Arcadia Chamber member BMW Monrovia will be offering the best area on Saturday (June 27, 2015) to enjoy a jam-packed day at Arcadia Chamber member’s Santa Anita Park horse race track. Get the first public look at American Pharoah since winning the Triple Crown while getting an up-close look at the most amazing BMWs.
RSVP by calling 844-261-0298 to enjoy complimentary food, wine, beer, soft drinks and hear the great music of Taste of Arcadia band favorite Lounge-O-Rama (enter Gate #6 off Colorado Place to go directly to the infield directly).
Also enjoy a day of races on the next-to-last day of the season, culminating with the big annual Gold Cup. American Pharoah will be paraded between the seventh and eighth races. The Kentucky-bred colt will enter the track’s Paddock Gardens area at approximately 4:30 p.m. following a gate to wire screening of his unforgettable Belmont Stakes triumph. He will then proceed to the track’s Seabiscuit Walking Ring, where he will take a pair of laps that will be accompanied by handlers from Baffert’s stable. American Pharoah will then be led under the Grandstand and onto Santa Anita’s main track, where he won the final race of his 2-year-old campaign, the Grade I, $300,000 FrontRunner Stakes on Sept. 27.
Once on the main track, he will be led toward Santa Anita’s Club House turn. After posing for pictures, American Pharoah will turn around and head to the Winner’s Circle, where he will be met by Baffert, regular rider Victor Espinoza and an expected throng of media.
Following an interview with Baffert that will be conducted by Santa Anita’s Michelle Yu, the Triple Crown Champ will walk the length of the stretch back to Baffert’s shed row.
The entire ceremony will also be shown live on Santa Anita’s simulcast network.
All attendees with a Thoroughbreds membership get a free souvenir Triple Crown/American Pharoah T-shirt while suplies last. (Thoroughbreds membership will be offered free.)
Attendees may also enjoy the return of the Guest Chef series from 12 noon – 5 p.m. for a ticket price of $65.
And that’s still not all. The annual Uncorked wine tasting event and fine art exhibit also runs from 12 noon – 5 p.m. in the exclusive remodeled, elegant Chandelier Room for a ticket price of $60.
When your day at the races is complete, the infield will come alive with the first California Philharmonic concert of the season at 7:30 p.m.