Del Mar Oaks 2020: Entries & Odds at Del Mar

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Del Mar Press Release
Updated: August 20, 2020

Eleven 3-year-old fillies will test their mettle over nine furlongs on the Del Mar turf course in the Grade I Del Mar Oaks, a key race on a five-stakes program offering more than $1-million in purse money at the seaside oval on Saturday, August 22.

The $250,000 Oaks, which starts out of the diagonal infield chute, will have its 64th running with 11 distaff sophs in the lineup. It goes as race No. 9 on the 11-race card.

2020 Del Mar Oaks Field & Odds

Race 9 at Del Mar on Saturday, August 22 - Post 9:06 PM

Entry Horse ML Odds Jockey Trainer
1 Carpe Vinum 15-1 Aaron Gryder
122 Lbs
Philip D'Amato
2 California Kook 15-1 Edwin Maldonado
122 Lbs
Peter Miller
3 Miss Extra (FR) 9-2 Umberto Rispoli
122 Lbs
Richard Mandella
4 Warren's Showtime 6-1 Mike Smith
122 Lbs
Craig Lewis
5 Aqua Seaform Shame 12-1 Ruben Fuentes
122 Lbs
Richard Baltas
6 Trickle In 12-1 Ricardo Gonzalez
122 Lbs
Dan Blacker
7 Red Lark (IRE) 12-1 Drayden Van Dyke
122 Lbs
Patrick Gallagher
8 Neige Blanche (FR) 5-1 Flavien Prat
122 Lbs
Leonard Powell
9 Parkour 15-1 Geovanni Franco
122 Lbs
Richard Mandella
10 Laura's Light 3-1 Abel Cedillo
122 Lbs
Peter Miller
11 Guitty (FR) 8-1 Juan Hernandez
122 Lbs
Leonard Powell

The likely favorite in the highly sought lawn test is Gary Barber's Laura's Light, a daughter of Constitution who has won five of her seven lifetime starts, including a last-out tally in one-mile Del Mar's San Clemente Stakes on grass July 25, a race considered the key prep for the Del Mar Oaks. Trainer Peter Miller's bay filly was ridden that day by Abel Cedillo and the Guatemalan jockey is back aboard Saturday. They'll break from Post 10 and carry 122 pounds, just as all runners in the race do.

Here's the complete field for the Oaks from the rail out with riders and morning line odds:

MyRacehorsecom or Platts' Carpe Vinum (Aaron Gryder, 15-1); Barber or Wachtel Stable's California Kook (Edwin Maldonado, 15-1); Jathiere or Lazare's Miss Extra (Umberto Rispoli, 9/2); Benjamin and Sally Warren's Warren's Showtime (Mike Smith, 6-1); Calvin Nguyen's Aqua Seaform Shame (Ruben Fuentes, 12-1); What Time Is It Racing's Trickle In (Ricardo Gonzalez, 12-1); Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners' Red Lark (Drayden Van Dyke, 12-1); Madaket Stables, DeSeroux or Naif's Neige Blanche (Flavien Prat, 5-1); L N J Foxwoods' Parkour (Giovanni Franco, 15-1); Laura's Light, and Benowitz Family Trust and Madaket Stables' Guitty (Juan Hernandez, 8-1).

Chief threats to Laura's Light are a pair of French fillies who'll be making their U.S. debuts in the nine-panel showdown. Miss Extra, a bay by Masterstroke, last raced on July 5 at Chantilly, the French racecourse about 30 miles north of Paris. The bay has won three of her four starts this year, including the Group II Prix de Sandringham at Chantilly on June 18 at a mile on turf. Trainer Richard Mandella is listed as her conditioner for the Oaks.

Neige Blanche is in the barn of the American-based, French-born trainer Leonard Powell. Her last outing was on June 6 at Lyon-Parilly near Lyon in the central part of France. She won the Group III Prix Cleopatre that day, her third victory in her sixth lifetime start.

Powell also trains Guitty, who was second to Laura's Light in the San Clemente after having to take the overland for the last three-eighths of a mile. She shows two wins and two seconds from eight lifetime outings.

Warren's Showtime had a taste of bad racing luck in the stretch in finishing third in the San Clemente. The chestnut homebred by Clubhouse Ride has won five of 11 races and has earnings of $430,251. She won four minor stakes and will be making her first Grade I appearance Saturday.

First post Saturday will be 2 p.m.

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