Oakleigh Plate Horse Race
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Saturday, February 19th sees the latest running of the Oakleigh Plate race. The event is staged at Caulfield Racecourse (click here to learn more about the horse races in Caulfield).
We have all the information you need including past winners, barrier stats and the history of the race.
The Oakleigh Plate is as much about tradition as it is about speed. This race has been on the calendar since way back in 1884.
For almost all of that time it’s been run at Caulfield. It was transferred to Flemington only during the War, while Sandown hosted the race in 1996 when Caulfield was under redevelopment.
These days the race is lauded as the leading sprint race at its Caulfield home. The Oakleigh Sprint is also the middle leg of the major sprinting races staged during the Autumn Racing Carnival in Melbourne. The Black Caviar Lightning and the Newmarket Handicap make up the other races.
Oakleigh Plate Results 2021
The 2021 Oakleigh Plate was a real cracker! It’s very rare to see a dead-heat in the race, but that’s what we witnessed when Celebrity Queen and Portland Sky passed the post together. Here are the top four in the race:
- Celebrity Queen (J: William Pike, T: Grant and Alana Williams)
- Portland Sky (J: Mr Teodore Nugent, T: Matt Laurie)
- Kemalpasa (J: Damian Lane, T: Richard and Chantelle Jolly)
- Brooklyn Hustle (J: Jye McNeil, T: Jason Warren)
It’s always good to look back at previous winners of the Oakleigh Plate race. These are the last ten results, including the incredible dead-heat we witnessed in 2021:
- 2021 – Celebrity Queen & Portland Sky
- 2020 – Pippie
- 2019 – Booker
- 2018 – Russian Revolution
- 2017 – Sheidel
- 2016 – Flamberge
- 2015 – Shamal Wind
- 2014 – Lankan Rupee
- 2013 – Mrs Onassis
- 2012 – Woorim
Barrier Draw Statistics
As is often the case in racing, especially major stakes events, the final field barrier draw is crucial. Once the final field is known, Oakleigh Plate betting will be partly shaped around the draw.
Oakleigh Plate Winners by Barrier
Here’s a look at how each barrier has performed in the Oakleigh Plate race.
How to Live Stream the 2022 Oakleigh Plate
These days, one of the best and easiest ways to grab a live stream of the Oakleigh Plate is via your bookmaker. Many good online bookies now show high-quality live streams featuring commentary from the track.
You may have to place a small bet on the race, or simply have a funded account. Any bookmaker showing the race live will offer live betting and up to the minute odds.
Please note: due to the Interactive Gambling Act in Australia, any form of live betting cannot be conducted online.
The most pertinent questions about the Oakleigh Plate answered:
When is the Oakleigh Plate 2022?
The 2022 renewal takes place on Saturday, February 19th.
What is the prize money for the Oakleigh Plate race?
The Oakleigh Plate is run for a total pot of $500.000.
How long is the Oakleigh Plate?
The Oakleigh Plate is a sprint race staged over just 1.100 metres.