Kentucky Oaks Profile: Will's Secret

Will's Secret would be a fascinating story as Jon Court would become the oldest jockey to win the Oaks if he won
Will's Secret would be a fascinating story as Jon Court would become the oldest jockey to win the Oaks if he won

Will's Secret has been installed as a 30-1 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.

They have previewed the entire field so to check out all their thoughts on the 14 three-year-old fillies then click on the Gold Kentucky Oaks 2021 button whereupon you'll be taken to our Oaks Home Page with all the profiles listed...

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

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  • 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


  • 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


  • 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...

She was cleaning up in the early Oaklawn preps for the Oaks before she was exposed last out in the G1 Ashland, in which she was soundly defeated by Malathaat and Pass the Champagne. She’s an honest filly who is capable of better than what she showed in the Ashland, as she found herself uncharacteristically far behind a tepid pace, but this is too ambitious a spot for her at this stage of her career. She’s only playable in the deepest of exotics.

J.N's Take...

D. Wayne Lukas, the celebrated HOF trainer, took Will Take Charge to the very highest of Thoroughbred competition back in 2010. After this horse retired to stud, he began to produce some nice offspring. The owners, who included Willis Horton, are back with this filly who is trained by the eminently capable Dallas Stewart.

Back in December, this dark bay young female proceeded to rattle off 3 wins in a row. Those included the 200k Martha Washington and the 300k Honeybee (G3). Jon Court proved he could still ride, and he continues to be a timeless wonder. Coming into the Ashland (G1) everyone knew it was going to be a challenge up against Pletcher’s undefeated favorite. Finishing 3rd was not a poor showing (no pun intended), but many will point to the fact that it appears to be a step back. Stewart will have this one cranked up for the Oaks, after some breezes. I wouldn’t count him out when it comes to readiness. How she will fare against this field once this race goes off . . . unsure, at this point. Grade: C

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Kentucky Oaks 2021