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Untapable and Rosie Napravnik Win Kentucky Oaks With Ease

Untapable and Rosie Napravnik Win Kentucky Oaks With Ease: The 140th running of the Longines Kentucky Oaks took place on Friday, May 2, 2014 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky and Untapable was unstoppable. The $1,000,000 1 1/8 mile dirt race for three-year-old fillies is considered the sister race to the legendary Kentucky Derby and proved to be just another day at the track for jockey Rosie Napravnik and three-year-old filly Untapable. Trained by Steve Asmussen, the favorite Untapable made winning the Kentucky Oaks look easy for a Churchill Downs crowd of 113,071. See Replay Below

Untapable Kentucky Oaks 2014

Untapable and jockey Rosie Napravnik win the Longines Kentucky Oaks on Friday, May 2, 2014 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The win was Rosie Napravnik’s second Kentucky Oaks victory.
Photo: Jason Szenes

Owned by Winchell Thoroughbreds, Untapable was being compared to the great Rachel Alexandra before the big race and certainly lived up to the high expectations. Untapable was the 4-5 favorite in the 2014 Kentucky Oaks but ended up with even money odds when the the 1 1/8 mile race began. My Miss Sophia finished 2nd, Unbridled Forever 3rd, and Rosalind finished in 4th place.

Empress of Midway was scratched after flipping in the gate. The filly appeared uninjured as she was walked back to the Doug O’Neill barn. There was trouble in the gate for Fashion Plate as well, which resulted in a bad break from the gate and an 11th place finish.

The 2014 Kentucky Oaks was jockey Rosie Napravnik’s second win of the day and her 2nd time winning the Longines Kentucky Oaks. Rosie will team up with Vicar’s In Trouble for the 2014 Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 3, 2014.

Kentucky Oaks 2014 Results & Payouts:
13 Untapable Rosie and Napravnik $4.00 to Win, $3.20 to Place, $2.60 to Show
11 My Miss Sophia and Javier Castellano $4.20 to Place, $4.40 to Show
9 Unbridled Forever Robby Albarado $6.00 to Show
Also ran: 4 – Rosalind , 5 – Thank You Marylou , 2 – Ria Antonia , 12 – Got Lucky , 3 – Sugar Shock , 8 – Aurelia’s Belle , 1 – Please Explain , 7 – Fashion Plate , 6 – Kiss Moon
Scratched horses: Empress of Midway (Veterinarian)

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Kentucky Oaks 2014 Post Positions and Odds
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1 Please Explain 50-1 Jose Lezcano
2 Ria Antonia 25-1 Mike Smith
3 Sugar Shock 50-1 Calvin Borel
4 Rosalind 9-2 Joel Rosario
5 Thank You Marylou 30-1 Julien Leparoux
6 Kiss Moon 50-1 Victor Espinoza
7 Fashion Plate 15-1 Gary Stevens
8 Aurelia’s Belle 50-1 Channing Hill
9 Unbridled Forever 50-1 Robby Albarado
10 Empress Of Midway 50-1 Corey Nakatani Scratched
11 My Miss Sophia 8-1 Javier Castellano
12 Got Lucky 20-1 John Velazquez
13 Untapable 4-5 Rosie Napravnik

Kentucky Derby 2014 Post Positions and Odds

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