Vinery Stud Stakes 2023

Vinery Stud Stakes 2023

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  • 2022 Vinery Stud Stakes Runner By Runner Preview, Odds & Tips

    *Saturday 26th March: The rest of the race meeting has been abandoned. At this stage it is unknown where the remainder of the races will be rescheduled.**Sunday 27th March: It has been announced that the remaining races from the Rosehill meeting ...

    Vinery Stud Stakes Quick Facts

    In a hurry? We’ve listed all the quick facts that you need to know about the Vinery Stud Stakes:

    DateSaturday, 25th March, 2023
    Start TimeTBA
    RacecourseRosehill Racecourse, NSW, Australia
    Distance2,000 metres
    GradeGroup 1
    Prizemoney$500,000

    Vinery Stud Stakes Introduction

    The Vinery Stud Stakes is a Group 1 race which takes place each year in March. The race in 2023 will be held on Saturday 25th of March at Rosehill Racecourse. Looking back to the race in 2022, it was won by Fangirl.

    Registered as the Storm Queen Stakes, the Vinery Stud Stakes is a 2000m for three year old fillies and forms an integral part of the Autumn programming for fillies heading to the ATC Oaks.

    The race has been sponsored by Vinery Stud since 2009. It was first run in 1979 where it was run over 1900m. The year after it was changed to 2000m where it has remained ever since and the race has exclusively been run at Rosehill.

    The Vinery Stud Stakes achieved Group 1 status in 1993.

    The 2022 edition of the Vinery Stud Stakes was a little bit different to the others. The race was actually held at Newcastle Racecourse on the Monday after the scheduled time. This was because the meeting was called off at Rosehill Racecourse after the first three races, due to the heavy rain that Sydney had been experiencing in the lead up to the race.

    Vinery Stud Stakes Tips 2022

    The Vinery Stud Stakes is an Australian Group 1 held at Rosehill Racecourse, it is one of the major races in the Autumn Racing Carnival and the $500,000 prizemoney attached to it means the race brings in some of the top horses from across the country, and even internationally, to Sydney. It also attracts many Australians who like to have a casual punt on the races. Our expert tipsters will put together a list of Vinery Stud Stakes tips so you can bet with confidence.

    Nominations for the Vinery Stud Stakes in 2023 are still yet to be accepted, therefore it is hard to provide updates right now about our tips. However, as the Autumn Racing Carnival continues to heat up in Sydney, the horses that are aiming for this Group 1 will become a lot clearer, and then we will be able to provide you with updates. If you are after Vinery Stud Stakes horse tips, then we will keep you abreast with which horses are likely to be running, so you can place your bets with more confidence.

    Unfortunately there are no bookmakers that are providing Vinery Stud Stakes odds, but we will keep on top of this and provide the relevant information as it comes in. When looking for Vinery Stud Stakes tips, we have indicated some important factors to success in our betting section below!

    We will list The Sharks’ Vinery Stud Stakes best tips for the race in 2023 closer to the time of the race. Make sure you check back on this page regularly for updates!

    Vinery Stud Stakes Tips From Experts

    Our tips are not out for the Vinery Stud Stakes in 2023 as it is too far out from the event. But the good news is that when the final field for the Vinery Stud Stakes is announced, we will provide guidance on each and every runner in the 2023 Vinery Stud Stakes.

    You will find all this information below, when it becomes available. Stay tuned!

    Vinery Stud Stakes Betting 2022

    There are a lot of important factors to consider before betting on the Vinery Stud Stakes. Make sure you have a read on below before you place your bets:

    Is Previous Vinery Stud Stakes Form a Good Indicator of Future Success?

    Being an age restricted race it has thrown up a mixed bag of results over the years, all subjective to the talent of the three year old crop in that respective year.

    Whilst the race has thrown up some real champions such as Research, Miss Finland and Verry Elleegant, there have also been a number of winners that have failed to win another race.

    Should I Bet On The Favourite in the Vinery Stud Stakes?

    Favourites have a very good record in the race having won six times since 2011. However it is also interesting to note that in that time there have been a couple of long priced winners as well including Fenway ($21) and Murjilisa Lass ($51).

    Formlines from Lead Up Races

    Many of the fillies take on the older mares in the rich Coolmore Classic which is a Group 1 run over 1500m the fortnight prior, whilst the traditional lead up for horses staying competing against their own age and sex is the Group 3 Kembla Grange Classic run on a Friday, 15 days prior to the Vinery Stud Stakes.

    Whilst claiming the double in either of these races has proven hard to come by, horses that have placed or run well in these races feature prominently among the list of Vinery Stud Stakes winners.

    Age

    The race is for three year old fillies.

    Weight

    The Vinery Stud Stakes is run at set weights.

    Gender

    It is open only to three year old fillies.

    Vinery Stud Stakes Best Bets

    Our Vinery Stud Stakes best bets for 2023 are not out just yet, make sure you keep an eye out on this page as we will provide more details about our best bets when the final field is announced.

    You will find our best bets below once available. Stay tuned!

    Vinery Stud Stakes Odds 2022

    Before the Vinery Stud Stakes field is released – many bookmakers will open early markets, or all-in markets, for your Vinery Stud Stakes betting. This is probably the ideal time to place a bet on your horse because you might be able to get tasty odds.

    Once the bookies announce their 2022 Vinery Stud Stakes odds, they will tend to fluctuate day-by-day. There are a number of things that cause these fluctuations, but when we get a clearer idea of the type of horses that will be targeting the race, as well as their recent form, you will see the odds change frequently.

    If you do choose to place your bets in these early markets, it means you could find the favourite at double digit odds or more. This means that if your horse does go on to win, you will get more return on your investment! However, there is increased risk if you choose to bet at this time and you should be aware of the risks.

    Depending on when you place your 2022 Vinery Stud Stakes futures bet, your horse may not even get a run, but you won’t get your money back, occurring when the market is ‘All-In’ or closer to the start date. If you are looking to have a bet when it says ‘Before Noms’, then you can rest easy knowing you will get your cash back if your horse doesn’t run in the Vinery Stud Stakes.

    The odds are yet to be released for the Vinery Stud Stakes in 2022. Please check back again soon.

    Vinery Stud Stakes Field 2022

    A solid field of 14 runners contested the Vinery Stud Stakes in 2022, while emergency Hidden Smile was lucky to get a run after Honeycreeper was scratched from the race.

    While the field would have originally thought they would be going around at Rosehill Racecourse, like usual, this was no usual race. The Saturday meeting was cancelled after three races due to the heavy rain. The rest of the meeting was moved to the following Monday at Newcastle Racecourse.

    Leading into the race it was Surround Stakes winner Hinged favourite at $4.00, just ahead of unbeaten Qld mare Gypsy Goddess, at $4.20. Fangirl and Pretty Amazing are next at $6.00 and $7.50, and Never Been Kissed rounds out the runners in single figures at $9.00.

    With the 2023 Vinery Stud Stakes field yet to be determined, let’s take a look back at the 2022 field, headlined by winner Fangirl:

    HorseBarrierJockeyTrainer
    1. YEARNING (56kg)15Tommy BerryM, W & J Hawkes
    2. HINGED (56kg)4Brenton AvdullaChris Waller
    3. NEVER BEEN KISSED (NZ) (56kg)2Regan BaylissG Waterhouse & A Bott
    4. FANGIRL (56kg)10Hugh BowmanChris Waller
    5. MOKULUA (56kg)6Nash RawillerClarry Conners
    6. GYPSY GODDESS (NZ) (56kg)11William PikeDavid Vandyke
    7. PRETTY AMAZING (56kg)13James McDonaldChris Waller
    8. HOPE IN YOUR HEART (56kg)9Kerrin McEvoyKerry Parker
    9. GIN MARTINI (NZ) (56kg)5Robbie DolanJohn Sargent
    10. HONEYCREEPER (56kg) – Scratched8Jamie KahJames Cummings
    11. STRAY (56kg)1Joshua ParrAnthony Cummings
    12. PINK IVORY (NZ) (56kg)12Rory HutchingsJohn Sargent
    13. ELLENMAC (56kg)3Kathy O’HaraMatthew Smith
    14. YOUTHFULL (56kg)7Brock RyanBrad Widdup
    15e. HIDDEN SMILE (56kg)14Rachel KingAnthony Cummings

    Vinery Stud Stakes Results 2022

    With the 2023 Vinery Stud Stakes yet to be run and won, let’s have a look at last year’s race to see if there are any key performance indicators that might help us find the winner of this year’s race.

    While we had to wait a couple of extra days to see the Vinery Stud Stakes, it was certain worth it, as we saw a shoot out between two quality fillies, in Fangirl and Hinged, both trained by Chris Waller.

    In the end it was Fangirl who got the chocolates, finishing just 0.37L ahead of Hinged. Then it was a fairly sizeable gap back to 3rd place, which was Gypsy Goddess, who finished 4.68L off the pace.

    You’ve read the words, now watch the video! Have a squiz below at the 2021 Vinery Stud Stakes race:

    Here are the results from the Vinery Stud Stakes in 2022:

    FinishHorseJockeyLengths
    1st4. FANGIRL (56kg)Hugh Bowman
    2nd2. HINGED (56kg)Brenton Avdulla0.37L
    3rd6. GYPSY GODDESS (NZ) (56kg)William Pike4.68L
    4th3. NEVER BEEN KISSED (NZ) (56kg)Regan Bayliss4.81L
    5th12. PINK IVORY (NZ) (56kg)Rory Hutchings5.91L
    6th1. YEARNING (56kg)Tommy Berry7.01L
    7th8. HOPE IN YOUR HEART (56kg)Kerrin McEvoy7.12L
    8th13. ELLENMAC (56kg)Kathy O’Hara7.44L
    9th9. GIN MARTINI (NZ) (56kg)Robbie Dolan9.16L
    10th7. PRETTY AMAZING (56kg)James McDonald12.21L
    11th14. YOUTHFULL (56kg)Brock Ryan13.85L
    12th5. MOKULUA (56kg)Nash Rawiller14.7L
    13th11. STRAY (56kg)Joshua Parr26.29L
    14th15e. HIDDEN SMILE (56kg)Rachel King26.45L

    Vinery Stud Stakes Winners

    The results for the upcoming Vinery Stud Stakes are not yet available, but in the meantime, you can have a look below at all the recent past winners:

    YearWinnerSecondThird
    2023TBATBATBA
    2022Fangirl Hinged Gypsy Goddess
    2021Hungry HeartHarmony RoseImpecunious
    2020Shout The BarProbabeelNudge
    2019Verry ElleegantFrankely AwesomeAristia
    2018HiyaamUnforgottenAloisia
    2017Montoya’s SecretNurse KitchenHarlow Gold
    2016Single GazeValley GirlHappy Hannah
    2015FenwayFirst SealThunder Lady
    2014Lucia ValentinaSolicitForever Loved
    2013NorzitaLongportHabibi
    2012MosheenStreamaAliyana Tilde
    2011Mirjulisa LassFibrillationBrazilian Pulse
    2010Faint PerfumeValdemoroAbsolute Faith

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