Wednesday, February 10, 2010
It's been a crazy week as far as weather is concerned here in Southern California. Torrential rains produced mudslides in the local foothills and forced the cancellation of racing on Saturday, Feb. 6. But this morning dawned clear and cold, offering up a spectacular view of the snow-capped San Gabriels.
The weatherman promises a few days of clear weather and a warming trend -- possibly into the high 70's or low 80's by the weekend. That's wonderful news for Santa Anita, where a three-day President's Day weekend will feature an impressive roster of stakes races, including the Strub, Robert B. Lewis and Las Virgenes stakes originally scheduled for last Saturday.
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