The Kentucky Oaks and Derby
The Kentucky Oaks is America's premier and most lucrative race for 3-year old fillies - female horses - held each year on the day before the Kentucky Derby.
This feature race is a $1 Million Garde 1 stakes race and awards the winning filly a garland of lilies, appropriately named "lilies for the fillies". Like The Kentucky Derby, the Kentucky Oaks race is on the the longest continually held sporting events in American history and one of the horse races to take place at the original site of its inception. The race was established on May 19th, 1875, by the same founder of the Kentucky Derby, Colonel Meriwether Lewis Clark and is modelled after the British Epsom Oaks.
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