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Indiana Breeders' Cup Oaks

The Indiana Oaks is a Thoroughbred horse race run at Hoosier Park located in Anderson, Indiana in the early fall. Open to three-year-old fillies, the Grade II event is set at a distance of I mile and one sixteenth on dirt. The race offers a purse of $400,000 added.

Hoosier Park was inaugurated on September 1, 1995 and is also used for standardbred races with harness racing from April to August.

Past winners

  • 2007 – Tessa Blue
  • 2006 - Baghdaria
  • 2005 - Flying Glitter
  • 2004 - Daydreaming
  • 2003 - Awesome Humor
  • 2002 - Bare Necessities
  • 2001 - Scoop
  • 2000 - Humble Clerk
  • 1999 - Brushed Halory
  • 1998 - French Braids
  • 1997 - Cotton Carnival (Canadian champion 3-year-old filly, 1997)
  • 1996 - Princess Eloise
  • 1995 - Niners Home

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