The Honeymoon Handicap is an American Grade II Thoroughbred horse race run annually in the first week of June at Hollywood Park Racetrack in Inglewood, California. The race is open to three-year-old fillies, willing to race one and one-eighth miles (9 furlongs) on the turf. The Honeymoon is a major leading prep race for the Grade I American Oaks run during the first part of July.
Inaugurated in 1952 as the Sea Breeze Stakes, the name was changed to the Honeymoon Stakes in 1956 then the Honeymoon Handicap in 1975. It honors the outstanding California bred mare, Honeymoon. Since inception, the race has been contested at a variety of distances.
Hollywood Park Graded Stakes Races
|Mervyn LeRoy Handicap||II||$150K|
|Jim Murray Handicap||II||$150K|
|Lazaro S. Barrera Memorial Stakes||III||$100K|
|Los Angeles Handicap||III||$100K|
|Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap||I||$250K|
|Beverly Hills Handicap||III||$100K|
|Triple Bend Handicap||I||$250K|
|Royal Heroine Mile||II||$150K|
|Hollywood Gold Cup Handicap||I||$500K|
|A Gleam Handicap||II||$200,000|
|American Oaks Invitational Stakes||I||$250,000|
|Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes||III||$100,000|
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