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Longines Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs

The Longines Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs was a remarkable display of racing excellence and emotional celebration. From breathtaking stakes races to inspiring moments of community and survival, the day was filled with unforgettable experiences.

Stakes Races Highlights

The racing schedule was packed with top-tier competition, including several high-stakes challenges. Idiomatic clinched victory in the Fasig Tipton La Troienne (Grade 1), while the Unbridled Sidney (Grade 3), Alysheba (Grade 2), Eight Belles (Grade 2), and Edgewood (Grade 2) were won by Ova Charged, First Mission, My Mane Squeeze, and Dynamic Pricing respectively. The climax of the day, the Longines Kentucky Oaks (Grade 1), was brilliantly won by Thorpedo Anna, adding a thrilling finale to the day’s stakes races.

The 2024 Survivors Parade

An inspiring moment unfolded on the turf track as 150 proud survivors of breast and ovarian cancer participated in the 2024 Survivors Parade. This powerful event celebrated their courageous journeys and triumphs over cancer, touching the hearts of everyone in attendance.

Looking Forward to the Kentucky Derby

With the excitement of the Kentucky Oaks behind us, the anticipation now builds towards the 150th Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve. Stay tuned as we prepare for another spectacular day of racing and celebration.

By ML Staff. Content/Image courtesy of Kentucky Derby


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