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Kentucky Oaks TV schedule, post positions

The Kentucky Oaks, a $1 million Grade 1 stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred fillies, will take place Friday at Churchill Downs, a day before the Kentucky Derby.

Untapable, trained by Steve Asmussen, enters the 1 1/8-mile race as the overwhelming favorite with 4-5 odds.

Here is the field of contenders, in order of post position:

Post Position Horse Jockey Odds
1 Please Explain  Jose Lezcano 50-1
2 Ria Antonia  Mike Smith 10-1
3 Sugar Shock  Calvin Borel 12-1
4 Rosalind  Joel Rosario 8-1
5 Thank You Marylou  Julien Leparoux 30-1
6 Kiss Moon  Victor Espinoza 30-1
7 Fashion Plate  Gary Stevens 6-1
8 Aurelia’s Belle  Channing Hill 50-1
9 Unbridled Forever  Robby Albarado 12-1
10 Empress of Midway  Corey Nakatani 50-1
11 My Miss Sophia  Javier Castellano 8-1
12 Got Lucky  John Velazquez 12-1
13 Untapable  Rosie Napravnik 4-5

Broadcast for the Kentucky Oaks will begin at 3 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network with the post time at 5:49 p.m.

More Kentucky Derby

Andrew Beyer’s Derby pick

Post time, odds, post positions, and analysis

Why pace in the Derby is so important

Female jockeys in the Derby

Kelyn Soong is a news aide, blogger and reporter in the sports section. He currently covers high school and local tennis and has written about a variety of sports.



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