Betting the 2019 Kentucky Oaks

At about 6:10 pm ET on Friday, 14 three-year-old fillies will line up at the starting gate at Churchill Downs for the Grade 1, $1.25 million Longines Kentucky Oaks.

Post positions were drawn, morning-line odds announced on Monday (you’ll find them here), and thus began the serious handicapping.

The forecast calls for the possibility of showers mid-afternoon, cloudy and dry at post time, suggesting that at least at this point, you can handicap for a good track. That may change, if it does, we’ll be back with a look at some of the horses that move up on a wet racing surface.

Our public handicappers are back with their advice for a Kentucky Oaks wager, which you can place at racetracks and off-track betting facilities, or through on-line wagering platforms.

Good luck, and safe trips to all.

Continue reading at Forbes.com for handicapping insights from Ed DeRosa, Emily Gullikson, Candice Hare, Seth Merrow, and Brian Nadeau.

Jaywalk winning the Frizette at Belmont Park. NYRA photo

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