News About: 2011 Queensland Oaks
Scarlett Lady goes two in a row in Australia and extends her winning streak to five with a monster of a run to claim the Queensland Oaks down the extreme outside.
She settled a lot further back than her previous run at Doomben and it looked to be risky when she was covered up with …
While it’s the New Zealand fillies which have received the lion’s share of attention all week, Heidilicious has rapidly become a big contender with punters.
Scarlett Lady has won five in row and accounted for much of this field easily in The Roses and compatriot Shez Sinsational has plenty of wraps coming into her first …
Form tells you that Scarlett Lady is the best horse going into the Queensland Oaks tomorrow and her instalment as favourite was inevitable.
There’s no doubt the field is very strong and over 2400m anything could happen, but all things being equal the kiwi is …
With the New Zealand fillies looking like they’ll dominate the Queensland Oaks trainer Allan Sharrock has had plenty of attention since arriving in Australia.
His filly Shez Sinsational has been tipped as the one to bring down compatriot and hot favourite Scarlett Lady.
Things couldn’t have gone better during the trip across the Tasman and …
Scarlett Lady has put in the performance of the carnival for the New Zealanders so far in Brisbane with her easy victory in the Doomben Roses two weeks back.
She easily accounted for the best Australia could throw at her and from there she lines up as the favourite in the Queensland Oaks this weekend.…
Top Queensland trainer Robert Heathcote has a program full of winning chances at Doomben Racecourse today, with a horse in almost every race.
This year has already been one of Heathcote’s most successful winter carnivals yet.
“It has been a good carnival for us,” Heathcote said.
“I planned to have the bulk of my quality …
Queensland Racing (RQL) is considering changing the future conditions of the Group 1 Queensland Oaks to included mares in the race that is currently restricted to three-year-old fillies only.
The racing board believes that because there are already five Group 1 races of 2,000 metres and above dedicated to three-year-old fillies, it appears unfair that …
New Zealand horses have been a dominate feature already during the Brisbane Winter Carnival and in no area are they more strong than in the Oaks ranks.
Scarlett Lady blew away the best Australia could throw at her last start in The Roses and the kiwi ranks were bolstered even further yesterday with the arrival …
Tropicana Girl has proved to Sydney trainer Chris Waller that she is more than worthy of a Queensland Oaks campaign after posting a convincing win over her rivals at Canterbury yesterday.
The three-year-old Redoute’s Choice filly will now go to the $400,000 Oaks at Eagle …
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