Vinery Stud Stakes Tips, Betting, Odds, Horses & More 2025

The epic Vinery Stud Stakes is a set weights race for 3YO fillies. We see some of the best fillies from right around the world compete in the Vinery Stud Stakes, which is raced each year at Rosehill Racecourse. In 2024, the race will take place on Saturday, March 30 and is run over a distance of 2,000m.

Vinery Stud Stakes Information

Quick facts incoming! Check out all the key pieces of information you need to know about the Vinery Stud Stakes to get you started: 

📅Date:Saturday 29th March, 2025
⌚Race Time:TBA
📏Race Distance:2,000 metres
🛣️Racecourse:Rosehill Racecourse
🐎Conditions:3YO Fillies - Set Weights
🏅Status:Group 1
🏆Prize Money:$750,000
🏇2024 Winner:Orchestral

About the Vinery Stud Stakes

The Vinery Stud Stakes is one of the main Group One races that takes place during the Autumn Racing Carnival. We always see some of the best 3YO fillies step out for their chance at Group 1 glory. The Vinery Stud Stakes is known as the main lead-up race for the Australian Oaks, which is run two weeks later and is worth a cool $1 million.

Along with the Vinery Stud Stakes, the Tancred Stakes is also raced on the same day and racecourse. The Australian Cup is also raced on the same day, but it takes place at Flemington Racecourse. So, you’ve got lots of quality races on this day to tuck into.

Over the years, we’ve seen some of the best win the Vinery Stud Stakes, including the likes of; Verry Elleegant (2019), Mosheen (2012), Miss Finland (2007) and Research (1989). Later on this page, we will go into further detail about all the top horses to ever win the Vinery Stud Stakes.

The winner of the Vinery Stud Stakes is exempt from the ballot for the Australian Oaks, so there’s extra incentive to win the race. On top of this, the $750,000 on offer is another major incentive, that’s for sure!

Like with the Tancred Stakes in 2022, the Vinery Stud Stakes was temporarily moved to Newcastle Racecourse and run two days after the initial schedule as a result of poor weather. Both Rosehill and Newcastle Racecourse are among some of the top tracks in the country.

The team at have put together this comprehensive look into the world of the Vinery Stud Stakes. We’ve got all the information you need and will update you with the latest details for the upcoming race during race week. No matter what type of information you are looking for about the Vinery Stud Stakes, you will find it online with us!

Before we continue, we think there’s no better time than the present to check out the breakdown of the prize money that’s on offer for the Vinery Stud Stakes. Check it out below:

Place:Prize Money:
6th - 10th$7,500

Vinery Stud Stakes Tips

Fancy some free horse racing tips? Well, you’ve come to the right place, haven’t you?! The team at OnlyRacing are known for their horse racing tips. We don’t just tip Group 1 races either, we tip races daily, so if you’re looking to get your fill of horse racing tips, check out our tips page.

We really want to provide all our loyal readers with the best Vinery Stud Stakes tips, but at this stage, we are still waiting for more information to be provided on the runners that will line up in the race. We don’t yet know the final field, but when we do, our experts will provide their best bet, next best and best roughie for the race.

Tips, tips and more tips! While you wait, check out our 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes tips below:

Vinery Stud Stakes Best Bet - Orchestral

The clear favourite had to go on top for me. Orchestral is well-found in the market, currently listed at $1.60. Yes, she is very short, but she is very good and will likely put all these other runners to the sword easily. She is the most promising New Zealand runner that I’ve seen in quite some time.

The filly by Savabeel has been going from strength to strength since the beginning of the year and she comes into the Vinery Stud Stakes in pretty much perfect form. Her turn of foot is amazing and she gets the services of JMac. With all that on her side, I doubt any other runner will be catching her down the straight! Too short for me, but could play her in some multiples.

Vinery Stud Stakes Next Best - Zardozi

In any other race, Zardozi would be the favourite and I would be tipping her as my best bet, but she just comes up against one better - Orchestral. Her win in the Phar Lap Stakes was impressive, to say the least, and she is currently the clear second-favourite in the market, listed at $4.80 currently.

In the Phar Lap Stakes, she was completely dominant and put in a massive gap between herself and her rivals. Think she’ll love the 2,000m and she should give the favourite a bit of a run for her money, especially if she isn’t on her A-game come Saturday. For value an Exacta of Orchestral in first and Zardozi in second.

Vinery Stud Stakes Best Roughie - Autumn Angel

With the two front runners, I’ve tried to find some value but I’m going with Autumn Angel, who is currently listed at $7.00 in the market. The daughter of The Autumn Sun could be a great danger for the top two runners if she gets a little bit of luck on her side. 

Not the best value I’ve ever been able to find for the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes, but she is the best chance of running top three I feel out of the rest of the field. Only had seven career stakes, but her Victorian form has been excellent and she put together a great win at Rosehill just last weekend. She just may upset the top runners, but we’ll have to wait and see!

Vinery Stud Stakes Betting Sites

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Vinery Stud Stakes Betting

So, you’re looking to bet on the Vinery Stud Stakes? We’ve got all the information you need about Vinery Stud Stakes betting to make everything as easy as possible for you. If you’re new to this world, it can get a bit confusing because there are so many different betting apps and markets available to bet on.

It is always recommended to stick with what you know and as your knowledge grows, you can expand the markets you bet on. If you want, you can also check out our bookie reviews page which lists and goes into great detail about all the best horse racing betting sites in Australia.

That’s right, we’ve studied all the best Australian betting sites and serve up comprehensive reviews for you to sink your teeth into. After you’ve read enough reviews, you’ll have all the knowledge you need and then can make the best decision on who to bet with come Vinery Stud Stakes time.

One of the things we do recommend is opening multiple bookmaker accounts because it becomes easier to find better odds, betting sites bonuses as well as betting promotions. Different bookies have a slightly different offering and you certainly don’t want to miss out on anything tasty.

Some of the bookies in particular that we think you sure at least check out include; BetGalaxy Volcanobet and PuntersPal. They are some of the best betting apps going around and are known to offer great promotions and odds.

Want more bookie recommendations? All you need to do is scroll up to our “Betting Sites” section! There are so many bookies you can check out there, you’ll surely find the perfect bookie for you.

Vinery Stud Stakes Field

Want to know who lines up for the 2025 Vinery Stud Stakes? Well, you’ve come to the right place, haven’t you! We will provide all the Vinery Stud Stakes field details as soon as they become available during race week.

You can also check out our “Odds” section below. If the odds are available for the Vinery Stud Stakes, they will be displayed. Checking out the odds will show you which runners are currently favoured and most likely to feature in the race. It is important to remember, however, that the odds will be continually changing, so keep your eye on things.

While we wait for the 2025 field to be announced, let’s check out the final field for the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes, which includes several quality fillies! All the details are listed in the table below:

1ORCHESTRAL (NZ)Roger James & Robert WellwoodJames McDonald256kg
2ZARDOZIJames CummingsTom Marquand756kg
3KIMOCHIGary PortelliMs Rachel King656kg
4AUTUMN ANGELPeter G Moody & Katherine ColemanMs Jamie Kah556kg
5TUTTA LA VITAChris WallerNash Rawiller456kg
6QUEEN OF DRAGONSPeter & Paul SnowdenTyler Schiller356kg
7MARE OF MT BULLERChris WallerTommy Berry1056kg
8OUR GOLD HOPERobert & Luke PriceDylan Gibbons (a)156kg
9PIPLUPBrad WiddupJason Collett956kg
10TRUE FAIRYDaiki ChujoNoriyuki Masuda856kg

In the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes, we saw a total of 10 runners line up. In the end, there was just one scratching, Autumn Angel, so there were nine runners that jumped and fought it out for a Group 1 win.

Scratchings do happen from time to time and there are several reasons why. Even in races like the Vinery Stud Stakes where there is a lot of prize money at stake, scratchings still occur. While it is really annoying to find out the horse you bet on is scratched from the race, you will get your stake back, so you live to fight another day!

When it comes to the final field, another key piece of information to look into is the barrier draw. The barrier a runner starts from can have a major impact on race tactics and the end result. Certain barriers are more successful than others as well, so it’s a good idea to check out barrier stats.

Vinery Stud Stakes Form Guide

Ah, the Vinery Stud Stakes form guide! If you love going through pages upon pages of data, then you’ll love doing the form for the Vinery Stud Stakes. If you could think of nothing worse, then you’ve come to the right place!

The team at OnlyRacing love a bit of data and we’ve gone through it all for the Vinery Stud Stakes, pulling out the key pieces of information that will help point you in the right direction of a winner. That’s right, we’ve saved you some time (and your sanity)! So, why don’t we check out all the key form indicators below?

While it is uncommon for a runner to complete the Vinery Stud Stakes and Coolmore Classic/ Kembla Grange Classic double, those are the two ideal lead-up races you should investigate. Look for runners that may not have necessarily won the lead-up race, but showed great improvement and finishing speed. Even looking for runners that just had plain bad luck.

The 2,000m distance can be a challenge for fillies, so make sure you look for a runner who has proven experience around this distance. When it comes to the odds of the winner, it’s been a bit of a mixed bag with both favourites and longshots getting up in recent times. In the last 11 years, seven favourites have won.

The way Rosehill Racecourse is set up at the 2,000m mark, there is a long run into the first turn, which means those who are in a wider barrier have more time to overcome the issue. We’ve seen recently several winners from a wider barrier.

Pre-existing form is key for the Vinery Stud Stakes with seven of the last 14 winners also winning their lead-up race. This includes the likes of Orchestral (2024), Prowess (2023), Hungry Heart (2021), Verry Elleegant (2019), Montoya’s Secret (2017) and Single Gaze (2016).

Vinery Stud Stakes Horses

Over the years, we’ve seen some pretty amazing Vinery Stud Stakes horses win the Group 1. Horses that have accomplished many things throughout their careers. Many of the horses we’ve chosen to feature here have been inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame and have won many other Group 1 races.

While we only have a limited amount of space, we’ve had to make some tough decisions on who gets a spot on our list. If you want to see who has made the cut, just continue reading below. We’ve listed a handful of Vinery Stud Stakes horses to feature:

Research - 1989

Research was certainly an epic racehorse, in fact, she was the only filly to take out the Australian Derby and the Australian Oaks. In 1989, she was named the Australian Champion Racehorse of the Year thanks to the many wins she had that year. Throughout her career, she earned almost $2 million and had a record of 31:9-5-2.

Miss Finland - 2007

Miss Finland had a very successful career which included several Group 1 wins. In the end, she finished her career with almost $5 million in prize money thanks to a record of 26:11-5-1. Most notably, Miss Finland won the 2006 Golden Slipper, but other races she won included; the Memsie Stakes, the Thousand Guineas and the Australian Guineas.

Verry Elleegant - 2019

Verry Elleegant won several races throughout her career including the biggest race of them all, the Melbourne Cup. She had an impressive career record of 36: 16–7–3, which ensured she gained almost $15 million in prize money. Throughout the 2020/ 2021 season, she was named the Australian Racehorse of the Year.

Fangirl - 2022

At the time of writing, Fangirl is still racing and so far she has amassed almost $8 million in prize money. She has a career record of 25: 8-5-3, which includes a win in the 2022 Vinery Stud Stakes. So far, she has won a total of three Group 1s, the other two being the King Charles III Stakes and the Winx Stakes.

Vinery Stud Stakes Odds

When you bet on the Vinery Stud Stakes, you’ll see odds next to all the different markets. The shorter the odds, the more chance the bookie thinks that the bet will be successful. For example, if a runner is listed at $1.80 to win the race, that would almost certainly be the favourite in the race and bookies think they are most likely to win.

You’ll find all the best horse racing betting apps will have heaps of markets available for the Vinery Stud Stakes. So, when it comes to Vinery Stud Stakes odds, it can pay to shop around. You could even try out one of the many different horse racing markets

For the Vinery Stud Stakes specifically, the 2025 odds are not yet available with PlayUp. However, we don’t think it will be too long until they release their Win/ Place market for the race. This means if you want, you should be able to get your early bets on the race.

If you want to bet early, we think this is a good idea because if the market is listed as “Before Noms” you’ll get your stake back if you bet on a runner that doesn’t make the final field. The odds are always changing though, so be sure to keep your eye on the fluctuations.

While we wait for the 2025 Vinery Stud Stakes odds to become available, why don’t you check out the odds that were on offer for the race in 2024, just one day before the event:

Autumn Angel$7.00
Tutta La Vita$15
Queen Of Dragons$34
Mare Of Mt Buller$41
Our Gold Hope$91
True Fairy$201

*Odds correct as of 29/03/2024.

Vinery Stud Stakes History

Let’s take a deeper look at the history of this great race! It doesn’t actually have as long of a history as some of the other races on the Australian racing calendar, but the first running of the Vinery Stud Stakes took place in 1979. The winner of the inaugural Vinery Stud Stakes was Impede.

These days the race is named after the New South Wales-based horse breeding operation, Vinery Stud. Although this wasn’t always the case, the race has been run under many names throughout its history:

  • 1979-1991 - Storm Queen Stakes
  • 1992-2001 -  Ansett Australia Stakes
  • 2002-2008 - Arrowfield Stud Stakes
  • 2009-Present - Vinery Stud Stakes

In terms of the race distance, it has almost always been at 2,000m, except for the first-ever Vinery Stud Stakes, which was run at a distance of 1,900m. It took until 1993 for the Vinery Stud Stakes to hold Group 1 status. In the beginning, the Vinery Stud Stakes was a Principal race and then it was upgraded to Group 2 status between 1980 and 1992.

The Vinery Stud Stakes takes place during the middle of the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival, which just happens to be one of the biggest horse racing carnivals of the year! There are so many other races in the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival and on the entire racing calendar. If you’d like to know more about any of the other races, check out our Group One races list.

Vinery Stud Stakes Results

The question on everyone’s lips - who won the 2025 race? Well, we can’t give you the Vinery Stud Stakes results just yet because the race hasn’t been run and won. But as soon as we know who claimed victory we will provide all the details you’re looking for like the full finishing order and a race replay.

In 2024, the Vinery Stud Stakes was taken out by pre-race favourite, Orchestral. Orchestral had closing speed that ensured victory. She was just 0.63L ahead of second-placed Tutta La Vita and 1.35L ahead of Zardozi, who wrapped up the minor placings.

Between the first and last runner, there was a total of 8.57L and the race was run in a time of 2:03.65. Orchestral was the heavy favourite for the race and saluted nicely for all those who backed her in the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes.

Check out the full finishing order of the runners in the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes below:



Roger James & Robert Wellwood

James McDonald



Chris Waller

Nash Rawiller



56kg (cd 56.5kg)



James Cummings

Tom Marquand




Peter & Paul Snowden

Tyler Schiller




Robert & Luke Price

Dylan Gibbons (a)




Chris Waller

Tommy Berry


Brad Widdup

Jason Collett



Daiki Chujo

Noriyuki Masuda


Gary Portelli

Ms Rachel King



Peter G Moody & Katherine Coleman

Ms Jamie Kah


Vinery Stud Stakes Replay

How good? You’ve seen the full finishing order of the 2024 Vinery Stud Stakes, now it’s time to watch the race replay. You can relive all the action of the 2024 race below:

Vinery Stud Stakes Winners

Each year we see one filly cross the line first and win the Vinery Stud Stakes. The honour roll is pretty epic, to say the least. If you want to know all the recent winners of the Vinery Stud Stakes (up until 2010), then keep reading, we’ve got all the details you’re looking for below:

2021Hungry Heart
2020Shout The Bar
2019Verry Elleegant
2017Montoya's Secret
2016Single Gaze
2014Lucia Valentina
2011Mirjulisa Lass
2010Faint Perfume

Vinery Stud Stakes FAQs

It’s almost time for us to wrap things up, but before we let you go check out our Vinery Stud Stakes FAQs! There are some pretty common questions that people have about this Group 1 race and we have, hopefully, answered them all below:

Where to bet on the Vinery Stud Stakes?

Finding the right place to bet on the Vinery Stud Stakes can sometimes feel like trying to find a needle in a haystack. But never fear, OnlyRacing is here! We’ve gone through all the key bookies in the industry and written an in-depth review of them. This will make choosing the right bookie for you much easier and remember, it’s okay to have multiple bookie accounts as well.

How to bet on the Vinery Stud Stakes?

Betting on the Vinery Stud Stakes shouldn’t be a complicated process, but if you’ve never done it before it can be a little confusing. The best thing for you to do here is check out our bookie reviews page. We have all the details about how to place a bet with each bookie as well as what the recommended markets are.

How to watch the Vinery Stud Stakes?

You’ve got so many options available to you when it comes to watching the Vinery Stud Stakes. Firstly, you can watch the race on a free-to-air channel or even through paid subscription services like Foxtel or Kayo. If those options don’t float your boat, you can also catch the race through a bookie. Some Aussie bookies offer live-streaming services which means you can watch the race if you have an account with them.

When is the Vinery Stud Stakes?

The Vinery Stud Stakes is scheduled for Saturday 29th March 2025 and will be one of two Group 1 races taking place at Rosehill Racecourse on this day.

How long is the Vinery Stud Stakes?

The Vinery Stud Stakes takes place over a distance of 2,000m. The race is usually run in just over 2 minutes and there can sometimes be a bit of a gap between the first and last runners.

Where is the Vinery Stud Stakes?

The Vinery Stud Stakes takes place each year at Rosehill Racecourse in Sydney.

Who won the most recent edition of the Vinery Stud Stakes?

In 2024, we saw Orchestral win the Vinery Stud Stakes. Orchestral was in fact the pre-race favourite and saluted all those favourite backers out there.

What is the prize money for the Vinery Stud Stakes?

Money, money, money! There’s a total of $750,000 on offer for the top finishers in the Vinery Stud Stakes, with the winner claiming the lion’s share.

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