Eddie Logan Stakes
The Eddie Logan Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race for two-year-olds run at the Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California late in the year. An ungraded stakes, it's set at a distance of 1 mile on the turf, and offers a purse of $70,000 plus.
Begun in 2006, this race is named for Eddie Logan (May 20, 1910 - January 31, 2009), the "foot man," who worked at the track for 74 years, beginning on the track's opening day: December 24, 1934, shining shoes and cheering hearts. Logan was in the winner's circle to present the first winning trophy. 
This race was formerly known as the Hill Rise Stakes. In 2002 Peace Rules won, with Singletary placing.
- 2009 - Macias (Victor Espinoza)
- 2008 - Flashma's Papers (GB) (Rafael Bejarano)
- 2007 - Yankee Bravo (Alex Solis)
- 2006 - Kolo (Jose Valdivia, Jr.)
- 2005 - Chattahoochee War (Rafael Bejarano)
- 2004 - Objective
- 2003 -