Oaklawn Park

TODAY January 30, 2015
Ride On Curlin galloped about 1 1/2 miles Friday at Oaklawn to move closer to his first work since winning an allowance sprint at the track in his 4-year-old debut Jan. 15. Ride On Curlin was the runner-up in last year’s Preakness.
Private Prospect, a multiple stakes winner who finished a troubled ninth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, is being pointed for the Grade 3, $300,000 Southwest at Oaklawn on Feb. 16, trainer Mike Campbell said Friday.
Work All Week, the champion male sprinter of 2014, resumed training at a farm near Ocala, Fla., this week after some vacation time, according to his trainer, Roger Brueggemann.
YESTERDAY January 29, 2015
Trainer D. Wayne Lukas is well versed in bringing out a champion, having trained 26 of them in his Hall of Fame career. Lukas’ latest is Take Charge Brandi, who will launch her 3-year-old season Saturday in the $100,000 Martha Washington at Oaklawn Park.
January 28, 2015
Mary Rampellini's Horses to Watch at Oaklawn Park for the week of Jan. 26.
Take Charge Brandi has drawn post 6 in a field of seven for the $100,000 Martha Washington at Oaklawn on Saturday.
Trainer Kellyn Gorder had a productive week at Oaklawn, with Joy Boy and Bootsy’s Girl both positioning themselves for potential stakes starts off powerful wins. On Sunday, Joy Boy captured a $62,500 optional claimer that drew a handful of stakes ...
Trainer Brad Cox is hoping for a better start for Prosecution in Friday’s eighth race at Oaklawn than the horse had in his most recent out.
January 26, 2015
Double Ours could be poised to fire a peak race Thursday, when he takes on the comebacking stakes winners Den’s Legacy and Rivers Run Deep in the eighth race at Oaklawn Park. The second-level allowance at six furlongs has a claiming option of $40,000. ...
January 24, 2015
Sugar Shock won her first start in more than six months Saturday, when she surged from off the pace to overtake Spring Included and Haveyougoneaway nearing the wire in the $100,000 American Beauty at Oaklawn Park.