VRC Oaks Tips & Betting Advice
Ran on the third day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival, the VRC Oaks is the premier females race of the Victorian spring.
The race is worth $1 million and invariably heralds the arrival of the next great mare on the racing scene.
VRC Oaks 2020 Betting Tips
It’s best female race of the Melbourne Cup Carnival and we have all your tips and news for the race, which you can find below:
VRC Oaks Information
- DateThu 05 Nov, 2020
- Race Distance2500 metres
- Conditions3yo Fillies - Set Weights
- StatusGroup 1
- Prize Money$1,000,000
VRC Oaks 2020 Betting Odds
There are no current VRC Oaks 2020 betting odds but we will update this page as soon as markets become available.
VRC Oaks Bookie Offers
Any and all bookmakers should be offering VRC Oaks bookie offers in the build up to headline event of Ladies Day.
The bookies below should be offering bookmaker promotions on the Oaks.
VRC Oaks Free Bets
The VRC Oaks free bets usually come from money back promotions and other specials the bookmakers offer on the great race.
Check our trusted bookmakers promo pages in the build up to the race to see what potential free bets will be on offer.
VRC Oaks History
The VRC Oaks was first run in 1861 when Palestine was victorious. It has since been won by many of Australia’s most promising fillies including Jameka, Mosheen, Miss Finland and Samantha Miss – all of which have gone on to claim G1 features form then on.
Worth $1 million, the VRC Oaks headlines the Ladies Day, the third day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
It was given Group 1 status in 1979 and the current sponsorship is provided by Kennedy, so the race is currently called the Kennedy Oaks, but the fans know this race as ‘The Oaks’.
VRC Oaks Field
The VRC Oaks final field will be set in the lead up to the event, most likely a week in advance of the race date.
Check back in November for the complete VRC Oaks field.
VRC Oaks Form Guide
The VRC Oaks has long been a tough race for the punters.
There is often a short-priced filly which has been winning the lead-up races, but none of those came over 2500m and that’s the big factor when winning the Oaks.
Many high-class middle-distance fillies have come unstuck in the VRC Oaks and there have been some big upsets. Lasqueti Spirit won in 2016 at huge odds, toppling Yankee Rose, who went on to claim other big events.
The Oaks is suited towards the tough fillies as opposed to the talented females. Look for the horses which will be able to grind away over the 2500m. The additional distance has undone some great female gallopers and will do so in the future.
VRC Oaks Results
VRC Oaks Live Streaming
Those want to experience the VRC Oaks on the go or on your phone you can watch the live stream via a number of our trusted online bookmakers.
Simply sign up with a bookie like Ladbrokes and you can experience the VRC Oaks via a live stream.
VRC Oaks Fixtures
VRC Oaks fixture takes place is on the third day of the carnival, also known as Ladies Day.
Race 1: Maribyrnong Plate
Race 2: Drinkwise Plate
Race 3: R90 Handicap
Race 4: Subzero Handicap
Race 5: Country Final
Race 6: Absolut Stakes
Race 7: TCL TV Stakes
Race 8: VRC Oaks
Race 9: Roses Stakes
VRC Oaks Barrier Draw
The VRC Oaks barrier draw should take place in the days leading into the event.
Check back in the week leading up to the VRC Oaks barrier draw.
VRC Oaks 2019 Result
1st - Miami Bound
2nd - Never Listen
3rd - Moonlight Maid
VRC Oaks Bet Of The Day
The event is the biggest race of the year which means we’ll have your VRC Oaks bet of the day ready to go days in advance of the event.
Check back here in the lead up to the race for our Oaks betting strategy and tips.
VRC Oaks Social News
VRC Oaks FAQ
When is the 2020 VRC Oaks?
The 2020 VRC Oaks runs on Thursday, November 5, 2019.
How long is the VRC Oaks?
The staying contest is run over 2500m.
Where is the VRC Oaks held?
The VRC Oaks is held at Flemington, which is located in Melbourne, Australia.
What time does the VRC Oaks run?
The VRC Oaks is held at 3pm.
Who won the 2019 VRC Oaks?
The 2019 VRC Oaks was taken out by Miami Bound.
What’s the prize money for the 2019 VRC Oaks?
$1 million is the total prize pool for the 2019 VRC Oaks.