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2023 Breeders' Cup

Venue Information

Santa Anita Park

285 W. Huntington Drive

Arcadia, CA 91007


Arcadia Transit

The 2023 Breeders' Cup will return to Santa Anita Park on November 3 and 4, marking the 40th running of the World Championships, and Santa Anita/Arcadia’s 11th time hosting! Visit for more information, and to purchase tickets.

Getting There – Arcadia Transit Free Fare Days

On November 3-4, the City of Arcadia is offering free fixed-route and dial-a-ride transportation on the Arcadia Transit, free direct shuttle services to and from the Arcadia Metro Station (201 N 1st Avenue) and Santa Anita Park (285 W Huntington Drive), and a free hotel shuttle service for guests staying in local hotels, courtesy of the Arcadia Transit. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take advantage of the convenient transportation services being provided by the City. View the event details, fixed-route maps, and more at

Transit Tip: For fixed-route users on one of Arcadia’s three fixed route bus lines, download the “Passio GO” app for free on Apple or Google Play app stores to track your bus in real time. Once downloaded, select City of Arcadia as the agency to access Arcadia Transit’s customized settings.

Shop Local

Whether you are staying or visiting Arcadia, it is the perfect time to explore and support local Arcadia businesses. Whether it be exploring the grounds of the Los Angeles County Arboretum (a 127-acre botanical garden and historical site), shopping or dining at the Shops at Santa Anita (formerly Westfield Santa Anita), or visiting one of Arcadia’s seven business districts including historic Downtown Arcadia, there is something for everyone. To make planning easier, check out our list of fantastic dining options below.


Visit Arcadia - Eat & Drink

See EaterLA’s picks at

Local Travel Tip: See if you can spot the 12 History Lives Here markers installed around town and stroll the “Thoroughbred Racing Walk of Champions” in Downtown Arcadia, an ode to the outstanding horses, jockeys, trainers, owners and other key historic figures in Santa Anita’s and California’s history. Learn more about Arcadia’s rich history at

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