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One Million Dollar Kentucky Oaks Contest

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May/05/2011
One Million Dollar Kentucky Oaks Contest

Start Kentucky Derby weekend with a huge payday before the big race even takes place with Sportsbook.com’s $1 million Kentucky Oaks Contest. 

It is their first-ever Kentucky Oaks Challenge featuring the same purse as this famed race, $1 Million. Held annually on the Friday before the Derby, you can win the $1 Million prize by correctly predicting the finishing order of the Top 10.

Predict the correct finishing order for the Top 10 horses in the Oaks and you’ll win the $1 Million prize.

Race Info:

Held annually on the Friday before the Kentucky Derby since 1875, the Kentucky Oaks is a Grade I stakes run at the distance of 1 1/8 miles. The race features a $500,000.00 paid to the winner.

To Qualify for the Cash Prize:

Enter your CID and Email at the Sportsbook.com website

Select the correct order of the Top 10 finishing horses of the 2011 Kentucky Oaks.

Place $10.00 worth of wagers on the 2011 Kentucky Oaks at Sportsbook.com (Horsebook or Sportsbook).

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