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Can you bet at Santa Anita?

Bet From Anywhere

Handicap, bet and watch live races from the palm of your hand – it’s 100% legal! Handicap, bet and watch live races from the palm of your hand – it’s 100% legal!

How do I bet on horses at Santa Anita?

Betting at a Self-service Terminal

  1. Insert your credit voucher or ticket into the designated slot.
  2. The machine will prompt you to make selections almost precisely like the process of betting with a live teller (i.e., track, race number, horse’s program number, type and amount of wager).

Are kids allowed at Santa Anita Race Track?

Experience a day at the races with your little ones in the Santa Anita Infield! Your little jockeys will enjoy inflatable jumpers, pony rides, face painting, and mini carnival games! $5 for adults includes Program & General Parking; Kids 17 and under are FREE! The horses run around you.

Is there a dress code at Santa Anita Race Track?

Dress Code: To maintain a standard of elegance & sophistication, we kindly request no shorts, t-shirts, sandals or baseball caps. Jeans may be worn, but must not be torn, faded or oversized and should be worn with a collared shirt or blazer.

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What is a superfecta bet?

The superfecta is a type of wager in USA and Canada parimutuel betting in which the bettor, in order to win, must pick the first four finishers of a race in the correct sequence.

Can you bet at Santa Anita online?

Betting Santa Anita Park online has never been easier. Whether you are on your smartphone, tablet, computer you can bet on races at Santa Anita Park with BUSR anytime or anywhere.

What is Santa Anita’s Rainbow Pick 6?

20¢ Rainbow Pick 6

Usually, the last 6 races of the card. To win the Single Ticket Jackpot, the player must hold the only unique ticket to select the winners of the 6 consecutive designated races.

Can you bring kids to horse races?

It absolutely can be. Not only that, it can be totally free. There is something satisfyingly old school about a racetrack. Technology changes many things, but thoroughbred horses and their colorfully clad jockeys running around a mile or so of turf is the same as it ever was.