EPSOM OAKS 1811
The 33rd Oaks Stakes took place on Friday 31st May 1811 and was won by Sorcery (3/1), by Sorcerer out of Cobbea trained by R Dixon Boyce, who won by a length. The winner won £1,207 (Equivalent to £87,000 in 2017) and there were 12 runners.
Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
SORCERY Sam Chifney Junior R Dixon Boyce 5th Duke of Rutland 3/1
UNNAMED FILLY BY YOUNG EAGLE     Sir F Standish 5/1
ARQUEBUSADE     Mr Charlton 25/1
CIRCE     Sir J Shelley 6/1
STINGTAIL     Mr Craven 12/1
UNNAMED FILLY BY DICK ANDREWS     General Gower 25/1
BARROSA     Lord Grosvenor 6/1
MILONIA     Lord Derby 12/1
PHILADELPHIA     Mr Dundas 25/1
UNNAMED SISTER TO TRIMBUSH     Mr Durand 25/1
SPRIGHTLY     Mr Blake 8/1
ATLANTA     Mr Forth 25/1
Note that only horses priced at 12/1 or better were recorded, all others have been allocated 25/1 Over Round 116%
For further information on this Classic race 'The Oaks Stakes' by Michael Church provides a comprehensive history of the great race. It is a limited edition volume, limited to 650 copies, and is available from Amazon ISBN 1910498289