A Grade III at 1 1/8 miles on turf, the Inglewood will highlight the first Friday night program (April 27) of the Spring/Summer meet. It is also the first graded event of the 50-day season.
Owned by Peter and Mary Hilvers and breeders Bud and Judy Johnston and trained by Don Warren, Acclamation would be making his first start in the Inglewood since taking the Grade II Clement L. Hirsch last Oct. 2 at Santa Anita. The bay has won nine of 28 and earned $1,628,048.
Another horse nominated to the Inglewood with a Betfair Hollywood Park stakes win on their resume is Haimish Hy, who was the upset winner of the 2010 Hollywood Derby.
Following is the complete list of nominees to the Inglewood: Acclamation, Calimonco, Fire With Fire, Haimish Hy, Holladay Road, Jeranimo, Make Music for Me, Saratoga Yankee, Slim Shadey, Smug, Tigah, Utopian and Worth Repeating.
The first stakes of the Spring/Summer meet is the $70,000-added Harry Henson, which will be run for the 60th time Thursday, April 26, which is opening day.
Restricted to 3-year-olds at six furlongs on turf, the Henson, named for the legendary track announcer, attracted 17 nominations, including American Act, a nose loser to Drill in the Grade II San Vicente Feb. 19, Koast, who is 2-for-2 on turf for Hronis Racing LLC and trainer John Sadler, Consulado and Mile High Magic.
Entries for the Thursday and Friday cards will be taken Sunday.