Crown Oaks First Four

2017 VRC Oaks First Four Results

  • 1st: #4 Pinot ($5.50)
  • 2nd: #3 Bring Me Roses ($31)
  • 3rd: #6 Hiyaam ($21)
  • 3rd: #2 Luvaluva ($6.50)

2017 VRC Oaks Results: Exotic Payouts

Exotic Combinations QLD VIC NSW
Quinella 4-3 N/A 52.90 60.50
Exacta 4-3 137.20 109.20 146.50
Trifecta 4-3-6 1,071.10 1,155.40 1,096.40
First Four 4-3-6-2 4,640.20 5,532.70 4,304.80

With the Group 1 $1 million VRC Oaks (2500m) contested by an elite field of three-year-old fillies during the Melbourne Cup Carnival every year, punters may be hard-pressed to pick their favourite to win, which is where the Crown Oaks First Four betting option comes in!

The Crown Oaks First Four wager gives punters the chance to enjoy one of the largest winning payouts of all the betting options available, making it a hugely popular choice on Crown Oaks Day at bookmakers around the country like

A First Four bet requires you to choose the first, second, third and fourth placegetters in the correct finishing order for a race.

For example, the 2017 VRC Oaks First Four was:

1st Pinot ($5.50)

2nd Bring Me Roses ($31)

3rd Hiyaam ($21)

4th Luvaluva ($6.50)

How to Pick the Crown Oaks First Four

As profitable as placing the winning Crown Oaks First Four is, punters should keep in mind that your selections must run in the exact order you indicate for your First Four bet to pay out.

For example, in 2017 if Hiyaam had snuck in ahead of the runner-up Bring Me Roses swapping the order of the second and third placegetters, then the First Four placed on them would not win.

If you are worried that a First Four could be a little tricky to pick, then we recommend Boxing your First Four bet.

With a Box First Four, you can add or ‘box’ more runners into your bet, covering all possible combinations for the finishing order, taking the worry out of your wagers!

You can box as many runners from the Crown Oaks field as you like into your First Four, but the more you add into the bet the more money it will cost you to place.

Things to consider that will help you pick the Crown Oaks First Four:

  • Always include the favourite in your bet as odds-on favourites have a commanding record in the Crown Oaks
  • Watch for the dominant runners in earlier fillies’ features at the spring carnival to give you a heads up
  • Held the week before on Victoria Derby Day, the Wakeful Stakes has been an excellent guide to the Crown Oaks producing more winners in the Group 1 in the past 30 years than any other lead-up

Where to Place Your Crown Oaks First Four

To ensure you get the absolute best price for your Crown Oaks First Four bet this year, avoid the TAB with their inferior odds and sign up with a trusted online bookmaker such as

Not only do the online bookmakers provide punters with better betting options and odds, but their generous bonuses and easy to use convenience make them the smart choice.

So check out the field and form for this year’s Crown Oaks, then head over to to enjoy the thrill of placing a First Four wager!

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