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Kentucky Oaks Tickets
  • May
    Kentucky Derby & Kentucky Oaks Package (Includes tickets to both events)
    5/4/2012 TBD
    Churchill Downs
    Louisville, KY
  • May
    Kentucky Oaks
    5/4/2012 1:00 PM
    Churchill Downs
    Louisville, KY
Kentucky Oaks Tickets Reviews
  • Chris Lee

    Every year it is a great time when I am watching the race. I would like to recommend it to all!

  • Ella Ryan

    The opening act for the derby is fabulous. I saw it for the first time and really impressed with it.

  • Hailey Connor

    It was a great time pass for me because I donít like the horse racing, my friends forcefully took me there.

  • Mike Brown

    Kentucky Oaks is the first horse race I have ever seen; it was good but not so much.

  • Mark Williams

    I have not enjoyed that much with my friends in any event before. I am waiting for the next year race.

  • Paul Rodriguez

    Even if you are not a fan of it, you can still enjoy it and the betting of people around there.

  • Daniel Garcia

    The event was far better than I had expected. It was full of fun specially the gambling.

  • James Gonzalez

    It was the memorable event I saw with my husband. Now we are planning to see it next year again.

  • Maria Lopez

    That was a great day and a great event. It was a just a fun, recommended to all!

  • Isabella Mason

    I go to see this fabulous event every year with my friends and we will surely go every time we got a chance.

Kentucky Oaks Info

Kentucky Oaks held annually in United States. Each year it held on Friday before Kentucky Derby. The first race of Kentucky Oaks was held in 1875. It is a Grade I stakes race for three years old thoroughbred fillies. In America, it is the most famous races due to the large attendance at the stadium. Every year it attracts almost 100,000 attendants; large numbers of louisvillains watch the race.

The winner is awarded by a silver Kentucky Oaks trophy and a garland of lilies that is known as the "lilies for the fillies. $600,000 purse is also given to the winner of the race. The race is of 1 and a half miles at the church down hills. Kentucky Oaks is the counter part of Triple Crown of thoroughbred racing with black-eyed Susan Stakes and Acorn Stakes. On the day of Kentucky Oaks race, the region's schools declare the holiday as administrative holiday.

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