The Strub Stakes is an American race for thoroughbred horses run at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California each year.
Currently a Grade II stakes race with a purse of $300,000, it is open to horses, age four, willing to race one and one-eighth miles on the synthetic surface of Santa Anita (formerly on the dirt) and offers. Run in early February, the race is the third leg of Santa Anita Park's Strub Series.
Inaugurated in 1948 as the Santa Anita Maturity, the name was changed to the Charles H. Strub Stakes in 1963 in honor of Charles H. Strub (1884–1958) who built and owned Santa Anita Park. In 1994 the billing was shortened to the Strub Stakes.