Australian Oaks 2023 Tips & Betting Advice
The Group One Australian Oaks is run over 2400 metres at Royal Randwick and is the main staying event for three-year-old fillies over The Championships.
Now worth $1 million, this race is a popular target for both Australian and New Zealand-trained runners.
Australian Oaks Information
- DateSat 08 Apr, 2023
- Race Time03:30
- Race Distance2400 metres
- Conditions3yo Fillies - Set Weights
- StatusGroup 1
- Prize Money$1,000,000
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Australian Oaks 2022 Result
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Australian Oaks FAQ
When is the 2023 Australian Oaks?
The 2023 Australian Oaks is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 8.
How can I bet on the 2023 Australian Oaks?
To place a bet on the 2023 Australian Oaks you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.
Markets open up well in advance for feature races such as the Australian Oaks.
Who won the 2022 Australian Oaks?
Victorian filly El Patroness won the 2022 Australian Oaks.
What distance is the Australian Oaks?
The Australian Oaks is run over a distance of 2400 metres. Set Weights conditions apply for this feature.
What is the Australian Oaks worth?
The Australian Oaks is worth $1 million. $580,000 of that goes to the winner.
Who's trained the most Australian Oaks winners?
Legendary trainer Bart Cummings has the record for the most Australian Oaks winners with 7 overall. The last of these was Serenade Rose in 2006.
Who's ridden the most Australian Oaks winners?
With 6, Roy Higgins has ridden the most Australian Oaks winners. These spanned from 1962 to 1974.
Where is the Australian Oaks held?
The Australian Oaks is run at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney as part of The Championships.