Ladbrokes Tip: The Concorde Stakes is a good early lead-up into the $15 million The Everest.
The Concorde Stakes is a popular Group 3 short-distance sprint contested at Royal Randwick on Chelmsford Stakes Day in early September each Sydney Spring Racing Carnival.
The set weights plus penalties showdown offers $160,000 in prize money and has been run and won since 1990.
The Concorde Stakes now serves as a potential lead-up into the world’s richest turf race, the $15 million The Everest (1200m) taking place at the same track in October.
In 2017 and 2018 the champion Redzel completed the Concorde Stakes – The Everest double twice on the trot and returned in 2019 to become a three-time Concorde Stakes hero.
In 2020 the Concorde Stakes winner Gytrash ran a next-up third in that year’s The Everest results before taking out Rosehill’s $1 million Winners Stakes.
The 2021 Concorde Stakes winner Nature Strip finally saluted as the odds-on favourite in the event at his third attempt.
The latest edition of the Concorde Stakes took place on Saturday September 4th, 2021 and was won by Chris Waller’s $8 million earner Nature Strip.
2021 ConcordeStakes Results
The official Concorde Stakes 2021 results and full finishing order of The Everest lead-up will be updated below once the race takes place on 2021 at Randwick.
- 1st: #1 Nature Strip
- 2nd: #3 Wild Ruler
- 3rd: #4 Trekking
The Chris Waller-trained Nature Strip ($1.50) was finally able to salute in the Concorde Stakes 2021 results at his third attempt in a lovely first-up performance by the champion ahead of his third shot at the $15 million The Everest race.
Concorde Stakes Race Info
- Date: Saturday September 4th, 2021
- Track: Royal Randwick Racecourse
- Distance: 1000m
- Conditions: 3YO Fillies – Set Weights
- Status: Group 2
- Prize Money: $160,000
- First Run: 1990
Concorde Stakes Betting
Concorde Stakes betting markets are dominated by short-distance specialists with strong form over the 1000 – 1100m distance range.
Previous Group 1 winners or graduates from the previous season’s The Everest race also sit high up the Concorde Stakes odds, as do in-form sprinters with a good strike-rate at Randwick.
Horses that ran well in the previous year’s Concorde Stakes are also usually kept safe in betting with returning runners boasting a strong record in the race in the past few years including the three-peat of Redzel (2017-19).
In 2021 Nature Strip ($1.50) became the latest favourite in Concorde Stakes betting to salute having twice been beaten in the race.
2021 Concorde Stakes Odds
The season’s top Concorde Stakes odds will be available right here as soon as betting on the Group 2 The Shorts and The Everest lead-up opens.
Early market betting odds on the 2022 Concorde Stakes will be displayed below once available. Odds are subject to fluctuation. For current odds on all of our live markets, please visit ladbrokes.com.au.
Concorde Stakes Field
The Concorde Stakes field attracts a class line-up of sprint stars, many of which will have past form in tougher races.
Group 1 performers heading towards the bigger spring sprints including the $15 million The Everest in October often kick off their campaigns in the Concorde Stakes field.
Concorde Stakes nominations close on the Monday before the race with the field and barrier draw out on the Wednesday.
2021 Concorde Stakes Field
The official Concorde Stakes 2021 Final Field & Barriers are released by Racing NSW the Wednesday leading-up to Chelmsford Stakes Day, the full line-up to be published below.
Nature Strip headlines the 2021 Concorde Stakes field on Saturday, Chris Waller’s $8 million earner kicking off another The Everest bid as the odds-on favourite first-up.
- Scratched: #5 Wisdom Of Water (5)
2021 Concorde Stakes Nominations
The early Concorde Stakes 2021 Nominations close the Monday of race week.
Concorde Stakes Tips
Looking for short-distance stars that have winning form over the 1000m distance, first-up runners with a strong record fresh and Group 1 winners kicking off their spring campaigns make the best Concorde Stakes tips.
Backing runners under $10 in the markets, horses that ran in the previous season’s The Everest and returning Concorde Stakes performers are also worth including in your best bets.
2021 Concorde Stakes Tips
Our insider Concorde Stakes 2021 best bet will be published below the week of the race so stay tuned!
- To Win: #3 Wild Ruler ($5 at time of publish)
Yes, Nature Strip is in the race, yes we’re betting against the odds-on $8 million earner. Wild Ruler is four-from-four at Randwick and better weighted for this. Nature Strip has a habit of being beaten odds-on and better price offered on Team Snowden’s first-up specialist. Form around Eduardo from the winter and can run a good race fresh.
Concorde Stakes Form Guide
For all the information needed to place a bet on the Concorde Stakes, the form guide is what to consult as it lists everything from the jockeys and trainers to the lead-up form of the sprinters in the race.
Checking the Concorde Stakes form guide for runners proven at the short 1000m distance, past Randwick winners and first-up runners are all important factors.
2021 Concorde Stakes Form Guide
A link to our insider Concorde Stakes 2021 Form Guide will be provided for punters below the week of the race.
Concorde Stakes Results
The Concorde Stakes results have been dominated by classy Group 1 horses including Nature Strip (2021), Gytrash (2020), three-time hero Redzel (2017-19), Tiger Tees (2012) and Reward For Effort (2010).
Concorde Stakes Winners
|2021||NATURE STRIP||Chris Waller||James McDonald||60.5kg||1000m||0:56.66|
|2020||GYTRASH||Gordon Richards||Jason Collett||60kg||1000m||0:55.81|
|2019||REDZEL||Peter & Paul Snowden||Kerrin McEvoy||60kg||1000 m||0:56.28|
|2018||REDZEL||Peter & Paul Snowden||Kerrin McEvoy||60.5kg||1000 m||0:56.19|
|2017||REDZEL||Peter & Paul Snowden||Kerrin McEvoy||60kg||1000 m||0:56.23|
|2016||FELINES||Kris Lees||Jason Collett||54kg||1000 m||0:59.33|
|2015||SHIRAZ||Tony McEvoy||Hugh Bowman||58kg||1000 m||0:57.72|
|2014||WOULDNT IT BE NICE||Paul Perry||Sam Clipperton||56kg||1000 m||0:59.43|
|2013||DECISION TIME||Clarry Conners||Blake Shinn||59kg||1000 m||0:56.09|
|2012||TIGER TEES(NZ)||Joseph Pride||Peter Robl||58kg||1100 m||1:04.13|
|2011||DECISION TIME||Clarry Conners||Corey Brown||58kg||1100 m||1:02.80|
|2010||REWARD FOR EFFORT||Peter G Moody||Nash Rawiller||56.5kg||1100 m||1:03.38|
|2009||FRIDAY CREEK||Anne-Maree Robinson||Peter Robl||53kg||1100 m||1:03.82|
|2008||TYPHOON ZED||Tim Martin||Corey Brown||58kg||1100 m||1:03.45|
|2007||RACE NOT HELD|
|2006||MUSTARD||John McNair||Darren Beadman||54.5kg||1100 m||1:03.53|
|2005||RED OOG||Joseph Pride||Hugh Bowman||57.5kg||1100 m||1:03.96|
|2004||TAIKUN||Bart Cummings||Darren Beadman||56.5kg||1100 m||1:02.76|
|2003||PRIVATE STEER||John O’Shea||Glen Boss||57kg||1100 m||1:04.19|
|2002||FOUARDEE||Jim Lee||Chris Munce||56kg||1100 m||1:02.76|
|2001||PHOENIX PARK||Gai Waterhouse||Brian York||54.5kg||1100 m||1:03.21|
|2000||CONDOTTI||Gai Waterhouse||Brian York||52kg||1100 m||1:04.08|
|1999||GUINEAS||John Hawkes||John Marshall||57.5kg||1100 m||1:03.85|