Blind Luck, left, with Rafael Bejarano up, charged down the stretch to beat Kent Desormeaux and Evening Jewel (11) by a nose in the Kentucky Oaks this year. Tidal Pool, right, and Calvin Borel finished third.
Blind Luck, left, with Rafael Bejarano up, charged down the stretch to beat Kent Desormeaux and Evening Jewel (11) by a nose in the Kentucky Oaks this year. Tidal Pool, right, and Calvin Borel finished third.
Blind Luck, left, with Rafael Bejarano up, charged down the stretch to beat Kent Desormeaux and Evening Jewel (11) by a nose in the Kentucky Oaks this year. Tidal Pool, right, and Calvin Borel finished third.

Blind Luck aims to top off big year in Ladies' Classic

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