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Queensland Oaks 2023 Tips, Betting Odds, Past Winners & Results

Queensland Oaks is a Group 1 race held at Eagle Farm Racecourse over 2200 meters annually. Prize money for the event is worth $500,000

Winners and Past Results for the Queensland Oaks

Eagle Farm Racecourse in Brisbane has some of the finest three year old staying fillies enter the Group 1 Queensland Oaks during the winter racing carnival in late May or early June. The 2200 metre event is run under set weight conditions with a bounty of $500,000 offered to the winner.

Might And Power Stakes Race Details

Date: 3/6/23

Time: TBA

Racecourse: Eagle Farm

Race Distance: 2200m

Conditions: TBA

Prize Money: $500,000

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When Is The Queensland Oaks: 3/6/23

What Time Is The Queensland Oaks: TBA

Where Is The Queensland Oaks: Eagle Farm Racecourse

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More Details About The Queensland Oaks

The race is hosted by the Brisbane Racing Club that also conducts a number of group races on the day. This includes the Group 2 Sires Produce Stakes, QTC Cup, Dane Ripper Stakes, and the Group 3 Grand Prix Stakes among others. The premier staying event of the Brisbane winter racing carnival attracts local as well as interstate fillies seeking to prove their ability over long distances during the season. Even though the Queensland Oaks may not attract a field as strong as the AJC Oaks at Randwick Racetrack it is undoubtedly one of the major events that most owners and trainers like to add to their kitty.

Among the handy form guides leading up to the Queensland Oaks is the Group 3 Doomben Roses. The 2020 metre race has seen many fillies either win or place well in both events. Purple was third to reach the post in the 2009 Doomben Roses and followed it up with a classic win in the Queensland Oaks. Ethereal in 2001 and Scarlett Lady in 2011 are among the recent fillies to score a double while The Jewel in 2003, Cinque Cento in 2005, and Heavenly Glow in 2008 placed well in the Queensland Oaks after winning the Doomben Roses.

Horses may vie for a place in the Group 3 Queensland Derby over 2400 metres, which held a week later at Eagle Farm Racetrack. Four fillies have scored a Queensland Oaks/Queensland Derby double since it was rescheduled as part of the winter carnival in 1973 with Riva San being the most recent to achieve the feat in 2008. Other horses may gear up for the Melbourne spring carnival for an entry to the Group 2 Matriarch Stakes and the Group 2 Sandown Classic the following week at Sandown Races.

The Queensland Oaks has been held since 1951 with a fine crop of staying fillies forcing Brisbane Racing Club to award it Group 1 status in 1980. Among the classiest fillies to make the grade in recent times include Bravery in 1988, Royal Magic in 1992, Miss Danehill in 1999, Eskimo Queen in 2008, and Purple in 2009.

2022 Queensland Oaks Build Up, Result and Recap

The 2022 QLD Oaks was won by Gypsy Goddess who was trained by David Vandyke and ridden to victory by jockey William Pike. Gypsy Goddess won the 2022 Queensland Oaks in a time of 2.16.28 when defeating Barb Ruler and Le Villi at Eagle Farm Racecourse on Saturday 4th June 2022.

2022 Queensland Oaks Build Up

The 2022 edition of the Queensland Oaks was hugely popular with a field of 18 runners contesting the three year old fillies Group One at Eagle Farm. Despite having a large number of entries in the race, punters were keen on just two runners. Gypsey Goddess trained by David Vandyke and Barb Raider who was running for the Jerome Hunter stable.

Barb Raider was the second favourite for the Group One QLD Oaks having travelled up to Queensland from her Mornington base and already claimed the Group 3 ANZ Bloodstock News The Roses over 2100m at Eagle Farm. That day she narrowly defeated Belle Savouir and Smirk, two contenders also lining up in the Oaks.

Prior to that run Barb Raider had finished second in the South Australasian Oaks at Morphettville Racecourse. Losing out to local jockey Jamie Kah and her runner Glint Of Hope there was solid form to suggest that Barb Raider was ready for her 2022 Queensland Oaks contest.

Gypsy Goddess was the other runner that racing fans were backing with the David Vandyke runner being a perennial runner up having finished second in the Gold Coast Bracelet and The Star Australian Oaks at Randwick in her last two starts. Punters had Gypsy Goddess as a live chance for the Queensland Oaks however with the filly leading the betting at $4.40.

The only other two runners the punters wanted on the day was Aravane and Belle Savoir. Aravane had been untested at black type level but had been winning decent distance races by good margins while Belle Savoir had been mixing her form interstate in other Oaks contests. Both were $8.50 in QLD Oaks betting with the rest of the field in double figures.

2022 Queensland Oaks Result

The final result and placings for the 2022 Queensland Oaks which took place on Saturday 4th June 2022 over a distance of 2200m at Eagle Farm Racecourse under set weight conditions for three year old fillies was as follows: 

1st - 2. Gypsy Goddess (18) - 56.5kg - $4.40 
2nd - 1. Barb Raider (8) - 56.5kg - $5.00 
3rd - 16. Le Villi (2) - 56.5kg - $15.00

2022 Queensland Oaks Race Recap

A strong field of 18 runners lined up for the 2022 QLD Derby with Gypsy Goddess and Barb Ruler leading the betting. The race took place over a distance of 2200m and after the barrier draw there were concerns that race favourite Gypsy Goddess wouldn’t be able to overcome her horror carpark draw for trainer David Vandyke.

As the field jumped evenly for the 2022 Oaks at Eagle Farm all eyes were on Gypsy Goddess who was taken back and quickly to the rail by jockey Willie Pike. Meanwhile at the front of the field Nyota had taken up the running from Biscayne Bay, however the field was well spread out with 20 lengths covering last to first.

Through the 1000m marker there was little change to the order with Nyota for John Sargeant leading the field along at a fair clip. Gypsy Goddess remained at the rear of the field with the majority of the 18 strong field still in front of her. At this stage Barb Raider sat much closer in the order just one off and one back from the leader.

At the 600m marker the field began to pack up with runners producing around the bend. Most notably Pike had taken off on a sustained run around the field aboard race favourite Gypsy Goddess and was quickly making ground around the 2022 QLD Oaks field.

In the straight Barb Raider set off for home with Le Villi in pursuit however the run from Pike aboard the favourite was continuing and looking the strongest of the three in the final 100m.

Despite a continuing fight from Barb Raider, Gypsy Goddess incredibly continued to find and roll over the line a length in front of the chasing pair. The result delivered David Vandyke the Queensland Oaks and left him in tears after overcoming the carpark draw as well as a number of personal issues to win.

Queensland Oaks Past Winners

2022Gypsy Goddess
2020Race Not Held
2019Winning Ways
2017Egg Tart
2011Scarlett Lady
2010Miss Keepsake
2008Riva San
2007Eskimo Queen
2005Vitesse Dane
2002Mon Mekki
1999Miss Danehill
1997Crystal Palace
1996Arctic Scent
1995Joie Denise
1993Slight Chance
1992Royal Magic
1990A Little Kiss
1989Triumphal Queen
1987Round The World
1986Travel Light
1985Tristram Rose
1984Look Aloft
1983Lady Plutus
1982Mother Of Pearl
1981November Rain
1980Lowan Star
1978Show Ego
1976Denise's Joy
1972Meanmi Shadow
1969Kazan Retto
1968Bright Shadow
1966Blue Roc
1964Eye Shadow
1962Hoa Hine
1961Winnipeg II
1959Golden Stockade
1957not held
1955Evening Peal
1954Mian Mir
1952Lady Hannah

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