Royal Ascot Queen’s Vase Betting Odds

As part of Day 2 at the Royal Ascot races, the Queen’s Vase is a Group 2 flat race run over one mile and six furlongs. As we get closer to race day, the Queens Vase odds will be updated if any runners are dropped from the race or the odds are adjusted for each of those participating.

The race itself is one of the more historic races from the pick of events, having been established in 1838, and it is typically contested by runners aged three years and older.

Queen’s Vase Tips

In the build-up to the race day, you can apply general betting tips to help decide which selections you would like to pick for the Queen’s Vase. Tips can’t guarantee a successful runner, but you can make more informed decisions when considering the form of trainers, jockeys and horses from previous runs of the Queen’s Vase.

Before you make your selection, you may also wish to look at the weather conditions for the day that the Queen’s Vase is taking place, as this can influence how the runners will perform.

Queen’s Vase Previous Winners

With a rich history of races, the Queen’s Vase has plenty of runners to look back on. The previous 10 ten years can signal who the most successful runners have been, including the best trainers to succeed on this race track. Below you can find a list of recent winners that have achieved success at the Queen’s Vase in the last 11 runs:

2022 - Eldar Eldarov trained by Roger Varian

2021 - Kemari trained by Charlie Appleby

2020 - Santiago trained by A P O’Brien

2019 - Dashing Willoughby trained by Andrew Balding

2018 - Kew Gardens trained by A P O’Brien

2017 - Stradivarius trained by John Gosden

2016 - Sword Fighter trained by A P O’Brien

2015 - Aloft trained by A P O’Brien

2014 - Hartnell trained by Mark Johnston

2013 - Leading Light trained by A P O’Brien

2012 - Estimate trained by Sir Michael Stoute

Race Trends

Race trends cover the standout statistics from the historical runs of the Queen’s Vase to get an idea of the likely favourites.

When looking at the previous 11 races, Aidan O’’Brien is the standout trainer in the Queen’s Vase, with his runners winning five renewals. Of all the trainers, the most success comes from those in Ireland, which means they will potentially top the betting odds.

Jockey Ryan Moore has shared some of this success with Aidan O'Brien, winning three of those races for the trainer.

Queen’s Vase Information

With the race developing over recent years, the Queen’s Vase has become an anticipated event in the Royal Ascot calendar, and several notable winners include Santiago, Stradivarius and Hartnell. This adds to the success of the trainer, Aidan O’Brien, whose runners have dominated the race of late.

In 2012, Estimate, the Queen’s runner, went on to win at Royal Ascot, which made for a great win in the recent history of the race.

From the entirety of the race's history, Sir Henry Cecil is the leading trainer with eight winners.

Queen’s Vase FAQs

What is the Queen’s Vase race?

The Queen’s Vase is a flat Group 2 race that is open to horses of three years. Taking place on the 2nd day of Royal Ascot, the Queen’s Vase has become a notable event in the racing calendar.

When is the Queen's Vase?

Day 2 of the Royal Ascot will include the Queen's Vase, which will begin at 15:05 on the 21st June 2023.

How does the Queen's Vase betting work?

Ahead of the race getting underway, you can view the odds for each runner expected to participate. If you decide to place a bet on a horse that doesn't run, your bet will be returned. Many punters opt for betting ahead with horse racing as the odds can change as we get nearer to race day.

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