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Queen Anne Stakes Betting
The racing at Royal Ascot is a key fixture in the racing calendars of many UK horse racing punters, and the opening day of racing features many Group 1 races, which attract punters who are looking to get their week off to a strong start. One of the key feature races alongside the St James's Palace Stakes, and one which also opens Royal Ascot, is the Queen Anne Stakes. Starting the meeting with a bang, this Group One race gives trainers and jockeys the chance to get a win on the board right from the off and also offers punters the chance to potentially win an early bet.
2023 Queen Anne Stakes Betting Odds
Before the Queen Anne Stakes gets underway, Bet UK will have all of the betting odds available for the race at Ascot Racecourse. These will include the market leaders and long-shot chances, and once the horse racing betting odds have been confirmed, the markets will update to reflect that. However, if you prefer to browse the ante-post markets for the royal ascot races, we'll have all the information so you can place your win or each-way bets days before the horses head to post. Remember, within our selections, there is also the chance to win place forecast bets alongside the usual win and each-way alternative.
Queen Anne Stakes Betting Tips
Alongside the betting odds for the Queen Anne Stakes, Bet UK will also have betting tips for the first race of the festival and the complete day one Royal Ascot races. These will include a detailed analysis of trends and the available runners, so you can make your selections accordingly.
About The Queen Anne Stakes
Established in 1840, the Queen Anne Stakes is one of the oldest races to take place at Ascot Racecourse and has become a key part of Royal Ascot history. Originally called the Trial Stakes, this race was renamed in 1930 and was first classed as a group race in 1970. Promoted to Group 1 status in 2003, the race is now open to horses aged four years and older, and all the runners who take part in the race will run over a distance of one mile. When it comes to horses who have won this race on multiple occasions, there are some. However, that feat has not been repeated since 1907. In the more recent renewals, many notable horses have managed to land a win, including Baaeed, Palace Pier and Ribchester. If you prefer to follow the leading jockey as your betting preference, it's Frankie Dettori, who is the most successful jockey in this race with seven wins. This is the same number for the leading trainer Saeed bin Suroor, who also has the most winners in this contest, with 7.
Previous Winners of The Queen Anne Stakes
2022 - Baaeed 2021 - Palace Pier 2020 - Circus Maximus 2019 - Lord Glitters 2018 - Accidental Agent
Queen Anne Stakes Betting Trends
Before placing bets on any of the races at the Royal Ascot meeting, including the Queen Anne Stakes, it's important to look at the key betting trends that can influence your selections, especially if the race is categorised as a Group 1.
We've selected some of the key pieces of info you can follow below as the race approaches in June 2023.
- Nine of the last twelve winners had been aged four years old
- Seven of the last twelve winners of this race have started as favourite, with ten winners also being in the top three positions in the betting market.
- The Lockinge Stakes at Newbury is a key trial for the Queen Anne Stakes
Queen Anne Stakes FAQS
When does the Queen Anne Stakes take place?
This feature taking place at Royal Ascot happens on the opening day (Tuesday) and will be the opening race of the meeting.
What is the distance of the race?
This Group One contest will take place across a distance of one mile.
What is the prize money for the Queen Anne Stakes?
The prize money on offer within this race is approximately £600,000.