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Kentucky Oaks Tickets

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If you know about horse racing, then you’ve likely heard about the Kentucky Oaks. The Kentucky Oaks is second only to the Kentucky Derby as far as popular horse races held in Louisville. Get your Kentucky Oaks tickets early in order to secure the best possible seats for the race.

The first Kentucky Oaks race was ran in 1875 at what would later be known as the Churchill Downs in Louisville. Each year three year old fillies take part in the championship 1,800 meter race. The winner will receive a purse worth $600,000 and the race trophy. Get your Kentucky Oaks tickets for sale in order to see who takes home this extraordinary honor.

Your tickets for the Kentucky Oaks won’t just cover admission to the horse race. There are a slew of other activities to participate in once race day arrives. Tickets to the Kentucky Oaks permit admission to the annual fashion show and Survivors Parade. The Survivors Parade is a group of cancer patients who will walk the Churchill Downs track prior to the start of the Kentucky Oaks race. The annual fashion show is open to all ages and features women with gorgeous outfits and outrageous hats. Kentucky Oaks tickets for sale is your single pass into all of these events.

Why do you need to buy Kentucky Oaks tickets early? Tickets for the Kentucky Oaks get snatched up immediately because it is the third most attended horse race each year and trails only the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes held in Delaware. For the last ten years, an average of 100,000 people has attended the race annually.

Your tickets for the Kentucky Oaks will also garner you up close views of world-renowned jockeys and thoroughbreds. Past horse winners have included Believe You Can, Rachel Alexandra, Blind Luck, Rags to Riches, Plum Pretty and Lemons Forever. Jockeys that have won the title include Rosie Napravnik, Martin Garcia, Calvin Borel, Nick Zito and Dallas Stewart.

The Kentucky Oaks is typically held in the beginning of May. The color of the day is pink in order to support breast cancer awareness.

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