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10 Secrets About Kentucky Oaks



One of the most sophisticated racing games in the world is the Kentucky oaks. It is a stakes race that is considered to be grade I. Fillies of 3 years can take part in this game. If you intend to buy Kentucky oaks tickets, you should know more about it beforehand.

Kentucky Oaks is a huge event. Every year numerous visitors and racers come to watch the sport. Being a heritage and sophisticated sport, the Kentucky oaks allow viewers to enjoy their time with many activities as well.

Here are 10 secrets about Kentucky oaks that everyone desires to know about.

Kentucky Oaks: 10 Interesting Secrets
The Kentucky Oaks is considered to be one of the most popular horse racing sports in the world. The local people generally consider the Kentucky oaks as their own local sport. Many visitors and race lovers come to the city and enjoy the game.

Every year, the town holds a racing game for visitors and arranges numerous other activities for entertainment. Some of them involve music concerts, boardwalk games, and vendors of food and alcohol. One very interesting fact about the Kentucky Oaks event is that the visitors are not allowed to bring their own alcoholic beverages. However, many manage to smuggle some to save up the expenses.

There are several more interesting facts about Kentucky oaks. Here are 10 super interesting secrets of the Kentucky oaks.

1. Difference between Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby
Both Kentucky oaks and Kentucky derby are the same elite horse racing sports. However, there is a key difference that everyone is unaware of. First, you need to know that there are 3 types of horses that participate in the race. The fillies are female horses that are younger than 5 years. The colts are male horses under the age of five. And the geldings are male horses that are neutered. In the Kentucky derby, fillies can race against the male horses. However, the geldings and colts are not allowed to run in the Kentucky oaks.

2. The Official Cocktail
There is an official cocktail for the Kentucky oats championship. The name of this refreshment drink is Oaks Lily. It is a mixture of Finlandia Vodka, Triple sec, cranberry juice, and a mixture of sweet and sour.

3. The Pink Covering
Most of the Kentucky oaks days are dedicated to curing breast cancer and standing together for the treatment. The sport goes on a partnership with different organizations to raise money and fight against breast cancer.

4. The Big Hats
When you are attending the game of Kentucky oaks, big hats are the way to go. It has become a common tradition in Kentucky for viewers of the game to wear big and large hats during the game. The more, the better for the sports.

5. Elegant Fashion Competition
The Kentucky oaks sport is also known as the Oaks day. There is a fashion competition held every year. If you are a fashionista and want to win a luxurious watch, walk down the red carpet with your most fabulous dress.

6. Numerous Exploring Opportunities
The game is not only about just attending and watching the horses race. Many people fail to set aside enough time to explore several opportunities around the town. There are monuments, sculptures, museums, and lots of other places to visit while enjoying the sport.

7. The Oaks-Derby Double
This is a betting game for the ones who just love the excitement. It is pretty straight forward. All you have to do is pick the winners of the two games. If your bet is on-spot, you can take the winner with you at home.

8. The Official Timekeeper
Longines is the official watch brand of Kentucky sports. For both Kentucky oaks and Kentucky derby, Longines watches have been the timekeeper since 2011.

9. Gold Embedded in the Trophy
The Kentucky oaks trophy is solid 14-karat gold. The whole trophy requires a total of 2,000 hours to make. And this is just the body of the trophy. There is another 18-karat gold jockey at the top. The estimated value of the trophy is 200,000 USD.

10. A Worthy Weekend Trip
Although sophisticated and expensive, Kentucky oaks can be a greatly worthy long weekend trip if done properly. It is a great place to relax with your family over a weekend. In addition, you can carry on with the fun and exciting activities along with the sport for the rest of the week with your friends.

Conclusion
Kentucky oaks have been a cherished sport for a long time. It has also become a scope to spend a vacation and relaxing time with family and friends. Tickets are available from numerous authentic websites. However, make sure you know the 10 secrets about Kentucky oaks before you plan your trip there.










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