Flo-Cal Faceoff

January 9-10, 2021

Kick off 2021 in an exciting way with the Flo-Cal Faceoff. Set to run January 9-10, the Flo-Cal Faceoff is a $150,000 Guaranteed event focusing solely on full-card racing from Gulfstream and Santa Anita. In 2020, the winner of this event took home $88,000 from a cash pool of $225,000.

Round 1 of the 2021 Tourney Triple, the Flo-Cal Faceoff will see the quest for the $2,000,000 series grand prize begin.


January 9-10, 2020. Two-day contest.




Qualifying contests for the Flo-Cal Faceoff will begin in September, 2020, and proceed through the week prior to the event. Go to HorseTourneys.com to check the upcoming schedule of qualifiers.

Qualifying tournaments on HorseTourneys.com award Flo-Cal Faceoff entry fee packages. Packages consist of $1,500 direct entry to the contest.


The Flo-Cal Faceoff is a $150,000 guaranteed event, though the final prize pool is expected to be higher. In 2020, the pool totaled $225,000.

Prize breakdown TBD. Event will include Day money for both Days 1 and 2. Final percentages will be dependent upon final purse total (we estimate 8-10 percent of the net prize pool toward day money, and prize distribution to approximately 10 percent of the field). The final payout distribution will be published on the Leaderboard once the event begins.


Buy-Ins may be purchased at any time from the official tournament page on HorseTourneys.com at a cost of $1,500.

A maximum of 2 entries per player will be enforced.


The Tourney Triple is a special HorseTourneys.com handicapping series for 2021 that sees the best horseplayers in the country take on three of the year’s biggest events - The Flo-Cal Faceoff, Players Championship, and the Spa & Surf Showdown.


Questions should be directed to McKay Smith, President of HorseTourneys.com. Email: support@horsetourneys.com

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