ALBANY -- Golden Gate Fields has scheduled a special noon post time Saturday for a loaded racing program that will feature 10 local events and the simulcast of the Sunshine Millions races.

The Sunshine Millions is a $3.6 million event in which California-breds and Florida-breds compete in rich stakes races at Santa Anita and Gulfstream Park.

The Sunshine Millions features the following races: $1 million Classic (at Gulfstream Park), $500,000 Turf (Santa Anita), $500,000 Filly and Mare Turf (Gulfstream Park), $500,000 Distaff (Santa Anita), $300,000 Filly and Mare Sprint (Gulfstream Park), $300,000 Sprint (Santa Anita), $250,000 Dash (Gulfstream Park), and $250,000 Oaks (Santa Anita).

Golden Gate Fields will be represented by three horses in the Sunshine Millions - Wild Promises, the 6-to-5 morning line favorite in the Filly and Mare Turf; High Resolve, who is 6-to-1 in the Filly and Mare Sprint; and Lady Railrider, a 20-to-1 outsider in the Distaff.

Wild Promises and High Resolve are both trained by Greg Gilchrist and owned by the Estate of Harry J. Aleo. Steve Specht conditions Lady Railrider, who races for her breeders, Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Williams.

Wild Promises will start from post position two and face seven rivals in the 1 1/8-mile Filly and Mare Turf. A 5-year-old mare who was bred in Florida, Wild Promises has won 11 of her 16 career races and goes into the Sunshine Millions with a five-race (all stakes) winning streak.

High Resolve, a multiple stakes-winner, will break from post position one in the six-furlong Filly and Mare Sprint and face 11 rivals. A Florida-bred daughter of Put It Back, High Resolve is a 4-year-old filly who has six wins, two seconds and a third in nine lifetime starts.

Lady Railrider, one of 13 entrants in the 1 1/16-mile Distaff, drew post position five. A California-bred 4-year-old filly, Lady Railrider is coming off a two-length victory in the Pacific Heights Stakes at Golden Gate Fields.

Post time for the first Sunshine Millions race, the Dash at Gulfstream Park, is 1:07 p.m.

Santa Anita will present 11 races Saturday and post time for the first event is 11:45 a.m.