Crown Oaks 2008 Australia
The Crown Oaks is Victoria’s premier event for Three Years Old Fillies, and it is always run two days after the Emirates Melbourne Cup Results. Like the AAMI Victoria Derby, it is run over 2500 Metres at Set Weights. All fillies carry the same weight in the race – 55.5kg.
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The most famous Oaks winner of all was Briesis, because she also won the Victoria Derby and the Melbourne Cup in 1876. Other famous Crown Oaks winners from down the years are Chicquita (1949), True Course (1950), Evening Peal (1955), Light Fingers (1964), Leica Show (1974), Surround (1976), Rose Of Kingston (1981), Slight Chance (1992), Magical Miss (2001),Special Harmony (2003) and Miss Finland (2006).
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retirements – Kentucky colt Big Brown for one – heavily touted Irish-bred 2008 Melbourne Cup runner, Profound Beauty, has joined the list after the mare suffered a bruised foot, causing her to miss two days of preparation.
The 2008 Crown Oaks Day will be held on Thursday 6 November. View the information below for details on how to get there using Melbourne’s trains, trams and buses.
The Crown Oaks (formerly known as the VRC Oaks), is the third day of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival at Flemington Racecourse. Oaks Day is held on the Thursday directly following Melbourne Cup Day (the first Tuesday in November). The Oaks were first run in 1861.
Popularly known as Ladies Day (but in recent times also colloquially called Blokes Day ), Crown Oaks Day has been an extraordinary phenomenon of racing. Despite being held on a work day (Melbourne Cup Day is the only public holiday during the racing carnival), Oaks Day boasts the fastest growing crowd records of any day in the Carnival, with over 100,000 punters attending the track each year. While the main drawcard of the day is undoubtedly the stars of the track, the other popular event on Crown Oaks Day is the annual “Fashions on the Field” celebrations. Introduced by the Victoria Racing Club in 1962 in an effort to woo more women to the track, Ladies day and the Fashions on the Field concept has grown considerably with each year and is now adopted at racetracks all over the world.