I'll 4th that - Ash.
I haven't used it for some time but the look is quite distinctive I think.
BTW, red oak is quite ring porous such that you can see the large pores by eye in end grain. Makes red oak a great bending wood for windsor chair parts, etc. The leaves of red oak are pointy (think "pointy = draws red blood"). White oak leaves are rounded.
White oak is considerably less porous and harder to steam bend.