The 146th Oaks Stakes took place on Friday 6th June 1924 and was won by Straitlace (100/30), by Son-in-Law out of Stolen Kiss, owned by Sir Edward Hulton, trained by Dawson Waugh, bred by Lady Sykes and ridden by Frank O'Neill, who won by 2 lengths in 2 mins 47.00 secs. The winner won £8,645 (Equivalent to £480,000 in 2017) and there were 12 runners.


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
STRAITLACE Frank O'Neill Dawson Waugh Sir Edward Hulton 100/30
PLACK Charlie Elliott Jack Jarvis Lord Rosebery 11/10
MINK Bobby Jones Cottrill Mrs S Whitburn 14/1
CHARLEY'S MOUNT G Hulme R Dawson HH Aga Khan 25/1
NEIGEUSE Vic Smyth Alec Taylor Mr M Goodchaux 11/1
MAID OF BATH Frank Bullock Alec Taylor Lady James Douglas 100/8
ADMIRED Joe Childs Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort Lady Nunburnholme 20/1
FINGER PRINT Harry Wragg Cottrill Mr C W S Whitburn 33/1
TUSCAR ROCK G Archibald Peter Gilpin Lord Woolavington 25/1
MADEMOISELLE M H Beasley Duller Major J B Paget 33/1
AMETHYSTINE Michael Beary Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort Lady Nunburnholme 33/1
MANSOURIYAH A Esling Crawford Mr M Gocuidas 33/1
      Over Round 121%
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