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Odds to Win the Kentucky Oaks 2011

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
May/05/2011
Kentucky Oaks 2011

Odds to win the Kentucky Oaks 2011 were available at BetUS.com.   The official favorite is Joyful Victory at +225, paying $225 for every $100 bet or $25 for every $10 bet, however, the field remains very competitive with a total of five horses having 4/1 or better odds. 

A glance at horse names will tell you what the Kentucky Oaks is all about.  The race is a Grade I Stakes Race for three-year-old Thoroughbred fillies staged annually in Louisville, Kentucky.  The race currently covers 1⅛miles (1811 m) at Churchill Downs with the horses carrying121 pounds (54.9 kg).

While the Kentucky Oaks does not typically garner as much attention as its Saturday companion, The Kentucky Derby, the 2009 race featured a bona fide star, Rachel Alexandra. 

 

Joyful Victory    

+225

2

Lilacs and Lace    

+1100

3

Summer Soiree    

+400

4

Kathmanblu    

+350

5

Suave Voir Faire    

+3500

6

Zazu    

+400

7

Her Smile    

+1600

8

Bouquet Booth    

+1800

9

Daisy Devine    

+1600

10

Street Storm    

+4000

11

Holy Heavens    

+4000

12

Plum Pretty    

+400

13

St. John’s River    

+2500

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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