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Goodbye, Hollywood Park

Founded by the Hollywood elite, Hollywood Park’s first race was run on June 10, 1938.


Race Horses

Jack Warner, who owned a thoroughbred farm in the San Fernando Valley, was the Park’s first chairman. His shareholders included Harry Warner, Walt Disney, Bing Crosby, Samuel Goldwyn and other powerful players in movie land.

The Los Angeles Times published the memoirs of Richard Warren, who’s worked at the Park since 1948, in The long goodbye for Hollywood Park, through knowing eyes 

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