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ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) _ Full fields are entered in dual stakes races which highlight the opening of the Oak Tree Racing Association’s 20th autumn meeting Wednesday at Santa Anita.
Fourteen fillies and mares from an entry list of 19 will run in the $75,000-added Autumn Days Handicap, which will be run as the eighth race on the nine-race program.
The co-feature on the first program of the 27-day meeting will be the inaugural running of the $100,000-added Desert Wine Sales Stakes for 2-year- olds, which has drawn a field of 12 and will be run as the third race.
Hairless Heiress, who will be ridden by Gary Stevens, and Top Corsage, who will be ridden by Alex Solis, are assigned 120 pounds each for the 20th running of the Autumn Days Handicap, a race of about 6 1/2 furlongs on Santa Anita’s hillside turf course.
Among others entered are Jeanne Jones, who will be ridden by Aaron Gryder and is assigned 118 pounds; Bethia, Ray Sibille, 118 pounds; Silent Arrival, Chris McCarron, 118 pounds; Serve N’ Volley, Martin Pedroza, 116 pounds, and Queen Forbes, Eddie Delahoussaye, 116 pounds.
Among those entered in the Desert Wine Sales Stakes are Shipping Time, who will be ridden by Corey Black and is assigned 117 pounds; Double Quick, Pedroza, 115 pounds, and Queen Mary’s Boy, Patrick Valenzuela, 115 pounds. The other nine entries are assigned 113 pounds each.
Post time for the first race is 1 p.m. PDT.