Surfside Race Place hosts Handicapper of the Year event April 5

Surfside Race Place, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious off-track betting facilities, is also home  base to the 2014 Handicapper of the year!  José Arias, a frequent patron at Surfside, took hold of the lead from the first day of the three-day contest held in Las Vegas, Nevada the weekend of Jan. 24 – 26.  Arias topped a field of 500 to win the $750,000 first-place prize and an Eclipse Award as Handicapper of the Year, at the 15th annual Daily Racing Form (DRF)/NTRA National Handicapping Championship (NHC).

José will be “in the house” on Saturday, April 5, for a special honorary event.

Santa Anita day at Surfside Race Place will also feature the $1 Million Santa Anita Derby, the last major California stakes for 3-year-olds heading to the Kentucky Derby, which takes place Saturday, May 3.

For more information, visit www.surfsideraceplace.com or call 858-755-1167.

Related posts:

  1. Surfside struggles: String of events could doom Race Place
  2. The Canfield House will celebrate Del Mar’s history at April 28 event
  3. Bill helps Del Mar’s Surfside Race Place take more wagers on out-of-state racing
  4. Bill passes, helps Del Mar’s Surfside Race Place take more wagers on out-of-state racing
  5. Del Mar council considers proposal for bingo at Surfside Race Place

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