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May 14, 1987
Heavily favored Laguna Native, ridden by Eddie Delahoussaye, opened a long lead early and held on to win by a head in the $24,000 feature race for 3-year-olds Wednesday at Hollywood Park. Contact Game, ridden by Chris McCarron, finished second, four lengths in front of Mountaincamellia, ridden by Fernando Toro. Laguna Native covered 1 1/16 miles on the turf course in 1:41 2/5 and paid $4.20, $3 and $2.40. Contact Game returned $4.80 and $3.20, and Mountaincamellia paid $2.40 to show.
November 20, 1997 | Bloomberg News
Hollywood Park Inc. said it hired investment banker Morgan Stanley & Co. to help evaluate proposals from other groups as it seeks a special tax status that could make it an attractive partner or buyout candidate. The Inglewood-based operator of racetracks, hotels and casinos is trying to regain its status as a real estate investment trust that can also operate businesses other than real estate. There are only four other so-called paired-share REITs.
May 30, 1993 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Exchange, who won three consecutive races at Santa Anita after finishing second in her first start of the year, is the 8-5 morning-line favorite for the $165,200 Gamely Handicap today at Hollywood Park. Rested since her close victory over Trishyde in the Santa Barbara Handicap on April 4, the 5-year-old Explodent mare has two victories in three Hollywood Park grass starts and has won 12 of 20 races overall. Laffit Pincay will ride the 123-pound highweight.
Despite opposition from Marje Everett, the track's former chief executive officer, shareholders of Hollywood Park approved a reorganization plan Monday that will merge the company's two corporations. With a vote of 70% of the shares needed, the merger passed with 2% to spare. Hollywood Park Operating Co. and Hollywood Park Realty Enterprises now become one entity, Hollywood Park Inc. Previously, shares in the two companies had been paired on the stock exchange.
June 25, 1988
Irish-bred Choritzo, making her U.S. debut at the longest distance of her career, took the lead with a sixteenth of a mile to go and drew off for a 1 1/2-length victory Friday in the featured eighth race at Hollywood Park. Trained by Darrell Vienna and ridden at 114 pounds by Eddie Delahoussaye, the 4-year-old filly covered the 1 1/16 miles in 1:41 1/5 and paid $21.80, $10.40 and $5.20. Marion's Courage returned $11.20 and $4.80, and favored Glamorous Beau paid $2.
June 6, 1997 | From Associated Press
Baize, a 9-1 shot ridden by Matt Garcia, moved in front on the backstretch and held off fast-closing Hard To Copy on Thursday in the $45,720 feature race at Hollywood Park. Carrying 116 pounds in the 5 1/2-furlong turf race for fillies and mares aged 3 and older, Baize finished 1 1/2 lengths ahead of Hard To Copy, with React three more lengths behind in third. Baize, a 4-year-old daughter of Efisio bred in England, was clocked in 1:02 2/5. Hard To Copy, ridden by apprentice J.G.
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