Friday, December 16, 2016
It was as if the lights on the front stretch of Los Alamitos Race Course needed time to wake up so they could illuminate the larger-than-usual crowd that showed up at 5:30 a.m. to see a big chestnut horse do a high-speed practice gallop around the track.
In attendance were the three founding members of the Los Alamitos Breakfast Club, a group of women bearing pastries, cookies and coffee. There was the insurance underwriter, camera in hand, leaning against the front rail of the track. There were trainers, fans and self-described aficionados.
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