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Irish Oaks Trends

7/10 – Have been trained outside of Ireland (6 – England, 1 – France)
7/10 – Won their previous start
4/10 – Previously won a Group 1
2/10 – Sent off favourite
2/10 – Sent off a double-figure price

Irish Oaks Top Jockey

Of the active jockeys, Frankie Dettori has won the race four times.

Irish Oaks Top Trainer

Of the active trainers, Sir Michael Stoute has won the race six times.

Irish Oaks Tips 2019

Raced over the twelve-furlong distance at the Curragh, the Irish Oaks is one of the five classics of the Irish seasons and pits together some of the best middle-distance horses of the classic generation (three-year-olds). Won last year by subsequent Arc second Sea Of Class, the form tends to be extremely strong and this year’s renewal should prove no different. With the British winning three of the past four renewals, can the Irish reassert their dominance in the contest? Read on for our Irish Oaks tips and in-depth betting analysis!

When do the Irish Oaks tips go up?

All our runner by runner analysis, including a selection, for the 2019 Irish Oaks, goes up the evening before the big race.

Irish Oaks Betting

One of the five classic races of the Irish flat season, the Irish Oaks gets plenty of attention each year and as such, bookies will be looking to beat their competition with price boosts and other special offers. With best odds guaranteed and money back specials potentially on the table, it pays to do your homework and get the best Irish Oaks odds!

Irish Oaks Previous Winners

2018 – Sea Of Class (11/4)
2017 – Enable (2/5f)
2016 – Seventh Heaven (14/1)
2015 – Covert Love (7/1)
2014 – Bracelet (10/1)
2013 – Chicquita (9/2)
2012 – Great Heavens (5/4f)
2011 – Blue Bunting (5/2)
2010 – Snow Fairy (7/2)
2009 – Sariska (Evsf)

Irish Oaks Runners & Entries

The British have won three of the past four renewals and their chief hope in 2019 is John Gosden’s Star Catcher, with Ralph Beckett sending over both Manuela De Vega and Antonia De Vega. Dual Group 1 winner Iridessa was the early favourite but has drifted in the market, with punters thinking that Pink Dogwood can reverse the placings of the Pretty Polly.

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