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What is Australasian Oaks racing?

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What is Australasian Oaks racing?

The Australasian Oaks,  also known as the Schweppes Oaks is a group one race held at Morphettville for three-year-old fillies at set weights over the distance of 2000m.

Held in late April or early May each year, $400,000 goes to the winner of the Australasian Oaks, which is run on the same day as fellow Group 1 race the Robert Sangster Stakes. The race is not an event international runners target, given the prize money is not enormous and the specific nature of the conditions, but the best local and interstate fillies battle it out for Group 1 glory.

The Robert Sangster Stakes also registered as the UBET Classic is a Group 1 weight-for-age race for fillies and mares aged three years and older at South Australian racetrack Morphettville. One of the showpiece events of the Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival, the Robert Sangster Stakes is over the 1200m distance and the total prize money for the race is $1 million. In 2006, the Robert Sangster Stakes became the only Group 1 race for fillies and mares over the 1200m distance. The winner of the race pockets $400,000.

How to bet on the Australasian Oaks?

How to bet on the Australasian Oaks?

The Australasian Oaks brings out the best three-year-old fillies from South Australia and the rest of the county, but form lines are imperative when picking a winner. The Port Adelaide Guineas has been a great indicator of form leading into the Australasian Oaks for the local horses, but punters need to take into account the preparations of the interstate raiders.

From 2006 through to 2016, only two winners have not won their previous start before taking out the Australasian Oaks, while on just three occasions have favorites failed to place in the race.

In the period between 1983 and 2016, just six Australasian Oaks winners have saluted at a double-figure price, highlighting just how well the market can predict this race.

The Australasian Oaks is a group one race that has an entire day in South Australia dedicated to it, so as you would expect the bookmakers come nice and early to the party for this one. The runners that will nominate for the race are usually pretty cut and dry given the criteria for entry, so bookmakers are able to get their prices in pretty quickly for all-in markets. Tote prices and other Fixed Odds markets tend to open when the race is two to three days away.

Here are two best of the online bookies to bet on the Australasian Oaks

Bet 365

bet365 Australia

On visiting bet365.com.au you’ll note the familiar green and yellow colour scheme, with easy to read white text on black panels. Log in is top right, as is the join now column if you’re yet to take advantage of the bookie. Go left to check out sports or in-play betting and even further left for the Bet365 emblem, which will take you to the home page. Down the left-hand side is the sports panel, and down the right is your bet slip at the top, with current events below.

The middle panel provides a welcome and join now option, with detail of the bookie’s new ‘bet in-play’ option. Below that takes you to the next three thoroughbred races, greyhound races and other popular sporting events kicking off soon, with an option to view the full list.

Click on the prominent horse racing tab to visit the racing home. It provides the three ‘next to jump races’ and then below that a full list of racing the bookie is providing odds on. Every race is there.

Just click on the one you want to see a full list of runners for, with colours, odds, records, trainers, and jockeys. You’ll see odds on the tote and fixed for all races, with some events offering racing products for bet365 best, bet365 mid plus and bet365 tote.

Placing a bet is as easy as point and click, provided you have an account. Make your selection, add it to your bet slip, enter your stake, review and then submit your bet.

General Rules

TAB Dividends Rules on Australasian Oaks

TAB Dividends Rules on Australasian Oaks

In respect of prices based on TAB dividends, should a dividend vary between TABs that normally operate under a pooling arrangement, bet365 will pay out on the dividend of the TAB of the State in which the race was run. If the race is run in another State where pooling does not apply (e.g. NSW) the dividend will be based on whichever TAB has the largest win pool.

Dynamic Odds supplies the prices which form the Victoria Official Price (VOP), Queensland Official Price (QOP) and New South Wales Official Price (NSWOP). The VOP, QOP and NSWOP are collectively referred to as the State Official Price (SOP) by bet365.

VOP refers to the prices supplied by Dynamic Odds on Victorian Horse Racing and only applies to Horse Racing taking place in Victoria. For markets using the VOP for settlement purposes, bet365 will apply the prices from the VOP regardless of any other publications differing.

QOP refers to the prices supplied by Dynamic Odds on Queensland Horse Racing and only applies to Horse Racing taking place in Queensland. For markets using the QOP for settlement purposes, bet365 will apply the prices from the QOP regardless of any other publications differing.

NSWOP refers to the prices supplied by Dynamic Odds on New South Wales Horse Racing and only applies to Horse Racing taking place in New South Wales. For markets using the NSWOP for settlement purposes, bet365 will apply the prices from the NSWOP regardless of any other publications differing.

In the absence of an SOP (for Horse Racing taking place in other states), bet365 will apply the Official Price supplied by Dynamic Odds for settlement purposes in relation to relevant markets. This price is applied regardless of any other publications differing.

The 3 Australian TABs refer to the NSW TAB, SuperTAB and UTAB. Home State TAB refers to the State TAB in which the meeting is run. For example, Flemington is SuperTAB, Randwick is NSW TAB, Doomben is UTAB.

For races run in Asia, the home tote will be deemed to be SuperTAB. Should SuperTAB not cover the meeting, the next largest Australian TAB that covered the race will be deemed to be the home tote. Should an Australian TAB not operate on an Asian race the home country’s totalisator will be deemed to be the home tote.

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Play up

Playup bookie

PlayUp is Australia’s best-fixed odds provider bet a fair price, and give the punter every chance to enjoy the punting experience. It is a 100% Australian owned and operated business with offices located in Sydney. You can bet online, with a mobile app or even on the phone.

PlayUp horse racing has combined many of the best elements from Topbetta, ClassicBet and Mad Bookie, under the one URL, which is handy for us punters. On all platforms, PlayUp’s racing section is easily accessible. Probably the most convenient way to view what races are coming up is to click the racing tab, which will then display all of the day’s races. As you scroll down this page you will see:

  • Australian horse racing
  • International horse racing
  • Harness racing
  • International harness racing
  • Greyhounds
  • International Greyhounds

You will also be able to navigate easily between days, with tabs across the top of this screen, supplying you with quick access to racing results, today’s, tomorrow’s and the following days racing, plus a tab for futures markets.

General Rules

Sportsbet bookie

Where there are eight or more runners in a race, a place dividend shall be paid on first, second and third places. Where there are seven, six or five runners in a race, a place dividend shall be paid on first and second places only. When you have bet on a Tote based product, Place bets will pay down to however many placing’s the major Australian TAB’s determine as appropriate for that bet type. Major Australian TAB’s shall be defined as the Victorian TAB (STAB), the NSW TAB, the Queensland TAB (UBET).

Where there are less than five runners in a race, all bets shall be on a ‘Win Only’. If late scratching of a runner or runners reduces the field below five runners, all non-tote place bets will be refunded if there is no possibility for a collect.

If a runner is scratched, all bets placed after the declaration of the final field, will be refunded on that runner (providing the bet wasn’t placed prior to the barrier draw on an ‘All-In’ basis.). All other runners will be subject to a deduction, applicable to the face value of winning bets where the bet was placed at a fixed price, for either: Win, Each Way, or Place Only. (Refer ‘Schedule of Deductions’ Table – Section 5)

If a tote pool goes down either on-line or via the telephone and the pools are distorted, then the bookie reserve the right to omit these dividends when paying out. ie. If the NSW Tote pool is down, the best of QLD and VIC will be paid for Best Tote Products. For middle tote products, the dividend will be deemed to be the average of the two declared dividends.

There are various other rules when placing bets on horse races.

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There are various other sports bookies to visit to bet on the Australasian Oaks like Betfair Australia; Unibet, Palmer bet, Ladbrokes, Beteasy, Sportsbet, Neds and more.

Australasian Oaks

The 2019 Australasian Oaks was held on Saturday 4th May at Morphettville Racecourse. The race was won in 2019 by Princess Jenni. The Australasian Oaks is a length of 2000 metres. This race usually includes all the best 3YO Fillies in the country to take out the prize money every year in Adelaide.

Horses tend to run this length in just over 2 minutes. The prize money for the Australasian Oaks is a share of $500,000 in which first place receives almost 60% of it taking home $320,000.

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