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Kentucky Oaks Betting

Kentucky Oaks betting is full of action and excitement. From the Prep Races to try and qualify for the Oaks, to the gate draw and then the call for “Riders up” from the announcer, Kentucky Oaks betting has you covered.

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2020 Kentucky Oaks Odds are live. Time to place your bet now!

Horses - Kentucky Oaks
Updated June 5, 2020.
American OddsFractional Odds
Tonalists Shape+9009/1
Venetian Harbor+75015/2
Finite+7007/1
Kimari+250025/1
Spice Is Nice+140014/1
British Idiom+8008/1
Donna Veloce+8008/1
Harveys Lil Goil+140014/1
Gamine+65013/2
Two Sixty+280028/1
Lazy Daisy+250025/1
Wicked Whisper+330033/1
Comical+330033/1
Perfect Alibi+200020/1
Maedean+500050/1
I Dare U+500050/1
Lake Avenue+200020/1
Shedaresthedevil+330033/1
Alandra+330033/1
Tempers Rising+330033/1
Blame Debbie+250025/1
K P Dreamin+660066/1
Lucrezia+400040/1
Bonny South+9009/1
Swiss Skydiver+55011/2
Getridofwhatailesu+250025/1
Edgeway+330033/1
Franks Rocket+250025/1
Fashion Babe+330033/1
Pass The Plate+330033/1
Auberge+450045/1
Ice Princess+600060/1
Altas Award+660066/1
Gingham+800080/1
Mo City+800080/1
Motu+12500125/1
Magic Dance+10000100/1
Turtle Tax+10000100/1
Prairie Wings+10000100/1
Merneith+200020/1

The Kentucky Oaks is America’s richest race for three-year-old fillies (female horses) and takes place each year on the Friday before the Kentucky Derby. Like the Derby, it was founded by Colonel Meriwether Lewis Clark – grandson of William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) – and is modeled after the Epsom Oaks. Since it achieved Grade I status in 1978, the Kentucky Oaks winner has gone on to be named champion three-year-old filly 12 times.

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