Ladbrokes Tip: Last start winners have an excellent recent record in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes results
The Queen Of The Turf Stakes runs on the second Saturday of April* as part of the elite racing action of the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival and is currently known as the Coolmore Legacy Stakes. The Group 1 race for fillies and mares is held on Day 2 of The Championships at Royal Randwick Racecourse and runs alongside the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Sydney Cup and Australian Oaks.
*In 2021 the Queen Of The Turf Stakes ran on the third Saturday of April with all race meetings of the autumn in Sydney from Slipper Day onwards postponed a week due to the weather.
Contested over 1600m the mile classic was run over 1500m up until 2014. It has been conducted under weight-for-age conditions since 2005 and offers a total of $1 million in prize money including $600,000 for the Queen Of The Turf Stakes winner.
For 2020 the Queen Of The Turf Stakes (run as the Coolmore Legacy Stakes) prizemoney was down to $500,000 due to the Coronavirus outbreak with $287,000 going to the winner, with stakes boosted back to $1 million in 2021.
Winners of the Coolmore Classic and Emancipation Stakes are exempt from Queen Of The Turf Stakes ballot and have provided the majority of winners in the past decade or so.
The last female galloper to complete the Coolmore Classic – Queen Of The Turf Stakes double was Con Te Partiro (2020) – the first since Appearance (2013).
The next edition of the Queen Of The Turf Stakes takes place on Saturday April 9, 2022 as the Coolmore Legacy Stakes.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Race Info
- Current Race Name: Coolmore Legacy Stakes
- Date: Saturday April 9, 2022
- Track: Royal Randwick Racecourse
- Distance: 1600m
- Conditions: Weight-for-age – Fillies & Mares
- Status: Group 1
- Prize Money: $1 million
- First Run: 1972
2022 Queen Of The Turf Results
The Queen Of The Turf Stakes 2022 results and finishing order will be known on Saturday April 9, 2022 and released below.
- 1st: TBD
- 2nd: TBD
- 3rd: TBD
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Betting
Queen Of The Turf Stakes betting is traditionally led by proven Group 1 performers that come out of the Coolmore Classic in March over 1500m at Rosehill.
The Coolmore is a quality handicap race while the Queen Of The Turf is WFA so looking for fillies and mares with previous weight-for-age form is also important.
Nettoyer (Doncaster Mile 9th in 2021) became the first Queen Of The Turf Stakes winner since 2001 to finish worse than sixth in the lead-up, and last start winners often dominate the odds with six saluting from 2008 – 2021.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes odds are usually dominated by four-year-old mares as this age group has produced more winners than any other including six of the winners from 2010 – 2021. In 2017-2018 however the three-year-old fillies went back-to-back with Foxplay and Alizee respectively.
Favourites enjoyed a purple patch from 2004 – 2012 winning all but one of the editions before three upset Queen Of The Turf Stakes results from 2013 – 15 including 40/1 roughie Diamond Drille (2014). The punters were back in luck for the 2016 edition when Azkadellia won as the shortest-priced in Queen Of The Turf Stakes betting.
There was another notable upset in 2019 when Kenenda won the event – run as the Coolmore Legacy – at odds of $26.
In 2021 Nettoyer also won in a boilover at 25/1.
2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes Odds
The Queen Of The Turf Stakes 2022 odds and markets for the Group 1 Randwick mile feature will be available below the week of the race so stay tuned to view the Queen Of The Turf Stakes betting markets.
Early market betting odds on the 2022 Coolmore Legacy 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.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Field
The Queen Of The Turf Stakes field features a line-up of the season’s best fillies and mares proven over a mile and coming out of lead-up races like the Group 1 Coolmore Classic (1500m) the month before and the Group 2 Emancipation Stakes (1500m) a fortnight earlier.
From 1996 – 2021, 12 Queen Of The Turf Stakes winners had their final lead-up in the Coolmore Classic including three completing the double most recently Con Te Partiro (2020).
In that time only three had their preparatory run outside of Sydney most recently with Typhoon Tracy who came off a Melbourne win at Caulfield in the Group 1 Futurity Stakes in 2010 followed in 2019 by Kenedna who improved on a Group 2 Sunline Stakes third at The Valley.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes nominations are taken on a Monday in early February before first acceptances close a month later. The final Queen Of The Turf Stakes field of acceptances and barrier draw is released on the Tuesday before the race and connections have until then to pay the $11,000 fee for any late entries.
Azkadellia (2016) was favourite in Queen Of The Turf Stakes betting for her win in the Group 1 autumn mile feature. Photo Credit: Steve Hart.
2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes Field
The Queen Of The Turf Stakes 2022 field and barrier draw will be available below the Tuesday of race week so stay tuned to see what autumn milers make the line-up.
2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes Nominations
The 2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes nominations are taken on Tuesday, February 8, 2022.
2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes First Acceptances
First acceptances for the Queen Of The Turf Stakes close in early March about a month out from the race, four weeks after the nominations in February.
The 2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes first acceptances close at midday on Tuesday the 8th of March, 2022.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Tips
Queen Of The Turf Stakes tips are dominated by fillies and mares coming off a top three or four lead-up run in the Emancipation Stakes and or Coolmore Classic.
The then Group 2 (now Group 1) Canterbury Stakes (1300m) at Randwick in mid-March also produced two winners in recent times with the Gai Waterhouse-trained superstar More Joyous complete the double back-to-back in 2011 and 2012.
Fillies and mares trained by Gai Waterhouse also make top Queen Of The Turf Stakes tips as she boasts an imposing record of nine winners including four of the five from 2011 – 2015. Waterhouse’s latest was in 2020 with Con Te Partiro.
2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes Tips
The latest autumn Queen Of the Turf Stakes 2022 betting tips and selections from the Ladbrokes expert team of tipsters will be detailed below the week of the race outlining the value bets of the Queen Of The Turf field.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Form Guide
The Queen Of The Turf Stakes form guide is a must review before placing bets on the autumn classic and displays information from the trainers and jockeys to the barrier draw. Only two Queen Of The Turf Stakes winners since 2001 have won from double digits when Mnemosyne saluted from barrier 10 of 14 in 2006 and Foxplay from gate 10 of 17 in 2017.
The most successful Queen Of The Turf Stakes barriers since 1983 are 1 – 8, with eight producing the most winners with eight – most recently Azdadellia (2016), Alizee (2018) and Kenedna (2019). Gai Waterhouse is the most successful Queen Of The Turf Stakes trainer with nine winners, most recently Con Te Partiro (2020).
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Form Facts
- Four-year-old mares have dominated the Queen Of The Turf Stakes results in the past 30 years including all four winners from 2013 – 2016
- No mare over five-years-old had won in over three decades until Con Te Partiro (6yo in 2020) and Nettoyer (7yo in 2021) – so check for runners aged 3 – 5 in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes form guide
- Runners coming off a top three run are the best to back in your Queen Of The Turf Stakes tips with just five from 2005 – 2021 finishing worse than third in the lead-up
- The Emancipation Stakes and Coolmore Classic have produced more Queen Of The Turf Stakes winners than any other lead-up autumn races
2022 Queen Of The Turf Stakes Form Guide
A link to our comprehensive Queen Of The Turf Stakes 2022 Form Guide will be provided for punters below the week of the race.
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Results
Favourites have a dominant record in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes results over the past decade or so however there has been some notable upsets in that time.
Both the 2014 and 2015 Queen Of The Turf Stakes champions saluted at juicy starting prices with Diamond Drille ($41) and Amanpour ($21) getting the job done respectively for Gai Waterhouse to give her a total of eight victories. Waterhouse took out her ninth and first in partnership with Adrian Bott in 2020 with Con Te Partiro.
Some of the most noteworthy Queen Of The Stakes winners in the past decade include Forensics (2008), Typhoon Tracy (2010) and More Joyous (2011-12).
Queen Of The Turf Stakes Winners
||Con Te Partiro
||In A Bound
||Hec Of A Party
||Ain’t Seen Nothin’
||Belle Du Jour