Santa Anita Park, which will play host to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships for a record 10th time on Nov. 1 and 2, will unveil a number of new patron amenities on Sept. 27, the start of its 23-day Autumn Meet.
The areas, which are part of a US$5 million capital improvement initiative, will include Trackside dining just past the finish line as well as new elevated Stretch Run Suites featuring open air dining with a panoramic view of Santa Anita’s home stretch and San Gabriel Mountains.
In addition to these premium areas, all-new Club Loge Box Seats, a luxurious Players’ Lounge (which will play host to the Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge above Clockers’ Corner), as well as Upper Terrace Restaurants on both the fourth and fifth floors overlooking the Club House turn will await fans this fall.
“Customer service and the on-track experience here at Santa Anita are huge priorities for us,” said Aidan Butler, acting executive director of California racing preparations for The Stronach Group. “The new dining and seating options will greatly enhance that experience and we are looking forward to sharing all of these new venues with our fans and horsemen.”