Vinery Stud Stakes 2021

Saturday April 3, 2021

Ladbrokes Tip: Many Vinery Stud Stakes winners come via a run in the Coolmore Classic at the same track

The Vinery Stud Stakes is one of two elite level Group 1 feature races run at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse on Tancred Stakes Day in late March (early April 2021) each Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival. While racing on the card is headlined by the $1.5 million Group 1 Tancred Stakes (2400m) for the stayers, the Vinery Stud Stakes also attracts a class field of three-year-old fillies every year.

Contested over 2000m the fillies-only feature offers $500,000 in total prize money and is run at set weights with all the hopefuls in the Vinery Stud Stakes field carrying 56kg. The traditional lead-up race to the Vinery Stud Stakes is the Group 1 Coolmore Classic (1500m) run over the same track a fortnight earlier.

The Vinery Stud Stakes winner is exempt from ballot for the Group 1 ATC Oaks (2400m) during Sydney’s The Championships the following month. Verry Elleegant (2019) was the last filly to complete the Vinery Stud Stakes – ATC Oaks double.

The latest edition of the Vinery Stud Stakes ran on Saturday April 3, 2021 and was won by the Chris Waller-trained Hungry Heart.  

Vinery Stud Stakes Race Info

  • Date: Saturday April 3, 2021
  • Track: Rosehill Racecourse
  • Distance: 2000m
  • Conditions: 3YO Fillies – Set Weights
  • Status: Group 1
  • Prize Money: $500,000
  • First Run: 1979
 

2021 Vinery Stud Stakes Results

The Vinery Stud Stakes Results 2021 and exact finishing order will be known on Saturday April 3, 2021 and available below.

  • 1st: #3 Hungry Heart
  • 2nd: #2 Harmony Rose
  • 3rd: #8 Impecunious

The Chris Waller-trained Hungry Heart backed-up from her Group 2 Phar Lap Stakes win to run down the favourite Harmony Rose in a thrilling late Vinery Stud Stakes 2021 result on Tancred Stakes Day. 

Vinery Stud Stakes Betting & Odds

Vinery Stud Stakes betting markets rarely favour last start winners as just five have saluted in the race since 2006 most recently Verry Elleegant (2019).

Favourites in the Vinery Stud Stakes odds have a poor recent record with Phar Lap Stakes winner Verry Elleegant ($2.10 in 2019) and Norzita ($3 in 2013) who came off a third in the Coolmore Classic the latest to salute for the punters.

The Coolmore Classic is often a strong Vinery Stud Stakes betting guide.

Roughies in betting have saluted a number of times in the past decade also however including Shout The Bar ($15 in 2020), Hiyaam ($12 in 2018), Montoya’s Secret ($14 in 2017) and Fenway ($21 in 2015) so often following the order of the Vinery Stud Stakes odds isn’t the best guide.

2021 Vinery Stud Stakes Odds

The best Vinery Stud Stakes 2021 odds and betting markets will be available below for punters to check out the Ladbrokes’ markets and access the hottest autumn prices on the ATC Oaks hopes in the traditional lead-up run this season.

Vinery Stud Stakes 2021 ODDS

Early market betting odds on the 2021 Vinery Stud Stakes will be displayed below once available. Odds are subject to fluctuation. For current odds on all of our live markets, please visit ladbrokes.com.au.


Vinery Stud Stakes Tips

Vinery Stud Stakes tips are mostly led by fillies coming off a Coolmore Classic run however winning that lead-up doesn’t make them the best one to back. Fillies showing a potential to stay over more distance that have proven Group 1 form are better Vinery Stud Stakes tips.

Wide barrier draws haven’t been a real hoodoo with five winners jumping from barriers 10 or 11 since 2008 so don’t avoid the widely drawn fillies in the Vinery Stud Stakes betting odds.

2021 Vinery Stud Stakes Tips

The insider Ladbrokes’ Vinery Stud Stakes 2021 betting tips online will be detailed below a couple of days out from the Tancred Stakes Day support race so bookmark this page to see the fillies to back and sack in the Group 1 clash.

  • To Win: #1 Personal ($6.50 at time of publish) 

Lovely edition of the Vinery and going for a touch of value in proven Group 1 winner Personal who gets up to 2000m to suit here. The ultra-consistent Fastnet Rock filly doesn’t know how to run a bad race and chases her first victory since the VRC Oaks last spring. She presents fit third-up here off two good lead-up runs at Flemington. She brings that Melbourne form north now to take on the Sydney fillies and stands a strong chance of returning to winning form. 

Vinery Stud Stakes Field

The Vinery Stud Stakes field attracts the season’s best three-year-old fillies displaying potential to stay the 2000m distance of the classic or further.

Vinery Stud Stakes odds favoured the 2013 winner Norzita

Norzita (2013) was the last favourite in Vinery Stud Stakes betting to salute for the punters. Photo: Steve Hart.

Previously known as the Storm Queen Stakes, the Vinery Stud Stakes field twice attracted just seven runners in the past decade in 2007 and 2012. Usually at least 11 fillies face off in the race and the last time it ran at its 16-starter capacity was in 2014 when Lucia Valentina won as an $9 chance in Vinery Stud Stakes betting.

The majority of the fillies come into the race via the Group 1 Coolmore Classic (1500m) held two weeks earlier at Rosehill, however it is not a commonly achieved double.

2021 Vinery Stud Stakes Field & Barriers

The official Vinery Stud Stakes Field 2021 and barrier draw will be released below once announced by Racing NSW on the Wednesday of race week so stay tuned to see what fillies make the cut.

The 2021 Vinery Stud Stakes final field features 10 smart fillies including last year’s VRC Oaks winner Personal, last start Phar Lap Stakes champion Hungry Heart and the Randwick Guineas third placed Harmony Rose

2021 Vinery Stud Stakes Nominations

The early Vinery Stud Stakes 2021 nominations close the Monday of race week with the full list of potential runners to be published below.

The 2021 Vinery Stud Stakes nominations drew 16 smart fillies including Montefilia who ran third in the Rosehill Guineas against the boys last weekend and Chris Waller’s highly-rated Frankel filly Hungry Heart

  Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Ballot Weight True Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 0x52221x23 PERSONAL F 3 Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes 1 56kg     106
2 x314113x63 MONTEFILIA F 3 David Payne 2 56kg     106
3 5x2227x781 HUNGRY HEART F 3 Chris Waller 3 56kg     92
4 x21134x432 ELIZABEEL F 3 John Sargent 4 56kg     86
5 x176644x01 MIRAVALLE F 3 Mark Newnham 5 56kg     86
6 2x55286x31 STARELLE F 3 Danny O’Brien 6 56kg     90
7 112×13 HARMONY ROSE F 3 Mark Newnham 7 56kg     94
8 x2150x4572 LOVE SENSATION F 3 Kevin Corstens 8 56kg     73
9 61111 FORCE OF WILL (NZ) F 3 Lance O’Sullivan & Andrew Scott 9 56kg     84
10 3x1x1x43 IMPECUNIOUS (NZ) F 3 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 10 56kg     78
11 521163 FLEXIBLE F 3 James Cummings 11 56kg     72
12 25×1282 DUAIS F 3 Edward Cummings 12 56kg     65
13 21×36 BROOKSPIRE F 3 Chris Waller 13 56kg     65
14 06×992140 KARAUNA F 3 Anthony Cummings 14 56kg     56
15 4×1 PRINCESS RHAENYS F 3 Peter G Moody 15 56kg     60
16 54 SASSYSAV (NZ) F 3 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 16 56kg      

Table Credit: Racing Australia. 

Vinery Stud Stakes Form Guide

The Vinery Stud Stakes form guides reveals the jockeys, trainers, barrier draw and lead-up form of all the fillies in the field.

Looking for fillies whose lead-up form is in the Coolmore Classic and that are proven over the distance are great tips when it comes to Vinery Stud Stakes betting.

There is a long run to the first turn at Rosehill Gardens so a wide barrier for a filly in the Vinery Stud Stakes form guide isn’t a reason to rule them out for the win and seven winners have jumped from barrier 10 since 1983.

Vinery Stud Stakes Form Facts

  • Just five last-start winners have won the Vinery Stud Stakes in the past decade including Hungry Heart (2021), Verry Elleegant (2019), Montoya’s Secret (2017) and Single Gaze (2016)
  • Upset Vinery Stud Stakes results are as common as the favourites saluting in recent years making it a mixed bag for punters doing the Group 1 autumn racing form
  • Wide Vinery Stud Stakes barriers have produced plenty of winners including Fenway (11 of 14 in 2015)

2021 Vinery Stud Stakes Form Guide

A link to our comprehensive Vinery Stud Stakes 2021 Form Guide will be provided for punters below the week of the race.

Vinery Stud Stakes Results

Vinery Stud Stakes results over the past decade or so are mixed with six favourites saluting from 2006 – 2021, but also a number of long priced winners scoring an upset.

The longest priced Vinery Stud Stakes winners in that time were Fenway ($21 in 2015) and Mirjulisa Lass ($51 in 2011) the year Brazilian Pulse (3rd) jumped favourite.

Notable recent Vinery Stud Stakes winners include Verry Elleegant (2019), Lucia Valentina (2014), Mosheen (2012), Faint Perfume (2010) and Miss Finland (2007).

Vinery Stud Stakes Winners

Year Winner 2nd 3rd Time
2021 Hungry Heart Harmony  Rose Impecunious 2:02.0
2020 Shout The Bar Probabeel Nudge 2:08.2
2019 Verry Elleegant Frankely Awesome Aristia 2:08.9
2018 Hiyaam Unforgotten Aloisia 2:03.5
2017 Montoya’s Secret Nurse Kitchen Harlow Gold 2:09.7
2016 Single Gaze Valley Girl Happy Hannah 2:03.3
2015 Fenway First Seal Thunder Lady 2:03.2
2014 Lucia Valentina Solicit Forever Loved 2:07.0
2013 Norzita Longport Habibi 2:06.1
2012 Mosheen Streama Aliyana Tilde 2:02.3
2011 Mirjulisa Lass Fibrillation Brazilian Pulse 2:03.4
2010 Faint Perfume Valdemoro Absolute Faith 2:02.5
2009 Purple Gold Water Gallica 2:07.0
2008 Heavenly Glow Galileo’s Daughter Pentura 2:09.2
2007 Miss Finland Banc De Fortune Just Dancing 2:03.8
2006 Serenade Rose Beauty Watch Flora Danica 2:01.3
2005 Hollow Bullet Lotteria She’s Justa Tad 2:00.5
2004 Special Harmony Shamekha Ike’s Dream 2:01.8
2003 Shower Of Roses Bramble Rose Rasberry Ripple 2:04.4
2002 Sixty Seconds Hosannah Quays 2:00.1
2001 Tempest Mom Rose Archway Calm Smytzer 2:02.9
2000 Hill Of Grace Kirkstall Lane Miss Zoe 2:02.4