Kentucky Derby (G1) alumni Lone Sailor and Combatant are among 11 three-year-olds entered in Sunday's $400,000 Oklahoma Derby (G3) at Remington Park.

Eighth at Churchill Downs and a narrow loser of the Louisiana Derby (G2) and Ohio Derby (G3) earlier this season, Lone Sailor has 5 3/4 lengths to reverse on 3-1 morning line favorite Limation, who strolled in posting a 26-1 upset of the Super Derby (G3) at Louisiana Downs earlier this month.

Third choice on the morning line at 4-1 is Wooderson, who makes his stakes debut for trainer Todd Pletcher following a close second-place effort in an entry-level allowance at Saratoga over the Oklahoma Derby distance of 1 1/8 miles.

Multiple stakes winner Diamond King was recently second in the Smarty Jones (G3) at Parx, a neck ahead of First Mondays. Also invading from the east is Sea Foam, a multiple stakes winner in New York-bred company.

Combatant returns to the dirt after going unplaced in two grass attempts at Saratoga in August. The Steve Asmussen-trained colt is one of only three in the field with experience over the Remington strip, having finished second in last fall's Springboard Mile.

The Oklahoma Derby is the 11th race on the Remington card, with a scheduled post time of 9:06 p.m. (EDT). It can be watched and wagered on at

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