Don’t Miss the Oct. 22 Deadline to Make Your Horses Eligible for the Claiming Crown at Churchill Downs

For Immediate Release –  September 22, 2022 — The 24th running of the CLAIMING CROWN will be staged at Churchill Downs for the first time on Nov. 12, a week after the Breeders’ Cup is held down the road at Keeneland.

This year, the eight races will total $1.05 million in purses. In addition, registered Kentucky-breds will compete for an extra $10,000 to $25,000 in KTDF supplements.

The races are being staged as starter-allowance races, not as stakes, meaning horses will be able to run on Lasix. There is $200 administrative per horse per race, due by Oct. 22, to make a horse eligible for the Claiming Crown.

For more information, including eligibility forms, go to www.claimingcrown.com.

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Edward J. DeBartolo (at that time, the owner of Balmoral, Thistledown and Louisiana Downs) built Remington Park in Oklahoma City as a $100 million showcase for Thoroughbred racing. The inaugural race meet during the fall of 1988 was an opportunity for Oklahoma Thoroughbred horsemen to race in their home state and for horsemen from throughout the region to enjoy Oklahoma’s hospitality.

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