The Vinery Stud is one of two Group 1 races at Rosehill this Saturday and they’re the final Group 1’s before The Championships kicks off in April.
Australia’s best three-year-old fillies take on the 2000m and although it will be run on a rain-affected track, the field will stand the test of time.
We have free tips, form and odds for every runner in the 2019 Vinery Stud Stakes.
2019 Vinery Stud Stakes final field, barrier draw and odds
Our best bets for the Vinery Stud Stakes 2019
Verry Elleegant @ $2.40 Bet Now
Best Each Way Bet:
Pohutukawa @ $6.50 Bet Now
El Dorado Dreaming @ $10 Bet Now
Vinery Stud Stakes Form Guide & Tips
Nakeeta Jane ($6) Bet Now
Quality three-year-old filly which won the Group 1 Surround Stakes two back before running third behind The Autumn Sun in the Randwick Guineas.
She shouldn’t have been expected to win that race and she was too short in the betting. The daughter of So You Think is better suited here and the odds on offer are generous.
Only the track conditions are a worry.
El Dorado Dreaming (Best Roughie – $10) Bet Now
A winner of only one from 12 starts, El Dorado Dreaming hasn’t quite achieved what many had expected but she hasn’t lost many admirers.
The Kris Lees-trained runner finished second in the Group 1 Coolmore Classic last start and form out of that race is going to stack up nicely. It wasn’t an age-group race and she should be right in the mix here.
Doesn’t win often but the each-way odds appeal.
Verry Elleegant (Best Bet – $2.40) Bet Now
Former New Zealand filly which has been tried and tested against the best and she absolutely loves running in the wet.
She couldn’t have been more impressive when winning the Phar Lap Stakes last start at Rosehill where she came along the inside of runners to record a 3.5-length win.
Despite her high head carriage, she knows how to win and we’re confident she will be in the thick of the finish.
Aristia ($8.50) Bet Now
Over the odds given she’s an Oaks winner which ran run two solid races this time in. She was 5.3 lengths behind Verry Elleegant last start but she has the ability to bridge the gap.
Has big wins next to her name and the $13 opening price has been crunched into $8.50 at the time of writing.
Seabrook ($23) Bet Now
Much better effort when running second in the Phar Lap Stakes but her form prior wasn’t great and she would need to continue to improve to win this.
Has good form on rain-affected tracks but there’s too many good types in this field to label her as a winning chance.
Greysful Glamour ($61) Bet Now
Has struggled to beat most runners home this season and we simply can’t have her in the finish here.
9.2 lengths behind Pohutukawa last start isn’t going to cut the mustard.
Qafila ($35) Bet Now
Scored a good win at Caulfield two back but it was a blanket finish and that form didn’t stack up nicely last time out.
The Lindsay Park-trained filly is better on top of the ground and we would want better odds this time around.
Pohutukawa (Best Each Way – $6.50) Bet Now
James Cummings lines up the talented filly which scored a quality win in the Kembla Grange Classic last start and she’s a filly that excels in the wet.
She won on Melbourne Cup day on a heavy track and with four wins from five starts on rain-affected ground, she looks the best chance to upset the favourite.
Zalatte ($35) Bet Now
Was unbeaten at her first three starts but has since run two consecutive sevenths when rising in class.
That doesn’t bode well for this at Group 1 level and having finished 9.9 lengths behind Verry Elleegant last start, she would need to make up many lengths to overturn that result.
Looks well held.
Frankely Awesome ($21) Bet Now
Nicely-bred daughter of Frankel which is going to improve with more time and racing under her belt.
She comes into this having finished second behind Pohutukawa at Kembla Grange last start and she copes with the wet tracks well enough to be considered.
Drawn wide in barrier 12 but that’s the place to be in the wet.
Scarlet Dream ($12) Bet Now
Yet to finish outside of the placings from five starts and that includes two wins. The filly by Sebring ran third in the Kembla Grange Classic and the form out of that race should stack up nicely.
There’s some confidence in the market with the Mark Newnham-trained runner and we wouldn’t be surprised to see her fighting out the finish.
Worth including in first-four bets.
Autumn ($23) Bet Now
Scored one of her two wins on a soft track and that’s about where the positives end for this filly by Medaglia D’oro.
Has solid speed but should be outclassed by this field.
Alexandria ($151) Bet Now
Finished last of 10 runners at Flemington last time out and she doesn’t have much chance in this.