News About 2013 ATC Oaks
Royal Descent has claimed the Group 1 Australian Oaks by an unbelievable margin of ten lengths at Royal Randwick racecourse today April 20, 2013.
The three-year-old was never in danger of losing the $550,000 race as she flew down the home straight in dominant fashion.
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She may be facing a smart field of in-form fillies including two Group 1 winners from New Zealand over to steal the spotlight but there’s still plenty in favour of Clarry Conners’ Crown Oaks winner Dear Demi for Saturday’s 2013 ATC Australian Oaks at Randwick.
After a nice Aussie debut two weeks ago Donna Logan’s New Zealand Derby winning filly Habibi is back on Doncaster Mile Day shooting for her maiden Group 1 win down under in the Australian Oaks 2013, but can the top fancy get the job done for favourite backers?Horse Racing Tip Habibi is out to become the fourth...
While most of the pre-Australian Oaks 2013 talk is on New Zealand Derby winner and deserving favourite Habibi the second line of betting is occupied by another genuine chance in Royal Descent who will be looking to score an upset on a nice win at the track seven days earlier.
Looking at the 2013 Australian Oaks betting markets for this Saturday’s Doncaster Mile Day showdown at Royal Randwick it is New Zealand Derby winner Habibi who is being spruiked as the filly to beat, but is she the best tip for the classic?
This Saturday Royal Randwick will light-up again for Doncaster Mile Day, one of the two Group 1 clashes on the card being the fillies-only Australian Oaks 2013, the Races.com.au’s insider form guide analysis and betting preview for which can be found below.
New Zealand Derby winner Habibi heads betting for Saturday’s $550,000 Group 1 2013 Australian Oaks (2400m) at Randwick.Back your Oaks winner at great odds at bookmaker.com.au, home of the special autumn $500 bonus bet! Bet now with bookmaker.com.au
The three-year-old fillies’ feature contains 11 runners and Habibi is considered a $3 chance at bookmaker.com.au to beat her rivals ...
An exciting line-up of local, interstate and internationally-trained fillies have been accepted for this Saturday’s 2013 Australian Oaks field, the classic to run at Royal Randwick as part of the elite Doncaster Mile Day action.
While the current Oaks-hype is on this weekend’s Australian Oaks in Sydney, Saturday week it will be Adelaide’s turn to host the season’s more exciting three-year-old fillies with the Schweppes Australasian Oaks 2013 to run at Morphettville Racecourse.
Exciting Kiwi filly More Than Sacred will this Saturday attempt a trans-Tasman Oaks double, the New Zealand Oaks winner to have her down under debut in the 2013 Australian Oaks at Royal Randwick’s Doncaster Mile Day.
Prepared in Cambridge by Tony Pike & Mark Donoghue the daughter of More Than Ready has won her pat two races on ...