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John R. Velazquez

Shadwell Stable’s Malathaat edged Search Results by a neck after a stretch battle of undefeated fillies to win the 147th running of the $1.25 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI) for 3-year-old fillies before a crowd of 41,472 on a sun-drenched Friday afternoon at Churchill Downs. Recap

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2021 Kentucky Oaks at a Glance

The Return to Normalcy Tour at Churchill Downs starts Friday when the Longines Kentucky Oaks returns to its traditional spot on the eve of the first Saturday in May. A field of 13 will be on hand for the famed Grade 1 stakes that has once again attracted a stellar collection of the best 3-year-old fillies in training and turned the 1 1/8-mile stakes into a highly attractive betting affair.

1. Pauline’s Pearl (20-1 morning line odds): She’s certainly interesting at the odds and from the rail. After finishing a good second in the Honeybee Stakes while making her stakes debut, she earned her spot in this field by winning Fantasy Stakes over another Oaks starter in Coach. Deserves some consideration to figure in the exotics. Notable that she gets Asmussen’s top rider, Ricardo Santana Jr.

JOCKEY: Ricardo Santana Jr. TRAINER: Steve Asmussen

2. Maracuja (20-1): Was second to one of the Oaks favorites, Search Results, in the Gazelle Stakes, so you can’t toss her out. That was a big improvement over previous tries and there’s a good chance she may bounce off it in a bigger and better field.

JOCKEY: Kendrick CarmoucheTRAINER: Rob Atras

3. Clairiere (5-1): Asmussen’s leading candidate has never been worse than second in four career starts. Has raced against Travel Column three times, winning once. A quick pace and the added distance will definitely help her cause.

JOCKEY:Tyler GaffalioneTRAINER: Steve Asmussen

4. Crazy Beautiful (15-1): Another interesting longshot possibility. She was Grade 1-placed at age 2, then was reluctant to load when a distant second in her 3-year-old debut. She was better behaved in the Gulfstream Park Oaks and won by 2 ¼ lengths. Continued improvement would make her a contender here.

JOCKEY: Jose OrtizTRAINER: Ken McPeek

5. Pass the Champagne (15-1): She was only a head behind Malathaat, the Oaks favorite, in the Grade 1 Central Bank Ashland Stakes, which makes her a big threat at nice odds. The drawback is that the added distance may work against her.

JOCKEY: Javier CastellanoTRAINER: George Weaver

6. Travel Column (3-1): In her last three starts, all in Grade 2 company, she has two wins and a second by a neck. With two wins already at Churchill Downs, she figures to be a force in this field and just might be the one to beat.

JOCKEY: Florent Geroux TRAINER: Brad Cox

7. Ava’s Grace (50-1): Scratched.

8. Moraz (30-1): She’s never been worse than third in five career starts and it’s hard to toss her out. But in a field as competitive as this, you would like to see at least one stakes win to her credit and so far, she’s 0-for-3 in that regard. At least she has the services of a hot jockey in California’s Flavien Prat.

JOCKEY: Flavien PratTRAINER: Michael McCarthy

9. Coach (50-1): Another who has long odds and has been competitive with several of the main horses in this race. She was third in the Fantasy, so it wouldn’t be a shock if she wins, but it doesn’t seem likely, either. On the bright side, maybe she kicks off a huge weekend for Luis Saez and Brad Cox.

JOCKEY: Luis SaezTRAINER: Brad Cox

10. Malathaat (5-2): She’s undefeated and the morning-line favorite. You can’t knock four wins in as many tries, but she had to work hard to win the Central Bank Ashland in her lone race at 3-year-old. The other top contenders appear to have an edge in being battle-tested this year and perhaps that will be the deciding factor in the final furlong.

JOCKEY: John VelazquezTRAINER: Todd Pletcher

11. Will’s Secret (30-1): She won a pair of Oaklawn stakes, including the Honeybee Stakes, but then was a little more than five lengths behind Malathaat when third in the Central Bank Ashland. A wide trip may have hurt her there, but ground loss could be a problem once again here from post 11.

JOCKEY: Jon Court TRAINER: Dallas Stewart

12. Search Results (3-1): She’s a perfect 3-for-3 and seems ready to handle the big step up in class from a Grade 3 win at Aqueduct to the Oaks. The post is a concern, but the skills of jockeyIrad Ortiz Jr. just might negate that. She is definitely one of the major players in a highly contentious race.

JOCKEY: Irad Ortiz Jr.TRAINER: Chad Brown

13. Competitive Speed (50-1): Having lost by four lengths or more in her last three starts, she has not lived up to her name. We’ll pass on her, especially from post 13.

JOCKEY: Chris Landeros TRAINER: Javier Gonzalez

14. Millefeuille (20-1): She led in mid-stretch in the Gulfstream Park Oaks but settled for second behind Crazy Beautiful. She was a little less than a length behind Malathaat as a 2-year-old in the Demoiselle Stakes, so, there are things to like in her past performances. What’s much tougher to like is post 14 in a field where there’s little to choose between many of the top contenders and significant ground loss promises to be costly.

JOCKEY: Joel Rosario TRAINER: Bill Mott

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2021 Road to the Kentucky Oaks

See also: Kentucky Oaks and Road to the Kentucky Oaks

The 2021 Road to the Kentucky Oaks is a points system by which Thoroughbredfillies qualified for the 2021 Kentucky Oaks held on April 30. The field for the Kentucky Oaks, the filly equivalent of the Kentucky Derby, is limited to fourteen horses, with up to four "also eligible" horses in case of a late withdrawal from the field. The 30 races in the Road to the Kentucky Oaks were held from September 2020 (when the fillies were age two) through April 2021 (when they had turned three). The top four finishers in the specified races earn points, with the highest point values awarded in the major preparatory races held in late March and early April. Earnings in non-restricted stakes act as a tie breaker.

Fillies who instead wish to enter the Kentucky Derby have to earn the necessary points in the races on the Road to the Kentucky Derby: points earned on the Road to the Kentucky Oaks are not transferable. However, if a filly does earn qualifying points for the Derby by racing in open company, those points also count towards qualifying for the Oaks.[1]

The 2020 Road to the Kentucky Oaks suffered major disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to the postponement of the 2020 Oaks itself to September. For 2021, the Road to the Kentucky Oaks instead reverted to schedule for the 2019 Road to the Kentucky Oaks, except as follows:

  • the Cincinnati Trophy, added as part of the 2020 Road, was retained for 2021
  • Points for the Bourbonette Oaks were increased from 20 for first place to 50
  • the Sunland Park Oaks was not held because of the cancellation of the Sunland Park race meeting due to the COVID-19 pandemic[2]}}

For the first time, points will not be awarded to horses that have been administered furosemide (Lasix) on race day.[3]


The following table shows the points earned in the eligible races.[1] Entries were taken on April 27.

Rank Horse Points Owner Trainer Eligible
1 Search Results 150 Klaravich Stables Chad Brown$275,000 [4]
2 Travel Column 132 OXO Equine Brad Cox$462,040 [5]
3 Crazy Beautiful 128 Phoenix Thouroughbred Kenneth McPeek$366,165 [6]
4 Pauline's Pearl 120 Stonestreet Stable Steve Asmussen$301,400 [7]
5 Malathaat 110 Shadwell Stable Todd Pletcher$377,500 [8]
Soothsay 100 Claiborne Farm, Perry & Ramona Bass & Adele Dilschneider Richard Mandella$240,000 [9]
6 Clariere 94 Stonestreet Stable Steve Asmussen$301,400 [5]
Beautiful Gift 90 Baomo Corp Bob Baffert $140,000 [9]
7 Will's Secret 80 Willis Horton Racing Dallas Stewart$340,000 [10]
Wholebodemeister 52 Sahara Farm Doug Watson $128,322 [11]
Mnasek 50 Al Rashid Stables Doug Watson $100,000 [12]
Adventuring 50 Godolphin Brad Cox $88,350 [13]
8 Millefeuille 44 Juddmonte Farms Bill Mott $71,200 [8]
9 Moraz 42 Don Alberto Stable Michael McCarthy $92,000 [9]
10 Ava's Grace 40 Cypress Creek Equine Robertino Diodoro $138,000 [14]
11 Pass the Champagne 40 R.A. Hill Stable, Black Type Thoroughbreds, Rock Ridge Racing, BlackRidge Stables and James BrownGeorge Weaver $80,000 [15]
12 Maracuja[b]40 Beach Haven Thoroughbreds Rob Atras $50,000 [16]
The Grass is Blue 30 Louis Lazzinnaro Chad Brown $110,278 [4]
13 Competitive Speed[c]30 John Minchello Javier Gonzalvez $85,635 [11]
Kalypso 28 David Remsen, Rockingham Ranch & Chad LittlefieldBob Baffert $280,000 [17]
14 Coach 26 Kueber Racing Brad Cox $186,640 [5]
Vequist 24 Gary Barber, Wachtel Stable & Swilson Stable Robert Reid Jr. $1,229,500 [18]
Souper Sensational 24 Live Oaks Plantation Mark Casse $118,484 [19]
Moon Swag 22 Brad King, Jim Cone, Scott Bryant, Stan & Suzanne KirbyBrendan Walsh $98,000 [20]
Miss Brazil 20 Team D & Madaket Stable Tony Dutrow $105,000 [4]
Army Wife 20 Three Diamonds Farm Mike Maker $30,000 [16]
Nayefah 20 Sheikh Ahmed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Nicholas Bachalard $28,750 [12]
15 Spritz[d]20 SF Racing Rodolphe Brisset $28,500 [13]
Dayoutoftheoffice 18 Timothy Hamm & Siena Farm Timothy Hamm $532,500 [18]
  • Entrants for Kentucky Oaks in pink
  • Did not qualify/Not nomininated/Injured/Bypassing the race in gray-->

Race results[edit]

Prep season[edit]

Kentucky Oaks prep season
Race Distance Purse Track Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Ref
Pocahontas1 mile $200,000 Churchill Downs Sep 3, 2020 Girl Daddy Crazy Beautiful Alexandria Xtrema [6]
Chandelier1+1⁄16 miles $200,000 Santa Anita Sep 26, 2020 Princess Noor Varda Miss Costa Rica Illumination [21]
Alcibiades1+1⁄16 miles $350,000 Keeneland Oct 2, 2020 Simply Ravishing Crazy Beautiful Travel Column Thoughtfully [22]
Frizette1 mile $250,000 BelmontOct 10, 2020 Dayoutoftheoffice Vequist Cilla Joy's Rocket [23]
Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies1+1⁄16 miles $2,000,000 Churchill Downs Nov 6, 2020 Vequist Dayoutoftheoffice Girl Daddy Simply Ravishing [18]
Golden Rod1+1⁄16 miles $200,000 Churchill DownsNov 28, 2020 Travel Column Clairiere Coach Simply Ravishing [5]
Demoiselle1+1⁄8 miles $150,000 Aqueduct Dec 5, 2020 Malathaat Millefeuille Malibu Curl Cafe Society [8]
Starlet1+1⁄16 miles $300,000 Los Alamitos Dec 5, 2020 Varda Kalypso Nasreddine Astute [17]
Santa Ynez7 furlongs $200,000 Santa Anita Jan 3, 2021 Kalypso Frosteira Brilliant Cut Queengol [24]
Silverbulletday1 mile 70 yards $150,000 Fair Grounds Jan 16, 2021 Charlie's Penny Souper Sensational Moon Swag Sun Path [20]
Busanda1+1⁄8 miles $100,000 Aqueduct Jan 24, 2021 The Grass Is Blue Coffee Bar Diamond Ore Traffic Lane [25]
Forward Gal7 furlongs $100,000 Gulfstream Jan 30, 2021 Zaajel Lady Traveler Wholebodemeister Dial to Win [26]
Martha Washington1 mile $200,000 Oaklawn Jan 30, 2021 Will's Secret Coach Joy's Rocket Sylvia Q [10]
Suncoast Stakes1 mile 40 yards $150,000 Tampa Bay Feb 6, 2021 Curlin's Catch Be Sneaky Il Malocchio Special Princess [27]
Las Virgenes1 mile $200,000 Santa Anita Feb 6, 2021 Moonlight d'Oro Kalypso Moraz Brilliant Cut [28]
Cincinnati Trophy 6+1⁄2 furlongs $65,000 Turfway Park Feb 26, 2021 Wait for Nairobi Phantom Vision Igloo Speeding [29]
Note: 1st=10 points; 2nd=4 points; 3rd=2 points; 4th=1 point, except the Juvenile Fillies, for which the points are doubled

Championship Series[edit]

Kentucky Oaks Championship Series
First leg of series
Race Distance Purse Track Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Ref
Rachel Alexandra1+1⁄16 miles $300,000 Fair Grounds Feb 13, 2021 Clairiere Travel Column Moon Swag Littlestitious [30]
UAE Oaks1,900 metres
(~1+3⁄16 miles)
$250,000 MeydanFeb 18, 2021 Mnasek Nayefah Last Sunset Al Maroom [12]
Davona Dale1 mile $200,000 Gulfstream Feb 27, 2021 Wholebodemeister Crazy Beautiful Competitive Speed Pens Street [11]
Busher1 mile $250,000 Aqueduct March 6, 2021 Search Results Miss Brazil The Grass Is Blue Laobanonaprayer [4]
Honeybee1+1⁄16 miles $300,000 Oaklawn Mar 6, 2021 Will's Secret Pauline's Pearl Sun Path Oliviaofthedesert [7]
Santa Ysabel1+1⁄16 miles $100,000 Santa Anita Mar 7, 2021 Beautiful Gift Moraz Kalypso Heels Up [31]
Sunland Park Oaksalign=center |cancelled[e]
Bourbonette Oaks1 mile[f]$150,000 TurfwayMar 27, 2021 Adventuring Spritz Candace Oliviaofthedesert [13]
Note: 1st=50 points; 2nd=20 points; 3rd=10 points; 4th=5 points
Second leg of series
Race Distance Purse Track Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Ref
Fair Grounds Oaks1+1⁄16 miles $400,000 Fair GroundsMar 20, 2021 Travel Column Clairiere Souper Sensational Obligatory [19]
Gulfstream Park Oaks1+1⁄16 miles $200,000 GulfstreamMar 27, 2021 Crazy Beautiful Millefeuille Competitive Speed Con Lima [32]
Ashland1+1⁄16 miles $400,000 KeenelandApr 3, 2021 Malathaat Pass the Champagne Will's Secret Moon Swag [15]
Santa Anita Oaks1+1⁄16 miles $400,000 Santa AnitaApr 3, 2021 Soothsay Beautiful Gift Moraz Javanica [9]
Gazelle1+1⁄8 miles $250,000 AqueductApr 3, 2021 Search Results Maracuja Army Wife The Grass Is Blue [16]
Fantasy1+1⁄16 miles $400,000 OaklawnApr 3, 2021 Pauline's Pearl Ava's Grace Coach Take Charge Lorin [14]
Note: 1st=100 points; 2nd=40 points; 3rd=20 points; 4th=10 points
"Wild Card"
Race Distance Purse Track Date 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Ref
Beaumont7 furlongs $150,000 Keeneland Apr 2, 2021 Twenty Carat Slumber Party Amalfi Princess Lady Traveler [33]
1st=10 points; 2nd=4 points; 3rd=2 points; 4th=1 points

See also[edit]


  1. ^Non-Restricted Stakes Earnings, used as a tie-breaker
  2. ^Maracuja's connections paid a late nomination fee
  3. ^A late nomination fee was paid for Competitive Speed
  4. ^A late nomination fee was paid for Spritz
  5. ^Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States the New Mexico racing regulator cancelled the Sunland Park meeting for 2021[2]
  6. ^All weather track


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The Longines Kentucky Oaks is America’s premier and most lucrative race for 3-year old fillies – female horses - held each year on the day before the Kentucky Derby. This feature race is a $1.25 Million Grade 1 stakes race and awards the winning filly a garland of lilies, appropriately named “lilies for the fillies.” Like the Kentucky Derby, the Longines Kentucky Oaks race is one of the longest continually held sporting events in American history, and one of the only horse races to take place at the original site of its inception. The race was established on May 19th, 1875, by the same founder of the Kentucky Derby, Colonel Meriwether Lewis Clark, and is modeled after the British Epsom Oaks. View the fillies in the Longines Kentucky Oaks.

Kentucky Oaks Day at Churchill Downs is the second highest attended horse race in the United States – following the Triple Crown of racing; the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes. Aside from thunderous live horse racing, fans celebrate fashion and fundraising for critical women’s health issues.

During Kentucky Oaks Day, the Churchill Downs Racetrack is a vision in pink as more than 100,000 guests are asked to prominently incorporate pink into their attire in an effort to drive national attention to the fight against breast and ovarian cancer. One of the most beloved traditions of this 12-year effort is the Survivors Parade - a march of breast and ovarian cancer survivors that takes place on the historic racetrack prior to the running of the Longines Kentucky Oaks. In 2021, the parade will be virtual due to COVID-19 social distancing protocols. Kentucky Oaks charitable initiative has raised more than $1,000,000 for charity since its inception.

As part of this year’s Kentucky Oaks charitable initiave, Churchill Downs has partnered with the Breast Health Program at Norton Cancer Institute to help cover the costs to renovate the Norton Prevention & Wellness Mobile Prevention Center, which provides free screening services to underserved patients age 40 and older in Jefferson and surrounding counties. Money raised through this effort has also funded the addition of 3-D mammography technology to the mobile unit.   

Furthermore, Churchill Downs has previously donated $1 for the sale of each Finlandia Oaks Lily, the official drink of the Kentucky Oaks. 

Learn More about the Survivors Parade

If you are planning to attend the Kentucky Oaks, we encourage you to wear any color as long as it is PINK — from hats to handkerchiefs, suits to sundresses, sunglasses to stilettos! Churchill Downs invites you to THINK PINK when planning your attire for Kentucky Oaks day, in honor of the Oaks official flower — the stargazer lily.

You can show off your pink duds in the Longines Kentucky Oaks Fashion Contest, for an opportunity to win a Longines time piece. 

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