Oyster Stakes

In Ireland, thoroughbred fillies and mares must be three years old or older to compete in the Oyster Stakes, a Listed flat horse race. It is planned to take place every September at Galway over a distance of 1 mile, 4 furlongs, and 42 yards (2,452 metres).

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Oyster Stakes 2022 Odds

The odds for the Oyster Stakes are listed below:

6.40 Galway (Race 6) - BOG
  • Date: Tuesday 6th of September 2022
  • Time: 18:40
  • Details: 12 Runners Flat Flat 1m 4f 42y
16 Sierra Nevada
NR
1 Yaxeni
7/4
9 Pita Pinta
9/2
2 Azallya
6/1
11 Alizarine
7/1
17 Thanks Monica
8/1
7 Mighty Blue
10/1
13 Grecian Slipper
20/1
14 Lullaby
33/1
18 Willesee
40/1
4 Dinard Rose
50/1
8 Miss Myers
80/1

Oyster Stakes Tips

The Oyster Stakes tips are below:

2 points to win for TBC at odds of TBC
1 point each way for TBC at odds of TBC

Many Oyster Stakes horses will race in more races throughout the years. Stay updated on the horses and place ante-post bets if you want to wager on them.

Oyster Stakes Previous Winners

Year Winner Age Jockey Trainer
2012 Chamonix 3 Joseph O’Brien Aidan O’Brien
2013 Missunited 6 Seamie Heffernan Michael Winters
2014 Tarana 4 Declan McDonogh John Oxx
2015 Zhukova 3 Leigh Roche Dermot Weld
2016 Almela 4 Pat Smullen Dermot Weld
2017 Airlie Beach 7 Pat Smullen Willie Mullins
2018 Baby Pink 3 Niall McCullagh Joseph O’Brien
2019 Diamond Hill 6 Colin Keane Willie Mullins
2020 Princess Zoe 5 Joey Sheridan Anthony Mullins
2021 Haparanda 4 Colin Keane Dermot Weld

Oyster Stakes 2021 Result

Oyster Stakes Popular Questions

Where is the Oyster Stakes held?

The Oyster Stakes is held at Galway Racecourse.

When does the Oyster Stakes take place?

Each year the Oyster Stakes takes place in September.

Summary

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