One Million Dollar Kentucky Oaks Contest

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
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).

Horse Racing News

Tacitus Not War of Will Favored to Win Belmont Stakes

Tacitus Not War of Will Favored to Win Belmont Stakes

Finishing third at this year's Kentucky Derby, Tacticus was coming in just short of 2/1 odds to win the upcoming Belmont Stakes race.

War of Will Wins Preakness Stakes

War of Will Wins Preakness Stakes

War of Will has won the 144th Preakness Stakes, followed by the biggest long shot in the race at 50-1 odds, Everlast, and Owendale.

Bodexpress Runs Preakness Without a Jockey but Declared 'Did Not Finish' - No Refunds

Bodexpress Runs Preakness Without a Jockey but Declared 'Did Not Finish' - No Refunds

If you had Bodexpress to win the 2019 Preakness Stakes, he was declared "DNF" or "Did Not Finish".

Bourbon War Sees Odds Improving, Was AP Pick

Bourbon War Sees Odds Improving, Was AP Pick

Bourbon War odds were slashed from 10-1 overnight to 6-1 just hours ahead of the 2019 Preakness Stakes race.

Associated Press Preakness Pick 2019: Bourbon War

Associated Press Preakness Pick 2019: Bourbon War

There won't be a Triple Crown this year after Kentucky Derby winner Country Home was pulled due to an illness. 

Syndicate