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Mill Valley Stakes

The Mill Valley Stakes is a American Thoroughbred horse race run each year at Golden Gate Fields. An ungraded stakes, it's open to three year olds, and up.

The race is named for a small town in Marin County across the San Francisco Bay from the site of Golden Gate Fields. Mill Valley, once a mill sending lumber to build San Francisco, is now a bustling community of many thousands.

This race is not listed as running for the time being.

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