Gypsy Goddess Heads 2022 Queensland Oaks Field & Odds

May 31, 2022

Gypsy Goddess Heads 2022 Queensland Oaks Field & Odds

An outside barrier has not deterred the bookies from keeping the David Vandyke-trained Gypsy Goddess at the top of Queensland Oaks 2022 betting ahead of the official final Group 1 race of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Barb Raider (Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos) | Races.com.au

2022 The Roses winner Barb Raider (pictured in Melbourne) is set for a quick back-up into the Group 1 Queensland Oaks this Saturday. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

A capacity field of three-year-old fillies faces off in this season’s Group 1 $700,000 Channel 7 Queensland Oaks (2200m) including the autumn’s ATC Oaks runner-up Gypsy Goddess.

Kiwi-bred and trained on the Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, the talented daughter of Tarzino chases her first win since a first-up Eagle Farm victory by 3.5 lengths over the mile back in March.

She went to Sydney after that and was eye-catching when third to Fangirl in the Group 1 Vinery Stud Stakes (1850m) at Newcastle, and second on a Heavy (10) Randwick track in the Group 1 ATC Oaks (2400m).

Last seen running second again in the wet at the Gold Coast in the Listed Bracelet over 1800m on May 7, Gypsy Goddess has been kept fresh since ahead of her shot at Queensland Oaks glory this weekend.

Jockey William Pike retains the ride, but has work to do on the favourite who drew out in barrier 22.

She remains to of the post-field Queensland Oaks odds online at Ladbrokes.com.au however paying a firm $3.80 to salute for the punters.

The danger occupying the second line of Queensland Oaks betting, and the only other filly at single-figures in the markets, is Aravene at $4.60.

Prepared by Caroline Jennings out of Flemington, the lesser-known Victorian raider is airborne of late having taken her record up to three wins from six starts.

The daughter of Fastnet Rock comes off back-to-back wins interstate in easier grade having carted 59kg to victory over 1800m at Sandown on May 11 before an impressive three-length romp home at Rosehill in the wet over 2000m on May 21.

A genuine staying type sure to see out the distance without an issue, Aravene reunites with jockey Brett Prebble and is drawn to win in gate six.

At a more generous quote of $10 on the quick seven-day back-up is the Jerome Hunter-trained The Roses winner Barb Raider.

An in-form daughter of Group winner Rebel Raider, the bonny brown was good backing-up from her Group 1 Australasian Oaks (2000m) second in Adelaide to narrowly take out the Group 2 The Roses (2100m) here last weekend.

There was nothing in the finish, but she was brave late holding off the challengers once into the clear and has Craig Williams aboard again this weekend in her Grand Final.

Youngstar (2018) was the last filly to complete The Roses – Queensland Oaks double, however the former is usually run a week earlier over 2000m at Doomben giving Barb Raider a tough task this winter.

The filly that beat Barb Raider home in Morphettville’s Australasian Oaks in late April, the Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young-trained Glint Of Hope, is also in Queensland Oaks contention this weekend.

With over a month between runs, the Japanese-bred daughter of Deep Impact returns in gate 14 with Daniel Moor continuing associations.

Proven in elite grade, Glint Of Hope looks potential value at a current quote of $16 through Ladbrokes.com.au to complete the interstate Australasian Oaks – QLD Oaks double last achieved by Egg Tart (2017).

Shorter in the markets the other best fancied fillies in Saturday’s feature race are Nick Ryan’s close The Roses runner-up Belle Savoir ($11) and the Godolphin-raced Honeycreeper ($11) last seen running sixth in the ATC Oaks during The Championships.

Click here for the latest Queensland Oaks 2022 odds on the final field courtesy of Ladbrokes.com.au.

2022 Queensland Oaks Final Field & Barrier Draw

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Probable Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 135×112021 BARB RAIDER Jerome Hunter Craig Williams 11 56.5kg 99
2 1111×1322 GYPSY GODDESS (NZ) David Vandyke William Pike 22 56.5kg 98
3 23327×1231 GLINT OF HOPE (JPN) Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Daniel Moor 14 56.5kg 101
4 1x7833x856 BISCAYNE BAY Ciaron Maher & David Eustace Mark Zahra 12 56.5kg 83
5 91×8830367 MOKULUA Clarry Conners Nash Rawiller 5 56.5kg 82
6 43×3321316 HONEYCREEPER James Cummings Hugh Bowman 20 56.5kg 78
7 x281139344 GIN MARTINI (NZ) John Sargent Robbie Dolan 10 56.5kg 82
8 311113×487 FESTIVAL DANCER Matthew Smith Ben Thompson 19 56.5kg 78
9 1x227x310 DYNASTIES Peter & Paul Snowden James McDonald 15 56.5kg 85
10 17544×516 VERONA (NZ) Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 21 56.5kg 86
11 1×1422 BELLE SAVOIR Nick Ryan Ryan Maloney 17 56.5kg 81
12 471×511 ARAVENE Caroline Jennings Brett Prebble 6 56.5kg 73
13 21×4252096 CHARITY SPIRIT Gary Portelli Jim Byrne 23 56.5kg 66
14 71×2133 SMIRK (NZ) Chris Waller Tommy Berry 16 56.5kg 79
15 1512 TERANGA Steven O’Dea & Matthew Hoysted Kerrin McEvoy 7 56.5kg 68
16 3115675 LE VILLI (NZ) Kris Lees Tim Clark 2 56.5kg 80
17 47721×1545 ROSIE IMPACT Richard & Will Freedman James Orman 13 56.5kg 58
18 13822519 NOM DE PLUME (NZ) Robbie Patterson Craig Grylls 1 56.5kg 71.5
19e 3452×33221 CUPID’S KISS Cassandra Stummer 8 56.5kg 58
20e 8211 NYOTA John Sargent 9 56.5kg 66
21e 2×34222 PIONEER LASS Matthew Smith Kyle Wilson-Taylor (a) 3 56.5kg
22e 8x4633x641 CHAYSE ’N’ TANYA Les Kelly 18 56.5kg 59
23e 61×8467 SAVAGAL (NZ) Chris Waller 4 56.5kg 63

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

 

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