Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - July 23

A year after saddling his first graded stakes winner and Breeders’ Cup starter, Brad Cox is nearing another mile-stone in his training career. Oaklawn’s co-third-leading trainer this year is scheduled to make his Saratoga stakes debut in Saturday’s $150,000 Sanford (G3) for 2-year-olds with unbeaten Twirling Cinnamon.
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AUGUST FEATURES HAPPY TOGETHER TOUR, LAS VEGAS TRIP GIVEAWAYS

Oaklawn will offer several fun and exciting ways to beat the heat this August. Highlighted by a concert in the Finish Line Theater, there will also be four chances to win at trip to Las Vegas up for grabs the weekend of Aug. 8 & 9 and a chance to win $100,000 every Thursday during the month.
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Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - July 21

High Dollar Woman is under consideration for two stakes races next month on the East Coast following her victory in Saturday night’s $200,000 Indiana Oaks (G2) at Indiana Grand, trainer Steve Hobby said. The filly, fifth in her 3-year-old debut, the $100,000 Martha Washington Stakes Jan. 31 at Oaklawn, earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 90 for her front-running one-length victory in the Indiana Oaks at 1 1/16 miles.
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OAKLAWN’S MARKETING TEAM BRINGS HOME FOUR ROMERO AWARDS

Oaklawn’s marketing department received four Romero Awards during the closing ceremonies of the Gaming Marketing & Technology Conference July 16 in Las Vegas, bringing its lofty total to 25 awards over the last six years. Oaklawn was competing in the large gaming property category for the first time as a result of its recent expansion, which increased the competition exponentially.
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Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - July 16

The last time Far Right, Mr. Z and Bold Conquest met, they faced racing’s ultimate roadblock in the $1 million Arkansas Derby (G1) April 11 at Oaklawn. American Pharoah breezed to an eight-length victory that day, then swept the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont to become the 12th Triple Crown winner, and first since 1978.
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