OaksA stakes event for three-year-old fillies.
ObjectionClaim of foul lodged by rider, patrol judge or other official after the running of a race. If lodged by official, it is called an inquiry.
Odds-onOdds of less than even money.
Official1) Notice displayed when a race result is confirmed. 2) Used to denote a racing official.
Off-track BettingWagering at legalized betting outlets usually run by the tracks, management companies specializing in parimutuel wagering, or, in New York State, by independent corporations chartered by the state. Wagers at OTB sites are usually commingled with on-track betting pools.
On the BitWhen a horse is eager to run. Also known as "in the bridle."
On the BoardFinishing among the first three.
On the MuscleDenotes a fit horse.
On the NoseBetting a horse to win only.
OTBAbbreviation for off-track betting.