Spend a Buck remains the only horse to collect a large bonus offered by a race track for winning a series of races.
But, only a head in front by Kings Island in the $211,800 Sunset Handicap denied Greinton a $1,000,000 bonus offered by Hollywood Park for winning the Californian, Hollywood Gold Cup and today's closing feature.
Taken out in front by jockey Fernando Toro, Kings Island never gave up his lead and had enough left at the end of the 1 1/2-mile race on the grass to deny Greinton the victory before 32,000 on the closing day of Hollywood Park's summer season.
Jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. kept Greinton in third place while Craelius, the 1983 winner of the Sunset, forced the pace. When the field came around the final turn, Greinton moved to the outside to challenge Kings Island.