Tattersall’s Tiara 2022

Saturday June 25, 2022

Ladbrokes Tip: Last start winners have dominated the Tattersall’s Tiara in recent years

The Tattersall’s Tiara is the final Group 1 race of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival and runs on a Saturday in late June at Brisbane’s Eagle Farm Racecourse. Formerly called the Winter Stakes, the Tattersall’s Tiara is open to fillies and mares only and is a weight-for-age event run over 1400m.

Tatt’s Tiara Day is also host to two other Group status races with the stayers facing off in the Group 3 Tattersall’s Cup for the Caloundra Cup hopes and the sprinters doing battle in the Group 3 WJ Healy Stakes (1200m).

The race offers a total of $700,000 in prize money as of 2022 including $420,000 to the Tattersall’s Tiara winner and connections. A number of earlier races offer a ballot exemption to the winner/s into the Tattersall’s Tiara field including New Zealand’s Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes.

In Brisbane the lead-up events that have a Tattersall’s Tiara ballot exemption up for grabs in are the Kingsford-Smith Cup, Doomben 10,000, Dane Ripper Stakes, Moreton Cup, Queensland Guineas, and the  Stradbroke Handicap which is the state’s richest race.

Three mares throughout history have completed the Stradbroke Handicap – Tattersall’s Tiara double with Dane Ripper (1997), Srikandi (2015) when the Tiara ran at the Gold Coast, and most recently the Michael Moroney-trained Tofane (2021).

The latest horses to complete the Dane Ripper Stakes – Tattersall’s Tiara double are Cosmic Endeavour (2014) followed by Invincibella (2019).

The latest edition of the Tatt’s Tiara ran on Saturday June 25, 2022 and was won by the Robert Heathcote-trained filly Startantes ($11) in a last-to-first upset. 

2022 Tattersall’s Tiara Results

The official Tattersall’s Tiara 2022 Results & Finishing Order will be available below once the Group 1 Brisbane race is run and won on Saturday June 25, 2022.

  • 1st: #16 Startantes ($11)
  • 2nd: #1 Snapdancer
  • 3rd: #14 Palaisipan

The Rob Heathcote-trained Star Turn filly Startantes ($11) was given a perfectly timed ride by jockey Jason Collett, slicing their way through the field before the three-year-old produced her blistering turn of foot to fly past Robert Sangster Stakes winner Snapdancer and dominate the Tatt’s Tiara 2022 results.

Tattersall’s Tiara Race Info

  • Date: Saturday June 25, 2022
  • Track: Eagle Farm Racecourse
  • Distance: 1400m
  • Conditions: Fillies & Mares – Weight-for-age
  • Status: Group 1
  • Prize Money: $700,000
  • First Run: 1989

Tattersall’s Tiara Betting

The Tatt’s Tiara betting markets are usually dominated by fillies and mares coming off a win in one of the traditional lead-up races. The leading preparatory race for fillies and mares heading into the Group 1 is the Group 2 Dane Ripper Stakes (1400m), which runs two weeks prior at the same track.

From 2009 – 2022 the Dane Ripper Stakes produced seven Tattersall’s Tiara winners including Red Tracer (2013), Cosmic Endeavour (2014) and Invincibella (2019) who all completed the double.

Favourites have a decent recent record in the Tattersall’s Tiara with six saluting in the past decade or so, most recently Prompt Response (2018) followed by Tofane (2021), while both Miss Cover Girl ($21 in 2016) and Tycoon Tara ($19 in 2017) scored notable upsets.

2022 Tattersall’s Tiara Odds

The latest Tattersall’s Tiara 2022 betting odds will be provided below as soon as markets on the end-of-carnival Group 1 in Brisbane over the winter are announced.

Early market betting odds on the 2022 Tattersall's Tiara 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.

Tattersall’s Tiara Field

Tattersall's Tiara betting tips at Ladbrokes.com.au

Srikandi (2015) is the second of three mares throughout history to do the Stradbroke Handicap – Tattersall’s Tiara double. Photo Credit: Daniel Costello.

The Tattersall’s Tiara field draws the season’s best fillies and mares traditionally coming off a Brisbane lead-up campaign. The largest fields in recent years were 20 runners in 2007 – 09. The smallest Tattersall’s Tiara field since 1996 was 12 runners when Melito won from the outside barrier.

Tattersall’s Tiara nominations close the Monday of race week with final acceptances revealing the field released on the Wednesday before the race runs on the Saturday.

2022 Tattersall’s Tiara Field

The official Tattersall’s Tiara 2022 field of final acceptors is announced by Racing Queensland  on the Tuesday of race week and will be published below along with the confirmed jockeys and barriers.

The 2022 Tattersall’s Tiara final field features a full line-up of quality fillies and mares including Robert Sangster Stakes winner Snapdancer drawn wide (21) and the resuming Mick Price & Michael Kent Junior-trained Queen Of The Turf runner-up Annavisto.

2022 Tattersall’s Tiara Nominations

Early Tattersall’s Tiara 2022 Nominations close the Monday leading-up to Tattersall’s Tiara Day, which is the last major event of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival.

Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Hcp Rating
1 x2153x142x ANNAVISTO (NZ) M 4 Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) 107
2 5x294x9206 APRIL RAIN M 5 Chris Waller 86
3 1600x6P333 ATISHU (NZ) M 4 Chris Waller 101
4 286×232720 AWAY GAME M 4 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 105
5 x731450x10 BRING THE RANSOM M 5 Bjorn Baker 95
6 054×262666 BROOKLYN HUSTLE M 5 Jason Warren & Dean Krongold 104
7 161120×021 CHARMMEBABY (NZ) M 5 Lawrie Mayfield-Smith 100
8 x474128x18 DZSENIFER M 4 Gary Duncan 93
9 9168x59x40 ENCHANTED HEART M 5 Kris Lees 94
10 6x1121x1x1 JOY TOO ALL M 5 David Vandyke 78
11 0x2144x144 JUAN DIVA M 5 Richard & Will Freedman 88
12 8×23532051 KIKU M 4 Chris Waller 104
13 134110×332 LADY OF LUXURY M 4 Bjorn Baker 84
14 x306230x62 NUDGE M 5 Chris Waller 104
15 10x212x551 PALAISIPAN M 4 Chris Munce 96
16 132116×323 SALATEEN M 4 Tony Gollan 94
17 00x57x810x SHOUT THE BAR M 5 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 108
18 1339×21101 SNAPDANCER M 5 Ciaron Maher & David Eustace 109
19 0x362x4595 STARTANTES F 3 Robert Heathcote 99
20 0x41530x64 TYCOON EVIE M 4 Rex Lipp & Nicholas Hahn 85
21 053x3736x0 VANGELIC M 4 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 104
22 20×7164522 WANDABAA M 5 Kris Lees 101
23 9x555x7155 WRITTEN BEAUTY M 4 Chris Waller 97
24 20x9273x49 YAMAZAKI M 6 Annabel Neasham 97

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

Tattersall’s Tiara Form Guide

The Tattersall’s Tiara form guide lists for punters all the crucial pre-betting information like the jockeys, trainers, barriers and lead-up runs of the female sprinters in the field.

Wide barriers in the Tattersall’s Tiara have produced plenty of success with five of the winners from 2010 – 2022 jumping from a double digit gate including Tofane (11 of 17 in 2021), Srikandi (15 of 15 in 2015) and Red Tracer (16 of 16 in 2013).

Runners trained outside of Brisbane have dominated the race in recent history, so looking at the interstate runners with a lead-up run in Queensland is essential when doing the Tattersall’s Tiara form.

Also look for a win last time out on the form guide as the four Tattersall’s Tiara winners from 2012 – 17 won their lead-up races in Brisbane. Invincibella in 2019 continued that trend winning the Dane Ripper Stakes before her Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara success, as did the Stradbroke – Tiara double winner Tofane in 2021.

The Tattersall’s Tiara form has gone on to hold up in other Group 1 races both locally and interstate many times over the years. The 2021 winner Tofane went on to run top three in a host of subsequent elite level races including her Group 1 CF Orr Stakes win in Melbourne during the autumn of 2022.

Tattersall’s Tiara Form Facts

  • Favourites in Tattersall’s Tiara betting won four editions from 2014 – 22 (with no race held in 2020)
  • The Dane Ripper Stakes is the key lead-up race into the Tattersall’s Tiara field
  • The Stradbroke Handicap – Tattersall’s Tiara is a popular Group 1 Brisbane winter double achieved by three mares throughout history including Tofane (2021)
  • Wide barriers have produced plenty of recent Tattersall’s Tiara winners

2022 Tattersall’s Tiara Form

A link to our comprehensive Tatt’s Tiara 2022 form guide and race betting preview will be provided for punters below the week of the event.

Tattersall’s Tiara Tips

Tattersall’s Tiara tips include looking for in-form fillies and mares coming off a win, graduates that finished in the money in the Dane Ripper Stakes two weeks before and backing the favourite.

  • The three-year-old fillies have a dominant record over the older mares in the race with six of the  winners from 2008 – 2022 winning in their three-year-old season, most recently Startantes (2022), so taking the fillies in the field is another good Tattersall’s Tiara betting tip.

2022 Tattersall’s Tiara Tips

Our Ladbrokes’ exclusive Tattersall’s Tiara 2022 betting tips on the Group 1 weight-for-age fillies’ and mares’ race at the end of the Brisbane winter racing season will be detailed below the week of the race so, stay tuned for those to back and sack this season.

  • To Win: #10 Atishu ($12 at time of publish) 

Wide open edition of the Tiara and a value runner looks to be this Waller-trained Savabeel four-year-old. She’s drawn a treat in gate five for Jay Ford and has been knocking on the door all prep. She has posted a trio of very close thirds beaten a length or less each time at a mile. Hawkesbury and Scone Cup placings were brave on Heavy (9) tracks with excuses before the last start third to stablemate, fellow Tiara hope Kiku, in the $500,000 Magic Millions National Classic (1600m) here on June 4 when wide without cover. Her 1400m record is outstanding (5:4-0-0) and she’s one of the forgotten hopes in the right vein of form to win this at a nice price.

Tattersall’s Tiara Results

The Tattersall’s Tiara results have been dominated by last-start winners and three-year-old fillies in recent years.

While the favourites have a solid strike rate, upsets are not uncommon with notable recent upsets scored by: Startantes ($11 in 2022), Tycoon Tara ($19 in 2017), Miss Cover Girl ($21 in 2016), Pear Tart ($15 in 2012), Yosei ($15 in 2011) and Russeting ($10 in 2009).

Noteworthy Tattersall’s Tiara winners from the past decade or so include: Tofane (2021), Cosmic Endeavour (2014), Melito (2010), and looking further back Dane Ripper (1997).

Note: There was no 2020 Tattersall’s Tiara held with a reduced Brisbane Winter Carnival that season due to COVID-19.

Tattersall’s Tiara Winners

Year Winner 2nd 3rd Time
2022 Startantes Snapdancer Palaisipan 1:23.17
2021 Tofane Nudge Sweet Deal 1:23.48
2020Race Not Held (COVID-19)
2019 Invincibella Pohutukawa Savatiano 1:22.12
2018 Prompt Response Shillelagh Super Cash 1:18.51
2017 Tycoon Tara Prompt Response In Her Time 1:19.37
2016 Miss Cover Girl Azkadellia Sultry Feeling 1:24.90
2015 Escado Shoreham Epingle 2:33.9
2014 The Inventor Wish Come True Pretty Pins 2:17.7
2013 Rialya Shenzou Steeds Rothera 2:19.6
2012 Ginga Dude Booming Warrior Within 2:16.8
2011 Ironstein Shuffle The Cash Little Stranger 2:15.4
2010 Mirrasalo Indikator Beatboy 2:16.8