rain disrupted training, horsemen altered workout schedules, and Sunday's seven-furlong Santa Monica for fillies and mares went from a predictably strong $250,000 stakes featuring three top-class runners, to a wide-open race begging for chaos. Read More


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