JEEPERS CREEPERS! OAKLAWN GIVING AWAY A JEEP EVERY SUNDAY IN OCTOBER

October will be a Spooktacular month at Oaklawn from start to finish highlighted by the Jeepers Creepers promotion. One lucky guest will walk away every Sunday with a new Jeep from Tim Parker Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Ram of Hot Springs. Oaklawn will be calling two qualifiers every 15 minutes from 3 – 8 p.m. and the final giveaway will be at 8 p.m. Patrons receive one entry for earning 10 points between Sunday and Saturday each week and will receive an additional entry for every 25 points earned.
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Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - Sept. 17

Madefromlucky and Mr. Z, veterans of Oaklawn’s 2015 3-year-old series, are among 10 horses entered in Saturday’s $1 million Pennsylvania Derby (G2) at Parx. Probable post time for the 1 1/8-mile Pennsylvania Derby, won in 2013 by champion Will Take Charge, is 4:45 p.m. (Central).
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Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - Sept. 15

Favored Allied Air Raid ran third in Saturday’s $400,000 Super Derby (G2) at Louisiana Downs to boost his career earnings to $208,150. Allied Air Raid made his first three career starts at Oaklawn, breaking his maiden March 14 and winning a first-level allowance optional/claimer April 8.
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Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - Sept. 10

The top two wagering choices in the program for Saturday’s $400,000 Super Derby (G2) at Louisiana Downs are both Oaklawn maiden special weights graduates. The Pickett Factor (8-5) and Allied Air Raid (9-5) are among seven horses entered in the 1 1/8-mile Super Derby, the centerpiece of the Louisiana Downs meet.
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Oaklawn Report for Sept. 4

Triple Crown winner American Pharoah will continue his racing career and point for the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) Oct. 31 at Keeneland, owner Ahmed Zayat announced Thursday morning.
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Oaklawn Report - Update on Oaklawn Runners - Sept. 1

Triple Crown winner American Pharoah returned to his Southern California base Monday, approximately 48 hours after his stunning second-place finish in the $1.6 million Travers Stakes (G1) at Saratoga. He was beaten three-quarters of length by Keen Ice in the 1 ¼-mile Travers, snapping his eight-race losing streak.
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