Australian Oaks 2023 Tips & Betting Advice

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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 06 Apr, 2024
  • Race Time03:30
  • RacecourseRandwick
  • Race Distance2400 metres
  • Conditions3yo Fillies - Set Weights
  • StatusGroup 1
  • Prize Money$1,000,000

Australian Oaks 2023 Betting Odds

There are currently no betting odds for the 2023 Australian Oaks.

Australian Oaks 2023 Field & Barrier Draw

We will update this page as soon as the Australian Oaks barrier draw for 2023 is conducted.

Australian Oaks Form Guide

The best lead-up form for the Australian Oaks generally comes via the Vinery Stakes which is run two weeks prior over 2000 metres at Rosehill.

The Adrian Knox Stakes and to a lesser extent the Australian Derby are both run one week out from the Australian Oaks and other form references for this race.

Australian Oaks History

Whilst the Australian Oaks dates back to 1885, it wasn't run between 1895 and 1922 due to poor nomination numbers in the early years.

Re-introduced in 1922 and known as the Adrian Knox Stakes up until 1956 when it was renamed as the AJC Oaks, this race received another change to its title when it became the AJC Oaks and then the ATC Oaks following a merger between the respective Sydney turf clubs.

Famous winners of the Australian Oaks include Flight, Wenona Girl, Light Fingers, Leilani, Surround and Research, all champion gallopers of their respective eras.

Australian Oaks Results

2022El Patroness
2021Hungry Heart
2019Verry Elleegant
2016Sofia Rosa
2015Gust Of Wind
2014Rising Romance
2013Royal Descent
2010Once Were Wild
2008Heavenly Glow
2007Rena's Lady
2006Serenade Rose
2004Wild Iris
2003Sunday Joy
2002Republic Lass
2001Rose Archway

Australian Oaks 2022 Result

1st – El Patroness
2nd – Gypsy Goddess
3rd – Gin Martini

Australian Oaks News

The best social media channels to stay up to date with any Australian Oaks information are:

Australian Turf Club Twitter - @aus_turf_club

Racing NSW Twitter -

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.