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 or call 858-755-1167.

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  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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