AGE OF HUMOR – Bluegrass Equine Center, Sky Chai Stable and Twin Creeks Farm’s Age of Humor jogged Monday morning at the Trackside Training Center under Marvin Jiminez.

Second in the Bourbonette Oaks (GIII) at Turfway Park in her most recent start, Age of Humor would need some defections among 3-year-old fillies pointing to the Oaks to get in the starting gate April 30 that is reserved for the top 14 graded-stakes money earners that pass the entry box.

Trainer Mike Maker said that if Age of Humor did not make the Oaks field, she would be pointed to the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (GII) at Pimlico on May 14.

AILALEA/DEVIL MAY CARE – Starlight Partners Ailalea and Glencrest Farm’s Devil May Care are scheduled to arrive for anticipated starts in the Kentucky Oaks about noon on Tuesday from South Florida.

Trained by Todd Pletcher, the fillies will be housed in Barn 34.

AMEN HALLELUJAH – IEAH Stables and Whizway Farms’ Davona Dale (GII) winner Amen Hallelujah is set to arrive at Churchill Downs for a probable engagement in the Kentucky Oaks around noon on Tuesday and will be housed in Barn 45.

The Rick Dutrow trainee will be ridden by Julien Leparoux in the Oaks.

BEAUTICIAN – Peter Callahan’s Beautician galloped after the renovation break at Churchill Downs under Marvin Abrego.

Trainer Ken McPeek plans to work Beautician on Tuesday morning with Alex Solis scheduled to handle the work and have the mount in the Kentucky Oaks.

CHAMPAGNE D’ORO – Southern Equine’s Champagne d’Oro, runner-up in the Fair Grounds Oaks (GII), jogged two miles before the renovation break under exercise rider Froylan Garcia.

Richard Baltas, assistant to trainer Eric Guillot, said Champagne d’Oro likely would work Saturday or Sunday either five-eighths or three-quarters. Guillot is scheduled to be in Louisville Tuesday night.

CRISP – Michael Talla’s Crisp, winner of the Santa Anita Oaks (GI), jogged a mile early Monday morning under exercise rider Lupillo Alferez for trainer John Sadler.

IT’S TEA TIME – Trainer Rusty Arnold said Monday morning that Central Bank Ashland (GI) runner-up It’s Tea Time would remain at Keeneland until Wednesday.

Owned by Alex Campbell Jr., It’s Tea Time will be housed in Barn 28 here and is scheduled to work Saturday.

JODY SLEW – Martin Racing Stable and Dan Morgan’s Jody Slew galloped after the renovation break under Eddie Corerra.

Trained by Bret Calhoun, Jody Slew won the Tiffany Lass and Silverbulletday (GIII) stakes at the Fair Grounds this winter under Miguel Mena, has the Oaks mount.

QUIET TEMPER/SASSY IMAGE – Trainer Dale Romans’ two Kentucky Oaks prospects, Mark Stanley’s Quiet Temper and Jerry Romans’ Sassy Image galloped after the renovation break.

Sassy Image is scheduled to work Wednesday and Quiet Temper on Friday.

SEEKING THE TITLE – Charles Fipke’s Seeking the Title galloped after the renovation break under Pedro Velez.

Seeking the Title, who would need some defections from the list of probable Oaks starters to make the Run for the Lillies, would be pointed to the 1 1/8-mile Black-Eyed Susan at Pimlico if she did not make the Oaks according to trainer Dallas Stewart.

SHEER BEAUTY – L.T.B. Inc. and Miles Childers’ Sheer Beauty jogged a mile and galloped a mile before the renovation break under Mario Convento.

Georgia Jackson, assistant to trainer Bernie Flint, said Sheer Beauty would be pointed to the Eight Belles to be run May 1 if she does not make the Oaks field because of insufficient graded stakes earnings.

TIDAL POOL – Westrock Stables’ Tidal Pool galloped after the renovation break under Leeanne Bates for trainer D. Wayne Lukas.