Oaklawn Park

TODAY March 27, 2015
Trainer Ken McPeek won his first Oaklawn Park stakes on Friday when Trace Creek held off Pistolpackinpenny in the $75,000 Arkansas Breeders’ Stakes.
Oaklawn Park moves into its most important stretch of racing next Saturday, April 4, with the Grade 3, $400,000 Fantasy Stakes. The feature for 3-year-old fillies opens the annual Racing Festival of the South.
We Be Stormin will return to racing with straight 3-year-olds Sunday when he attempts to win his fourth consecutive race in the $75,000 Rainbow Stakes at Oaklawn Park. He is among seven Arkansas-breds set for the six-furlong sprint, including the ...
YESTERDAY March 26, 2015
Easter Indy and Jean’s Beauty both ran competitive races against quality older rivals in their last starts and the return to racing with 3-year-olds Saturday at Oaklawn in the $75,000 Rainbow Miss would seem to be an advantage for both fillies.
Mary Rampellini's horses to watch at Oaklawn Park for the week of March 26.
March 25, 2015
Oaklawn Park will raise purses between $1,000 and $2,000 per race for the final 10 dates of the meet, the track announced Wednesday. The increase will go into effect Saturday. It is the third purse increase of the meet, and it will make for allowances ...
The Grade 1-placed 3-year-old The Truth Or Else breezed five furlongs in company in 1:00.40 on Wednesday at Oaklawn. He worked in blinkers with the intent of adding them for the Arkansas Derby, said trainer Ken McPeek. Jockey Calvin Borel was aboard ...
Trace Creek arguably is the most accomplished member of the $75,000 Arkansas Breeders’ Stakes field at Oaklawn as a Grade 3-placed runner who has won allowance races at Churchill Downs and Keeneland. But his form has been built on turf, and he will be ...
On a sunny Wednesday morning at Oaklawn Park, champion Work All Week had his first published work since winning the Breeders’ Cup Sprint. The Eclipse Award-winning sprinter arrived in Arkansas last Tuesday. He was freshened after the Breeders’ Cup and ...
Five horses trained by Kenny Smith at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark., have been cleared to run by track stewards after tests on the horses came back clean for high cobalt concentrations, according to the chief steward and Smith.