Sitting high above Santa Anita's main track, enjoy the indoor comforts with a resplendent panorama view of the San Gabriel Mountains as a backdrop. (Premium Seating available).
Full-service, indoor restaurant.
Each table includes a private HDTV.
Live tellers and wagering machines conveniently located nearby.
To reserve a table over the phone, please call 626-574-6366
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Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 357-1900
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Pasadena, CA 91107
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Arcadia, CA 91006
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Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 357-5211
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Pasadena, CA 91107 (626) 449-4743
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Arcadia, CA 91006 (626) 445-8525
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Arcadia, CA 91006
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Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 358-8981
Santa Anita Park is a prime location for filming since it opened in 1934. The list of movies and television shows using our location range from comedies, dramas, and featured dozens of iconic stars, from Mae West to Johnny Depp. Covering over 360 acres our vast parking lots, beautifully manicured grounds, art deco decor, and picturesque mountain backdrop are a location scouts dream.
The Official Rewards Program of 1/ST
Welcome to 1/ST Rewards. By joining 1/ST Rewards, you will earn Points every time you play the races at Santa Anita Park. Plus, link your 1/ST Rewards account to an Xpressbet or 1/ST Bet online wagering account and you will also be rewarded when you bet online. And the more you play with 1/ST Rewards, the more you earn. With Points, Multipliers and Status achieved with every bet you make, your Rewards can add up quickly!
How to Earn 1/ST Rewards Points
Earn 4 Points for every dollar you wager on 1/ST Racing tracks on live races (on track)
Earn 3 Points for every dollar you wager at Santa Anita Park on simulcast races
Earn 2 Points for every dollar you wager on every track at Xpressbet or 1/ST Bet
How to Sign Up for 1/ST Rewards
The easiest way to enroll is to open a Xpressbet or 1/ST Bet account online. Sign Up at 1st.com/bet, or by visiting us at the Rewards Center, formerly known as the Thoroughbred's Center. If you already have an online account, you’re automatically enrolled in 1/ST Rewards. Just visit the Rewards Center to pick up your free Rewards Card. If you’d like to enroll in 1/ST Rewards without opening an online account, please visit us at the Rewards Center.
The 1/ST Rewards Card
In order to use 1/ST Rewards, you must pick up a free 1/ST Rewards Card at the Rewards Center. Swipe it every time you bet to earn Rewards Points for your wagers.
Visit the Rewards Center, formerly the Thoroughbred's Center.
Request a ‘1/ST Rewards Card.’
Provide your driver’s license or other government issued identification. If you are an online customer, bring your Account Number and PIN as well.
Provide your Rewards Card to a teller or swipe at any wagering terminal to start earning your points.
Redeem Your Points for Rewards on track or online
Once you start accumulating Points, you can redeem them for great items at the 1/ST Rewards Desk or in the app.
Free Gifts and more
Learn More about 1/ST Rewards
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Elias J. “Lucky” Baldwin, cash in hand, opens the original Santa Anita Park racetrack, a few blocks east of its current location, in what is now Arcadia Park. At the time owns much of Pasadena, Sierra Madre and Arcadia.
After the legalization of pari-mutuel gambling in 1933, San Francisco dentist Dr. Charles H. Strub and movie mogul, Hal Roach, create a new Santa Anita Park in its current location at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains and find success despite being in the midst of the Great Depression.
The inaugural running of the Santa Anita Handicap is won by Azucar. The race’s build up and running, with its purse being an unheard of at the time $100,000, makes front page news of the Los Angeles times.
Seabiscuit wins the 1940 Santa Anita Handicap after two previous attempts; the magnetic starting gate is first introduced into the Santa Anita Park meet.
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, Santa Anita Park was requisitioned by the federal government to be used as an assembly center for Japanese Americans and then as a training and ordnance facility know as "Camp Santa Anita."
Tuesdee Testa becomes the first female jockey to win a race at Santa Anita Park.
Affirmed and Laffit Pincay Jr. win the Santa Anita Derby to set them on their run towards the 1978 Triple Crown title. Affirmed would go on to claim all three Triple Crown races that year and win Horse of the Year.
Spectacular Bid, with Bill Shoemaker aboard, has a perfect 1980 season.
John Henry wins his second Santa Anita Handicap, and is hailed as a modern-day Seabiscuit. Both horses are now immortalized in the Santa Anita Park statuary.
Santa Anita Park’s legendary announcer, Trevor Denman, joins Santa Anita and remained as its voice for 33 years before calling it quits at the end of 2015.
Santa Anita Park plays host to equestrian events at the 1984 Olympic Summer Games in Los Angeles, California.
Santa Anita Park hosts its first Breeders’ Cup World Championships. This spectacular event features the world's greatest horses, jockeys and trainers on one stage competing for millions of dollars. It would be the first of many that Santa Anita Park would host.
Hall of Famer Laffit Pincay Jr. wins seven races in one day. Legendary hornblower, Jay Cohen, joins Santa Anita Park and persists as its iconic trumpeter today.
Bill Shoemaker’s last ride and farewell speech at Santa Anita Park. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1958 and had one of the most memorable careers in Thoroughbred racing.
The opening of the FrontRunner restaurant. The FrontRunner sits atop the Grandstands on the 5th floor featuring a 215 ft long bar and a seasonally revolving menu.
Filming of the movie “Seabiscuit” takes place at Santa Anita Park with jockey Gary Stevens playing the role of George Woolf. “Seabiscuit” in the film is played by Fighting Furrari, who still entertains fans at Santa Anita Park today.
Introduction of the Tokyo City Cup at Santa Anita, a celebration of its sister track in Japan, Ohi Racetrack.
Zenyatta becomes the first female to win the Breeders’ Cup Classic hosted at Santa Anita Park, helping her remain undefeated. With that win she also became the first to ever win two different Breeders' Cup races and her victory is remembered by many as the greatest moment in Breeders' Cup history.
Zenyatta becomes one of three horses to be honored with a statue in the Santa Anita paddock gardens, joining 1930's star Seabiscuit and 1980's fan favorite John Henry.
The Great Race Place went through a makeover of over $15 million in renovations including a brand new Club House Mezzanine featuring new eateries and state of the art HD television screens. The iconic Chandelier Room was also redesigned along with the inclusion of the new Eddie Logan Suite.
Hosted the Breeders’ Cup World Championships an unprecedented three years in a row. The two day event set a record in attendance and would be the eighth time Santa Anita played host to this world class event.
Triple Crown Champion American Pharoah returns to Santa Anita Park to parade in front of over 28,000 fans in attendance. American Pharoah became the first horse in over 37 years to capture the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes.
Two tremendous battles unfolded in the 2016 Breeders' Cup World Championship hosted for a record ninth time at Santa Anita Park. Beholder wins the Distaff in a thrilling stretch battle over the undefeated Songbird. The Breeders' Cup Classic followed with an epic battle as Arrogate chased down heavy favorite California Chrome, surpassing his rival at the wire.
Justify wins the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby en route to capturing the elusive Triple Crown, joining Seattle Slew as only the second undefeated three year old to do so.