Bet On Kentucky Oaks Odds
The Kentucky Oaks is a competitive horse racing for three-year-old Thoroughbred fillies. Together with the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes and the Acorn Stakes, it is considered a counterpart of the Triple Crown. It’s held in Louisville, Kentucky, on the Friday before the Kentucky Derby. Kentucky Oaks odds are offered from the best online sportsbooks.
Won in the past few years by such superstars as Monomoy Girl (2018), Serengeti Empress (2019) and Shedaresthedevil (2020), this year’s event will feature several extraordinary fillies.
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2021 Kentucky Oaks – April 30
Start Time: 5:50 pm ET (pending)
TV Broadcast: NBCSN
Online Stream: NBC Sports
Venue: Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky
Distance: 1⅛ miles (8.95 furlongs)
Horses: 3-year-old Fillies
BetUS is the best place you can bet on the Kentucky Oaks. The official morning-line odds for the Kentucky Oaks are usually released in the finish of the post-position draw, which will be held on the Monday prior to the Oaks. Gates open at 5:00 PM ET on Kentucky Oaks Odds day.
Kentucky Oaks Betting Guide 2021
The 2021 Kentucky Oaks Odds are already live and accessible in the sportsbook. Favorites are rapidly establishing themselves apart from their peers. Traveling Column and Malathaat are the 2 favorites. However, other contenders such as Clairiere, Crazy Beautiful and Wholebodemeister are part of the favorites. It is possible to wager on the Kentucky Oaks odds in several ways using the racebook or even the sportsbook. As an alternative, you could even bet on the horse races throughout the 2020/21 Road to the Kentucky Oaks.
2020/21 Road to the Kentucky Oaks
The 2021 Road to the Kentucky Oaks is a points system where Thoroughbred fillies will be eligible for the 2021 Kentucky Oaks Odds. The field for the Kentucky Oaks, the filly equal of this Kentucky Derby, is limited to 14 horses, with around four “eligible” horses in the event of a late withdrawal.
These prep races are divided into two groups — the Kentucky Oaks Prep Season along with Kentucky Oaks Championship Series. The Prep Season runs through February 10, devoting points onto a 10-4-2-1. The sole exception is that the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies that awards 20-8-4-2.
The Championship Series starts in February and retains seven races around the Championship Series program offering 50-20-10-5 points; six additional races, which are called the last form of major training races, award 100-40-20-10; and 2 outliers will be the Bourbonette Oaks in 20-8-4-2 along with the Beaumont’s 10-4-2-1.
2021 Kentucky Oaks Betting Odds: The Contenders*
On April 3rd, with long strong strides in the 1/16-mile Central Bank Ashland Stakes (G1); Shadwell Stable’s Malathaat claimed the first place, securing her a spot in the gate for the April 30 race at Churchill Downs. Trained by Todd A. Pletcher, the 3-year-old Filly was bred in Kentucky by Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings and is out of Stonestreet’s stellar mare Dreaming of Julia. Dreaming of Julia won the 2012 Frizette Stakes (G1) and also won the 2013 Gulfstream Park Oaks but was fourth in that year’s Kentucky Oaks.
Search Results: +300
Search Results Crazy Beautiful earned her way into the April 30 Kentucky Oaks (G1) at Churchill Downs with a convincing victory in the $250,000 Gazelle Stakes (G3), providing trainer Chad C. Brown a win.
Travel Column: +300
Travel Column is outlined as the favorite for the Kentucky Oaks. Jockeyed by Florent Geroux; trained by Brad Cox, winner of last year’s Kentucky Oaks with Shedaresthedevil, Travel Column won the 2021 Fair Grounds Oaks with a time of 1:42.75; she was excellent last time out, as she won by two and three-quarter lengths from Clairiere at Fair Grounds.
*odds subject to change