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Midnight Disguise, Midnight Bisou Lead Derby Oaks Standings

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Midnight Disguise wins Aqueduct's $200,000 Busher Stakes on March 3, 2018. Credits: Joe Labozzetta | NYRA
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Here are the current standings of the top 14 fillies racing in North America that are trying to qualify for the May 4 running of the Kentucky Oaks. A field of 14 will be selected. In the event of a tie in qualifying points, purse earnings in unrestricted races will be used to break the tie. Under the system formulated by Churchill Downs, there is no advantage in qualifying first; nor is there a disadvantage in qualifying 14th.

60 Points — Allen Racing and J.C. Bloom Racing's Midnight Bisou, Trainer Bill Spawr, $200,000; and William H. Wilmot and Joan M Taylor's Midnight Disguise, Linda Rice, $180,000.

54 — Monomoy Stables and Michael Dubb's Monomoy Girl, Brad Cox, $206,150.

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52 — Nonna Lee Stockseth and Todd Dunn's Cosmic Burst, Donnie Von Hemel, $192,500.

50 — Sheikh Rashid Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi's Rayya, Doug Watson, $200,000.

30 — Peter Deutsch's Take Charge Paula, Kiaran McLaughlin, $325,720.

24 — Zoom and Fish Stable, Charlie Spring and Newtown Anner Stud's Caledonia Road, Ralph Nicks, $1,180,000; and Gary Barber's Wonder Gadot, Mark Casse, $$320,002.

21 — Arnold Zetcher's Thirteen Squared, Bob Baffert, $32,000.

20 — Novogratz Racing Stable's Amy's Challenge, McLean Robertson, $160,000; Three Diamond Farm's Go Noni Go, Mike Maker, $85,056; Godolphin Racing's Expressly, Charlie Appleby, $85,056, and Carl R. Moore Management's Classy Act, Bret Calhoun, $40,000.

15 — Craig D. Upham's Patrona Margarita, Bret Calhoun, $40,000.

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 Ky. Here are the current standings of the top 14 fillies racing in North America that are trying to qualify for the May 4 running of the Kentucky Oaks. A field of 14 will be selected. In the event of a tie in qualifying points, purse earnings in unrestricted races will be used to break the tie. Under the system formulated by Churchill Downs, there is no advantage in qualifying first; nor is there a disadvantage in qualifying 14th.

60 Points — Allen Racing and J.C. Bloom Racing's Midnight Bisou, Trainer Bill Spawr, $200,000; and William H. Wilmot and Joan M Taylor's Midnight Disguise, Linda Rice, $180,000.

54 — Monomoy Stables and Michael Dubb's Monomoy Girl, Brad Cox, $206,150.

52 — Nonna Lee Stockseth and Todd Dunn's Cosmic Burst, Donnie Von Hemel, $192,500.

50 — Sheikh Rashid Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi's Rayya, Doug Watson, $200,000.

30 — Peter Deutsch's Take Charge Paula, Kiaran McLaughlin, $325,720.

24 — Zoom and Fish Stable, Charlie Spring and Newtown Anner Stud's Caledonia Road, Ralph Nicks, $1,180,000; and Gary Barber's Wonder Gadot, Mark Casse, $$320,002.

21 — Arnold Zetcher's Thirteen Squared, Bob Baffert, $32,000.

20 — Novogratz Racing Stable's Amy's Challenge, McLean Robertson, $160,000; Three Diamond Farm's Go Noni Go, Mike Maker, $85,056; Godolphin Racing's Expressly, Charlie Appleby, $85,056, and Carl R. Moore Management's Classy Act, Bret Calhoun, $40,000.

15 — Craig D. Upham's Patrona Margarita, Bret Calhoun, $40,000.

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