Kentucky Oaks Profile: Coach

Coach is a long shot to be at the pointy end of the 2021 Kentucky Oaks
Coach is a long shot to be at the pointy end of the 2021 Kentucky Oaks

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Coach has been installed as a 50-1 shot for the Kentucky Oaks. Our in-house handicapper and turf-man both take a look at her chances of winning the 2021 Oaks and you can get full details of all 14-man filly field below.

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Kentucky Oaks 2021 Entries & Post Positions
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  • Horse
  • Morning Line Odds
  • Jockey
  • Trainer

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Horse

  • Pauline's Pearl
  • Maracuja
  • Clairiere
  • Crazy Beautiful
  • Pass the Champagne
  • Travel Column
  • Ava's Grace
  • Moraz
  • Coach
  • Malathaat
  • Will's Secret
  • Search Results
  • Competitive Speed
  • Millefeuille

Morning Line Odds

  • 20-1
  • 20-1
  • 5-1
  • 15-1
  • 15-1
  • 3-1
  • 50-1
  • 30-1
  • 50-1
  • 5-2fav
  • 30-1
  • 3-1
  • 50-1
  • 20-1

Jockey

  • Ricardo Santana Jr.
  • Kendrick Carmouche
  • Tyler Gaffalione
  • Jose Ortiz
  • Javier Castellano
  • Florent Geroux
  • David Cohen
  • Umberto Rispoli
  • Luis Saez
  • John Velazquez
  • Jon Court
  • Irad Ortiz
  • Chris Linderos
  • Joel Rosario

Trainer

  • Steve Asmussen
  • Rob Atras
  • Steve Asmussen
  • Kenny McPeek
  • George Weaver
  • Brad Cox
  • Robertino Diodoro
  • Michael McCarthy
  • Brad Cox
  • Todd Pletcher
  • Dallas Stewart
  • Chad Brown
  • Javier Gonzalez
  • Bill Mott

Sean's Take...

This one has found a sort of backdoor into the race as she’s yet to actually win this year and ranks 14th in terms of qualifying points, yet I don’t think she’s an entirely impossible betting proposition. For one, she’s trained by Brad Cox, who I hold in the highest regard, and two, she’s coming off a career-best performance in the G3 Fantasy. Her dramatic improvement in the Fantasy is part of the reason I’m dubious of the Beyer Speed Figures the race was assigned, but in her case I’m willing to make a slight exception given her familiarity with the local surface. I still think she’s a minor player at best, but I’d give her a long look before you turn the page.

J.N's Take...

A late addition to the KYO order . . . Brad Cox’s “other” filly draws in with the scratch of Soothsay. This Commissioner’s daughter has some major experience (like Competitive Speed, she has 7 lifetime races under her belt). Her conditioner was aggressive with her throughout key races at Churchill Downs and at Oaklawn.

Honestly, the only race she fundamentally “missed” in was the Honeybee (G3). All of her other attempts were impressive tries. Her late-running style is both a blessing and a curse. Without much early speed, she is going to need to be positioned correctly in order to make a late run. If you had to name a jockey who could handle an assignment as tough as this one, then Luis Saez’s name would invariably rise to the surface. His riding skills are top notch, and he makes this “good” horse into one with potential that is off-the-charts. I wouldn’t go as far as to say she is going to win this race, but you never know. It is Cox, after all. What a running style! Grade: B

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