Australian Oaks Betting Tips
Ran as part of The Championships, the Australian Oaks is a race that holds a special place in the hearts of the punters.
The three-year-old fillies fight this race out which means following the form all the way up until the race is imperative. Check back in the week leading up to the race for our Australian Oaks betting tips.
Australian Oaks Odds
The pathway for the fillies can sometimes go elsewhere, but we should have a rough idea of which of the three-year-olds is going to confront the Oaks in the weeks leading up to the race.
The final field will determine which way we bet however, so it is best to wait for the Australian Oaks odds prior to making your investments.
Australian Oaks Bookmaker Offers
It would be remiss of any online bookmaker to not offer a promotion on the Group 1 races of The Championships, and the Australian Oaks is no exception.
The following bookies delivered Australian Oaks bookmaker offers and promotions for all the other races as part of The Championships.
Australian Oaks History
First raced in 1885, the Australian Oaks has been a staple of filly racing in the country since its inception.
First ran as the AJC Oaks, the race has had a bumpy history along the journey with a period between 1895 and 1921 seeing the race not held, resuming as the Adrian Knox Oaks for a further 35 years.
The race has also had a number of different dates, finally setting on the March timeline once The Championships inaugurated.
Today it is run on the second day of the Sydney Championships and has Surround, Light Fingers and Leilani among its former winners.
Australian Oaks Field
We normally have a rough idea of the fillies that will take to the field in the Oaks but the final number isn't set in stone until the week leading up to the race.
Check back closer to the race date for the complete Australian Oaks field.
Australian Oaks Form Guide
The Australian Oaks form can be hard to read but in
recent times the Vinery Stud Stakes has proved to be a great lead in race.
The winner of the Vinery Stud Stakes gets a ballot exempt entry into
this race and in 2019 New Zealand raider Verry Elleegant delivered the goods in
stunning fashion to complete the double.
Check back closer to the race date for our detailed Australian Oaks form
Australian Oaks Previous Winners
|2015||Gust Of Wind|
|2010||Once Were Wild|
Australian Oaks Live Streaming
The Australian Oaks is run in NSW which means the only online bookmaker that provides live streaming is BetEasy
Sign up with BetEasy and you'll be able to access all Australian racing, which includes Australian Oaks live streaming.
Australian Oaks Race Schedule
The Australian Oaks is ran on day two of The Championships which means there's a number of huge races that it has to share centre stage with.
|Date||Saturday, April 11, 2020|
|Prize Money||$1 million|
Other events on day two of The Championships are as follows.
Race 1: Kings Of Sydney Sport Mile
Race 2: The Agency South Pacific Classic
Race 3: Provincial Championships Final
Race 4: Percy Sykes Stakes
Race 5: Arrowfield 3YO Sprint
Race 6: Australian Oaks
Race 7: Queen Elizabeth Stakes
Race 8: Sydney Cup
Race 9: Coolmore Legacy Stakes
Race 10: Sapphire Stakes
Australian Oaks Barrier Draw
Not long after the final field for the Australian Oaks is settled the barrier draw is announced, which usually sees one or two runners firm or drift based on their draw.
Check back in the week leading into the race to see the complete Australian Oaks barrier draw.
Australian Oaks 2019 Result
1st - Verry Elleegant
2nd - Scarlet Dream
3rd - Frankley Awesome
Australian Oaks FAQ
When is the 2020 Australian Oaks?
The 2020 Australian Oaks runs on Saturday April 11, 2020.
How long is the Australian Oaks?
The staying contest is run over 2400m.
Where is the Australian Oaks held?
The Australian Oaks is held at Randwick, which is located in Sydney, Australia.
What time does the Australian Oaks run?
The Australian Oaks is held at 2:25pm.
Who won the 2019 Australian Oaks?
New Zealand native Verry Elleegant won the 2019 Australian Oaks.
What’s the prize money for the 2020 Australian Oaks?
$1 million is the total prize pool for the 2020 Australian Oaks.