Queensland Oaks Field – 2016

The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Queensland Oaks which is to be run at Eagle Farm racecourse on Saturday 11th, June 2016. View the Queensland Oaks Field.

No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 AMBIENCE John O’Shea 21 56.5kg
2 CHABAUD (NZ) Robert Smerdon 14 56.5kg
3 KEBEDE Matthew Dunn 5 56.5kg
4 IMPOSING LASS (NZ) Bjorn Baker 10 56.5kg
5 BELUGA BLUE Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas 7 56.5kg
6 SEBRING SALLY Chris Waller 19 56.5kg
7 SELF ESTEEM Peter & Paul Snowden 4 56.5kg
8 ALASKAN ROSE (NZ) Michael Moroney 12 56.5kg
9 QUEEN OF WANDS Clarry Conners 8 56.5kg
10 DAWNIE PERFECT Clarry Conners 22 56.5kg
11 ASHLEE MARIE Richard Laming 1 56.5kg
12 FALKENBERG Peter & Paul Snowden 3 56.5kg
13 TAP THIS Peter & Paul Snowden 13 56.5kg
14 TAVI BAY (NZ) Henry Dwyer 16 56.5kg
15 ROMANTIC MAID Roger James 15 56.5kg
16 DULVERTON Robert Smerdon 2 56.5kg
17 ZASORCERESS (NZ) Jason Warren 17 56.5kg
18 MOUNT OMEI Chris Waller 11 56.5kg
19e PROVOCATIVE (NZ) Tony Pike 20 56.5kg
20e SAHARA SIREN Alan L Jones 18 56.5kg
21e MERU Pat Carey 9 56.5kg
22e ZAFIKI (NZ) Robert Smerdon 6 56.5kg


A Listed sprint for three-year-olds has been salvaged from the Eagle Farm wash-out and added to the final day of the Brisbane winter carnival.

The Daybreak Lover (1400m) was one of the casualties of Saturday’s abandoned meeting but will now be run on Tattersall’s Tiara day, June 25.

The Listed Spear Chief Stakes had already been transferred to that day which now has a 10-race program.

The Group One Queensland Oaks and Group Two QTC Cup have been added to Saturday’s Stradbroke Handicap meeting while the Listed Lightning will be run at Doomben on Wednesday.

The Group Two Eagle Farm Cup and Listed Phoenix Stakes are the two races that have been lost.

Racing Queensland operations manager Ross Gove said that, after a full review of the racing program, he had identified a need for the Daybreak Lover to be rescheduled.

“We feel there is merit in rescheduling the Daybreak Lover to the Tattersall’s Club Tiara raceday as there is only one other black type race for three-year-olds over a similar distance throughout the Queensland winter racing carnival,” Gove said.

“The race will now be held two weeks after Saturday’s Group Two Queensland Guineas (1600m) and will no doubt be used by some as a final lead-up to the Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas (1600m) on July 2.

“It could also present an alternative for those horses that fail to run out the distance of the Queensland Guineas and don’t intend to press on to the Sunshine Coast Guineas.”

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