Best 2011 WA Oaks Betting Tips

March 24, 2011

Best 2011 WA Oaks Betting Tips

This Saturday March 26 Ascot Racecourse will come to life with an exciting eight-race card headlined by the $250,000 Group 2 WA Oaks (2400m) and here the Races.com.au team have the best WA Oaks betting tips.

The 2011 WA Oaks field features 14 quality three-year-old fillies lead by raging favourite, #1 Dreamaway.

Having won her past three races at stakes level, the Grant Williams-trained More Than Ready filly is prime to take out her fourth on the trot becoming the WA Oaks winner on Saturday.

Last start Dreamaway won the Listed Natasha Stakes (2200m) by an emphatic 2 ½ lengths over stablemate Moonlight Bay and with a good barrier seven draw for the Oaks, it is easy to see why she is odds-on at a quote of around $1.60 for the WA Oaks.

History is also on Dreamaway’s side on Saturday as last year’s WA Oaks winner Impressive Jeuney was also coming off a win in the Natasha Stakes.

That’s why the Races.com.au team have Dreamaway rated special to win and we recommend you back her now at Luxbet!

Ascot Race 7 Tips – 2011 WA Oaks Betting

  • Races.com.au Favourite: #1 Dreamaway – Rated Special to Win – Bet now at Luxbet
  • Best Place / Exotic Bets: #3 Moonlight Bay, #8 A True Business and #13 Ladysea

Stablemate to the favourite and second elect in the WA Oaks betting is the fellow Grant Williams-trained Moonlight Bay.

Having drawn well with gate six and coming off a second to Dreamaway in the Natasha Stakes, Moonlight Bay is also our favourite to finish second in the Oaks on Saturday.

Finishing off the winning 2011 WA Oaks Trifecta we are tipping $101 roughie A True Business who adds tremendous value.

Way over-priced in the WA Oaks betting markets, the Gavin Foster-trained Key Business filly may be a maiden but she has showed great improvement and consistency this preparation most recently finishing fourth in the Natasha Stakes.

Also include Ladysea in any Box Trifectas or First Four wagers you put down on the WA Oaks through Luxbet, Pat Carey’s improving three-year-old drawn ideally in barrier two and set to improve from their last start 10th to Dreamaway.

The 2011 Skyy Vodka W.A. Oaks is scheduled to run as Ascot Race 7 on Saturday due to jump at 7:30pm (AEDST).

For the hottest Saturday horse racing odds including those for the WA Oaks, head to Luxbet now and open an account with the online bookmaker that wins their punters more!

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