Market Leaders in Paddy Power Classic Betting

*All prices are up to date with our stylish widgets, while copy odds are accurate at time of publication but subject to change

The Epsom Oaks is the third Classic of this season as the fillies battle it out on the first day of the Epsom Festival.

Snowfall won last year’s renewal and this year’s winner will take home the top prize of £311,905 on offer.

But who wins this year Epsom Oaks? Here are Paddy’s favorites for the three-year-old fillies showdown.


At John & Thady Gosden Emily Upjohn is clearly Paddy’s favorite in the Epsom Oaks market. She rode the Musidora Stakes at York in May, beating Life Of Dreams by 5 1/2 lengths. She seems the one to beat.

Stablemate of Emily Upjohn Nashwa is also near the top of bets. She won her two races this season at Haydock and Newbury. John Gosden is hoping for his fourth win at Oaks with one from Emily Upjohn and Nashwa.

Concert hall could be Aidan O’Brien’s best prospect in the Oaks this year. She beat Magical Lagoon in the Salsabil Stakes at Navan in April before finishing second to Homeless Songs and Tuesday in the Irish 1,000 Guineas in May. It goes to 1m4f for the first time.

Aidan O’Brien has also Tuesday, who has impressed this season. She won a Fillies Maiden at Naas in March and backed that up by finishing third in the 1000 Guineas Stakes behind Cachet. His last run was in the Irish 1,000 Guineas behind Homeless Songs at the Curragh. Its price has gone down.

With the moonlight is Godolphin and Charlie Appleby’s main chance and his price has been reduced after dominating the Pretty Polly Stakes at Newmarket in May.

quiet lady was named as the Oaks candidate following her victory in the Blue Wind Stakes at Naas in May. She beat Lily Pond by 4 liters that day. She also finished fourth behind Concert Hall in the Salsabil Stakes at Navan in April.

Millenium rogue won both races this season. His first came in a Novice Stakes at Wetherby and his most recent success was in the Oaks Trial Fillies’ Stakes at Lingfield.

Thoughts of JuneThe form of has been linked to Above The Curve this season. She was beaten by 2 3/4 lengths at Leopardstown in April before getting revenge and winning at the Cheshire Oaks in Chester in May. Above The Curve liberated form with their victory in the Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary at Longchamp at the end of May.

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