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.
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