|Sire||Lemon Drop Kid|
|Breeder||Farfellow Farms Ltd.|
|Owner||Leon Willis, Terry Horton, Dallas Stewart|
|Kentucky Oaks (2006)|
Lemons Forever (foaled May 24, 2003 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the Grade 1 132nd Kentucky Oaks horse race on May 5, 2006. Her win was the biggest upset in the history of the Oaks.
Lemons Forever did not make a run for the Triple Tiara of Thoroughbred Racing, the filly equivalent of the Triple Crown, as she did not compete in the second leg of the competition, the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, on May 19.
After winning the Oaks, Lemons Forever raced ten more times, only winning once in an optional claimer. But, eight of those ten races were either Grade 1 or Grade 2. Her best finish was 4th. She was retired in 2007 and was sold for $2.5 million at the Keeneland broodmare sale to geologist Charles Fipke. Bred to Fipke's 2003 Canadian Champion Male Turf Horse Perfect Soul, in 2009 Lemons Forever produced a filly named Perfect Forever.
- "Lemons Forever Pulls Huge Upset in Kentucky Oaks - bloodhorse.com" by Dan Liebman, bloodhorse.com, May 5, 2006, retrieved May 6, 2006
- "Oaks Day Results", The Courier Journal, May 5, 2006, retrieved May 6, 2006
- Lemons Forever's pedigree
- Thoroughbred Times - November 06, 2007
- Perfect Forever's pedigree