Remington Park Oaks 2021 Entries: Classy Pauline's Pearl Arrives

Jockey Ricardo Santana rides Pauline's Pearl in the Remington Park Oaks ... see what this team's chances are looking like in Sunday's Grade 3 contest.
Jockey Ricardo Santana rides Pauline's Pearl in the Remington Park Oaks ... see what this team's chances are looking like in Sunday's Grade 3 contest.

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The $200k Grade III Remington Park Oaks brings together an interesting group of 3-yr-old fillies. With 7 drawn, there are numerous directions you can go in, so it should make for an intriguing betting contest. Join us as J.N. Campbell brings you this overview, ahead of our full-race preview into the weekend ...

Remington Park Oaks 2021 Entries, Post Positions & M/L Odds
  • Post Position
  • Horse Name
  • Morning Line Odds
  • Trainer/Jockey

Post Position

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7.

Horse Name

  • Pauline's Pearl
  • Bobbin Tail
  • Amendment Nineteen
  • My Girl Red
  • Lovely Ride
  • Hailey's Melody
  • Lady Mystify

Morning Line Odds

  • 5/2
  • 10/1
  • 7/2
  • 15/1
  • 3/1
  • 15/1
  • 4/1

Trainer/Jockey

  • Asmussen/Santana
  • Smith/Cabrera
  • Cox/Rosario
  • Asmussen/Elliott
  • Calhoun/Gutierrez
  • Quinonez/Offolter
  • Eurton/Prat
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When it comes to a big race day at a track whose jockey colony is not necessarily ripe with national riding stars, it is always interesting to see how invaders fare aboard the mounts that they pick up. The question is ... will they pilot them better or worse, when it comes to competing with those who have already had deeper experiences around the track? Some handicappers will say that an oval is an oval, and that it makes little difference who is in the saddle. I am not so sure. I think jockeys that know the course, understand how to navigate the turns, and spot weaknesses in the way the track is setting up on any particular day, can have an edge. Coming into this race, the Grade 3 Remington Park Oaks, out of the 7 we have slated, a local will be going up against a classy invader; plus on the docket are some other shippers who posses some important "Non-G" experience.

Wading into this 1 1/16th affair on the dirt, it is readily apparent that Steve Asmussen has the Stonestreet Stables homebred ready to rise to the top of the tote (5/2 on the M/L) when this race goes off at 6:33p.m. local time. Pauline's Pearl #1 deserves respect based on the kind of races she has entered. Even though running in the KY Oaks (G1) on the last Friday in May resulted in an 8th place finish, and her subsequent runs at Prairie Meadows and Charles Town did not yield any wins (she hit the board though), she could be primed for a score coming into RP. Ricardo Santana, who rode her to victory in the Grade 3 Fantasy back in early April at Oaklawn, is going to hope to harness some of that tactical ability that can win the day for these excellent connections.

As for the rest of this field, some nationally known trainers come to OKC to rival Asmussen's top filly. Brad Cox's Amendment 19 #3, Bret Calhoun's Lovely Ride #5, and Peter Eurton's Lady Mystify #7 each have their share of upsides. At this point, it looks as though Calhoun's entry has some momentum coming into Remington, after a nice score (and speed fig) up at Parx in a "Non-G" 150k rumble. From a hot barn, she gets Reylu Gutierrez, who just won his 1st race at Churchill Downs in the Grade 3 Pocahontas. If the Allied Racing Stables homebred makes the lead, with such an aggressive rider on board, she could win the day. As for Cox's charge, she is new to her outfit as of the summer. Juddmonte is angling for this daughter of Constitution to go up the ladder in class. With Joel Rosario flying into Will Rogers Airport, that could assist, but it is going to take some savvy riding to pull off the upset. At odds of 7/2, that just seems like too short a price. As far as a West Coast interloper, the highly-proficient Eurton Barn is looking to scoop up a win. His Bernardini filly at least has sampled what it is like to compete in a Grade 3. She was not exactly competitive in the Torrey Pine, ending up 17-lengths behind Private Mission. Maybe with the return of Flavien Prat, she can realize once again some winning ways ...

The others runners that complete the field, include Kenny Smith's Bobbin Tale #2, Steve Asmussen's "B-Team" entry My Girl Red #4, and Joe Offolter's Hailey's Melody #6. Of these, David Cabrera's mount from the Smith Barn appears particularly inviting. Not only has she raced well of late, but Cabrera is absolutely on fire at the Meet (23% winners). He can use his knowledge as a "leg-up" against more celebrated jockeys like Santana, Rosario, and Prat. That does not mean that this longer-priced local will win, but it could be an important handicapping angle for you to consider when surveying the form.

Remington Park put together a solid Oklahoma Derby Day card, and this race, the Oaks, should be a good one to try and play. Just because HOF trainer Steve Asmussen has potentially the race time favorite, does in no way assure him of a "W." Whatever happens, this is going to be a fun one to dissect come the weekend.

Our man J.N. Campbell is down to cover the action from Remington Park this Sunday, so check back late on Saturday for his preview of the race...

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