Queen Anne Stakes Betting Tips - MyRacing
Date:
19/06/2018
Distance:
1m
Going:
Good to Firm (Good in places)
Runners:
15
Type:
Flat
Surface:
Turf

Queen Anne Stakes tips and betting preview. The Queen Anne is the first race of Royal Ascot and has seen many star milers etch their names into the history books over the years. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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15 (14) Rhododendron 11/4 11/4 NA NA 11/4 NA NA
3 (7) Benbatl 4/1 9/2 NA NA 4/1 NA NA
10 (1) Recoletos 5/1 5/1 NA NA 5/1 NA NA
6 (5) Lightning Spear 7/1 8/1 NA NA 8/1 NA NA
5 (10) Deauville 14/1 14/1 NA NA 14/1 NA NA
13 (13) Yoshida 14/1 14/1 NA NA 14/1 NA NA
2 (11) Beat The Bank 16/1 16/1 NA NA 16/1 NA NA
7 (3) Limato 14/1 16/1 NA NA 16/1 NA NA
12 (2) Suedois 20/1 18/1 NA NA 18/1 NA NA
8 (6) Lord Glitters 20/1 22/1 NA NA 22/1 NA NA
14 (15) Zonderland 33/1 25/1 NA NA 25/1 NA NA
1 (4) Accidental Agent 33/1 25/1 NA NA 25/1 NA NA
11 (8) So Beloved 33/1 40/1 NA NA 40/1 NA NA
4 (12) Century Dream 20/1 40/1 NA NA 40/1 NA NA
9 (9) Oh This Is Us 50/1 33/1 NA NA 33/1 NA NA

This famous opener to Royal Ascot was won last year by the excellent Ribchester and owners Godolphin look to have another live chance this year with Saeed Bin Suroor’s globetrotting Benbatl. He was a classy three-year-old with plenty of good form in top races but took his career to the next level in Meydan where he recorded his first Group 1 success when slamming fourteen rivals to beat Vivlos in the Dubai Turf. His form from last year would entitle him to a level of respect anyway but he looks to have improved no end as a four-year-old and is clearly a very smart type, so he has to be on the shortlist.

Flying up the ante-post market after a classy run at Newbury on her latest start, Aidan O’Brien’s main challenger for the contest looks to be Rhododendron. Second to Enable in the 2017 Oaks, she was on the rise for much of last season, highlighting her campaign with a Group 1 win in France. Although a shade disappointing on two runs thereafter, she was right back to form with a win in the Group 1 Lockinge at Newbury in May. There were question marks about her dropping to the mile, with all her best form over further, but with a strong pace to aim at she had plenty to offer in the finish. With a similar scenario likely here, this ground versatile filly is unlikely to be far away, especially with the weight allowance in mind.

Beaten a short-head in the Lockinge on his latest start, it’s very difficult to rule out David Simcock’s Lightening Spear, even if he’s now a seven-year-old. He’s clearly a horse with plenty of ability, as proven by his narrow defeat in Newbury’s showpiece event in May, but his form at the top level in recent seasons has been very inconsistent. He was well beaten in the Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Meeting twelve months ago and although he’s surely capable of better, he’s never been one who can be trusted implicitly. Firmer ground is needed for him to be winning in the toughest races and perhaps at this stage of his career, he’s vulnerable to some fresher legs.

A horse on the rise, the progressive Addeybb isn’t one to give up on just yet. He backed up a devastating performance in the Lincoln Handicap on return when winning the bet365 Mile at Sandown in May, scoring very handsomely. He was below par in the Lockinge at Newbury on his latest start, but he clearly hated the firmer ground and that effort can be excused somewhat. He does still need to prove himself at this level though and with his best form coming with cut in the surface, he does have a very small optimal window to work from. He’s improving and that’s a positive, but he does have more to prove than most.

The French usually have a strong hand in this contest and this year is no different with Recoletos likely to take his place for the Laffon-Parias yard. He has previously ventured across the Channel to Ascot, finishing fourth in the Champion Stakes last October, close-up with the likes of Poet’s Word and Highland Reel. He has won both his starts this year, winning a Group 2 at Saint-Cloud before a very comfortable Group 1 success at Longchamp in May. The form of that race looks rock solid and he’s certainly a horse on the up. That said, all his best form has come on a softer surface and he’d need the pace to collapse over the mile distance given his best form has come over further. With rain far from guaranteed, he’s not a straightforward type to be backing at this early stage.


Beat The Bank silk
Beat The Bank
J: Jim Crowley T: Andrew Balding
Deauville  silk
Deauville
J: Donnacha O'Brien T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Recoletos  silk
Recoletos
J: Olivier Peslier T: C. Laffon-Parias, France
So Beloved silk
So Beloved
J: Phillip Makin T: David O'Meara
Zonderland silk
Zonderland
J: Adam Kirby T: Clive Cox
Suedois  silk
Suedois
J: Daniel Tudhope T: David O'Meara
Oh This Is Us  silk
Oh This Is Us
J: Tom Marquand T: Richard Hannon
Benbatl silk
Benbatl
J: Christophe Soumillon T: Saeed bin Suroor
Accidental Agent silk
Accidental Agent
J: Charles Bishop T: Eve Johnson Houghton
Yoshida  silk
Yoshida
J: Jose L. Ortiz T: William I. Mott, USA
Lord Glitters  silk
Lord Glitters
J: Jamie Spencer T: David O'Meara
Limato  silk
Limato
J: James Doyle T: Henry Candy
Lightning Spear silk
Lightning Spear
J: Oisin Murphy T: David Simcock
Rhododendron  silk
Rhododendron
J: Ryan Moore T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Century Dream  silk
Century Dream
J: William Buick T: Simon Crisford

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