The Woodbine Oaks is a thoroughbred horse race for 3-year-old fillies held every year at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. The race is the first leg of the Canadian Triple Tiara series and carries a purse of $500,000.
For news and information on past and upcoming Woodbine Oaks races check out the official site.
Woodbine Entertainment does take bets on the Woodbine Oaks at the racetrack, but if you aren’t able to make it out to the track you can also place your bets through any of our recommended sites listed below.
Where To Bet On The Woodbine Oaks
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Both of the betting sites listed above take bets on all races at the Woodbine Racetrack.
Sports Interaction uses a traditional Racebook that is separate from the other sports. Once on the SportsInteraction.com website you will have to click ‘Racebook’ from the top navigation bar and then locate ‘Woodbine’ in the left sidebar under ‘Thoroughbred’. This will bring up all of the races at Woodbine Racetrack for that day including the Woodbine Oaks.
Bet365 offers their horse race betting through their regular sportsbook. Once at the sports betting page of Bet365.com you should click ‘Horse Racing’ from the left sidebar. You will then have to switch from ‘UK & Ireland’ to ‘International’ races at the top of the screen. This will bring up Woodbine Racetrack for you to place your wagers.
A Brief History of Woodbine Oaks
The Woodbine Oaks was first raced in 1956 at a distance of 1 1/16 miles. In 1959 the distance was extended to 1 1/8 miles (9 furlongs). The race was originally called the Canadian Oaks, with the name being changed to the Woodbine Oaks in 2001.
The current race record is held by Square Angel with a time of 1:48.80 in 1973. To see all of the winners since the races inception check out the Woodbine Oaks Wikipedia page.
The Woodbine Oaks is the biggest race exclusive to fillies in all of Canada and it will continue to be a top event on the Canadian horse racing calendar for years to come.