Kentucky Oaks Results 2014: Winner, Payouts and Order of Finish

Rob GoldbergFeatured ColumnistMay 2, 2014

Rosie Napravnik rides Untapable to victory during the 140th running of the Kentucky Oaks horse race at Churchill Downs Friday, May 2, 2014, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/Tim Donnelly)
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In the second biggest horse race of the weekend, Untapable broke away from the field to earn a first-place finish at the 2014 Kentucky Oaks.

Despite coming from the outside post, jockey Rosie Napravnik kept her horse near the front for the majority of the race. She was then able to pull away on the final stretch to pull ahead and win the race, proving to be the best Filly in the competition.

Americas Best Racing had Steve Asmussen's thoughts on Untapable's win:

This turned out to be the second-fastest run ever at the Kentucky Oaks, finishing in a time of one minute and 48.68 seconds.

My Miss Sophia also had a strong performance to finish in second place while Unbridled Forever came through with a third-place showing.

Here is a full look at the results with payouts from the prestigious race:

2014 Kentucky Oaks Payouts
2My Miss Sophia11-$4.20$4.40
3Unbridled Forever9--$6.00
via NBC Sports Broadcast


Untapable entered the race as the overwhelming favorite after impressive showings throughout the season. Before the race, Churchill Downs oddsmaker Mike Battaglia explained to Steve Jones of The Courier-Journal:

She's a standout. She's as good as the colts this year, I think. I knew she drew the outside, but I really don't think it'll matter at a mile and a eighth. … Plus, she's handled this track already. … Her last two races, she ran faster than the colts in Louisiana on the same day. Right now, she's in a class by herself, to me.

Obviously, she lived up to expectations with an impressive showing at the Kentucky Oaks. Napravnik—who won this event for the second year in a row—seemed confident the entire time:

Not too far behind was My Miss Sophia, which was simply overmatched at the end. Still, she had a strong race, as noted by Brian Monzo of WFAN:

Robby Albarado then helped Unbridled Forever finish in third place as a relative long shot. In fact, this turned out to be the best payout of all the top-three horses. Here is a full look at the results from the race:

2014 Kentucky Oaks Results
PlaceHorsePostLengths Back
2My Miss Sophia114 1/2
3Unbridled Forever910 1/2
4Rosalind411 3/4
5Thank You Marylou512 1/2
6Ria Antonia215 3/4
7Got Lucky1219 1/2
8Sugar Shock322 3/4
9Aurelia's Belle824 1/4
10Please Explain124 1/4
11Fashion Plate729 3/4
12Kiss Moon631 1/2
13Empress of Midway10Scratched
via NBC Sports Broadcast


The start of the race was a bit delayed after Empress of Midway was scratched seconds before the starting gun. Ray Paulick of the Paulick Report described the incident:

This caused the rest of the field to leave their gates and then repost. Fortunately, it did not seem to affect Untapable, who still ran the race of her life to earn a win. 

The attention now shifts to the Kentucky Derby slated for Saturday night. According to OddsShark, California Chrome enters the race as the overwhelming favorite after winning his last five races. However, other contenders like Wicked Strong and Danza should provide a challenge.

Napravnik will also try to repeat her performance on top of Vicar's In Trouble in the first leg of the Triple Crown.


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