Kentucky Oaks

Inaugurated in 1875, this American institution has produced many a Hall of Famer as well as a Horse of the Year. Find out more about this storied race for 3-year-old-fillies.

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What kind of running style historically wins the Kentucky Oaks? How have favorites performed? What are the average & median win payouts? We look at a cross section of chart data since 1991 to find out this and more.

Schedule of 2018 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date; race; distance; track; available points; winner; downloadable Brisnet chart; speed figures from Brisnet, Daily Racing Form/Beyer, Equibase, TimeformUS and Optix EQ Trip Grades.

Schedule of 2017 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date; race; distance; track; available points; winner; downloadable Brisnet chart; speed figures from Brisnet, Daily Racing Form/Beyer, Equibase, TimeformUS and Optix EQ Trip Grades.

Like watching workouts? We’ve compiled recent 2016 Kentucky Oaks contender workouts in one place for your viewing ease and enjoyment.

Schedule of 2016 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date, race, distance, track, available points, winner and downloadable chart, courtesy of Brisnet.com.

Schedule of 2015 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date, race, distance, track, available points, winner and downloadable chart, courtesy of Brisnet.com.

The Kentucky Oaks has a habit of producing Hall of Famers — even if they didn’t necessarily always win the race.

Schedule of 2014 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date, race, distance, track, available points and downloadable chart, courtesy of Brisnet.com.

Schedule of 2013 Kentucky Oaks prep races including the date, race, distance, track, available points and downloadable chart, courtesy of Brisnet.com.

Think Rachel Alexandra and Rags to Riches are the only Oaks winners to go on to win 3-year-old classics? Guess again! History is resplendent with top 3-year-old fillies, and specifically Oaks winners, who have performed exceedingly well in open company during their 3-year-old campaigns.