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Australasian Oaks 2021 Barrier Draw & Final Field

  • The barrier draw has been conducted for the 2021 Australasian Oaks
  • This Group One will be contested on Saturday, May 1 at Morphettville
  • Full field available below
Australasian Oaks Barrier Draw
Personal (L) has drawn barrier 17 in Saturday's Australasian Oaks. (Getty)
Bets.com.au Staff 27 Apr 2021
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Despite a wide gate, Steinem was heavily supported to win the Auraria Stakes on April 17 where she had to settle for fourth in a key lead-up to this 200m feature.

The daughter of Frankel will jump from barrier one in the 2021 Australasian Oaks.

Tasmanian filly Hela (barrier three) is unbeaten in seven career starts, many of those by big margins and has drawn favourably for the Brunton/Pires combination.

Last year's VRC Oaks winner Personal (barrier 17) gets the services of Damien Oliver but has a wide draw to overcome.

Brookspire (barrier seven) is a half-sister to the 2020 Railway Stakes winner Inspirational Girl and she returned to the winners stall via the April 24 meeting from Caulfield.

Michael Walker stays aboard the Chris Waller-trained filly for Saturday's Group One assignment.

Godolphin filly Flexible (barrier four) wasn't able to book her place in the Australian Oaks following a third-place finish in the Group Three Adrian Knox Stakes.

She'll jump from barrier four in the 2021 Australasian Oaks with William Pike taking the ride.

Australasian Oaks 2021 Barriers & Final Field

1PersonalTom Dabernig & Ben HayesDamien Oliver1756kg$7
2Chica FuerteAnthony & Sam Freedman
3Tokorangi (NZ)Michael MoroneyMark Zahra256kg$13
4HelaScott BruntonDavid Pires356kg $4.80
5LlanacordStephen NickallsBrett Prebble1656kg $15
6EcumenicalMick HuxtableJessica Eaton1556kg $21
7Tyche GoddessTrent Busuttin & Natalie YoungLuke Currie556kg $26
8Ripper RitaGreg EurellJamie Mott1056kg $26
9Sirileo MissSymon WildeCraig Williams956kg $21
10FlexibleJames CummingsWilliam Pike456kg $11
11Mozzie MonsterJohn SadlerCraig Newitt1456kg $21
12BrookspireChris WallerMichael Walker756kg $9
13Steinem (GB)Ciaron Maher & David EustaceJye McNeil156kg $4.50
14Flying Mascot (NZ)Tom Dabernig & Ben HayesDaniel Stackhouse1256kg $34
15Miss GobcainMark C WebbBrian Park1856kg $101
16Media AwardChris CalthorpeLuke Nolen1356kg $26
17eAmericain AngelDanny O'BrienDamian Lane656kg $16
18eSpectacleTony & Calvin McEvoyBarend Vorster1156kg $101
19eShe's DreamingNicole BruggermannClaudia Lyons1956kg $201
Odds courtesy of betstar & correct at 2.15pm on 27/04/2021.

Australasian Oaks 2021 FAQs

When is the 2021 Australasian Oaks?

The 2021 Australasian Oaks is scheduled to run on Saturday, May 1.

The race number and start time is yet to be confirmed.

What distance is the Australasian Oaks?

The Australasian Oaks is run over a distance of 2000 metres.

How can I live stream the Australasian Oaks?

Visit our live streaming hub for all the information on how to live stream the Australasian Oaks and all other Australian horse races.

Who won the 2020 Australasian Oaks?

Toffee Tongue won the 2020 Australasian Oaks.

What is the Australasian Oaks worth?

The Australasian Oaks is worth a total of $502,250.

$275,225 of that goes to the winner.

Where is the Australasian Oaks held?

The Australasian Oaks is held at the Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide.


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