News About 2015 Queensland Oaks
The bookies said the Queensland Oaks 2015 win would be an easy one for Chris Waller’s progressive filly Winx and they had it spot on as the Sydney raider came from back in the field to thrash her rivals with an impressive Group 1 victory at Doomben.
The money continues to fly in for the Chris Waller-trained Winx to win the Queensland Oaks 2015 this afternoon at Doomben Racecourse and hand her master horseman with his maiden success in the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival classic.
Today Queensland Oaks Day 2015 takes centre stage at Doomben Racecourse as the latest Group 1 meeting of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival and it is shaping up as an ace Ladies Day this season.
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The Queensland Oaks 2015 steals the show at Doomben Racecourse this weekend with a gun line-up of fillies facing off in the classic, betting tips and exotic selections for which are detailed below.
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An elbow injury has ruled Gai Waterhouse’s The Roses winner Bohemian Lily out from the 2015 Queensland Oaks in Brisbane on Saturday causing the odds on the Chris Waller-trained favourite Winx to firm in even further.
Toowoomba-based trainer Ben Currie was tossing up whether or not to enter Col ‘N’ Lil in Saturday’s featured Group 1 Queensland Oaks (2200m) at Doomben but is confident she is more than a chance for success after reviewing her run in last weekend’s Group 2 The Roses (2000m).
This weekend in Brisbane the big race on the Doomben line-up is the Queensland Oaks 2015, a betting preview and form guide analysis on the three-year-old fillies’ classic found below.
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Despite some punters’ concerns about tipping the form of the Sunshine Coast Guineas over The Roses, winner of the former Winx is the short priced and firming top fancy in the 2015 Queensland Oaks odds for Brisbane on Saturday.
Red hot favourite to win the Queensland Oaks 2015 in Brisbane on Saturday, the Chris Waller-trained Winx has come up with a double digit draw in the classic to run at Doomben Racecourse this year.
Master trainer of the fillies’ classics John Sargent has declared this weekend’s Queensland Oaks 2015 as a lottery and is confident a roughie shot can upset the favourites in the clash held at Doomben Racecourse this year.
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