Internationals Dominate 2020 Queen Elizabeth Stakes Field & Odds

April 7, 2020

Internationals Dominate 2020 Queen Elizabeth Stakes Field & Odds

The international raiders look to have a stranglehold on this autumn’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2020 field with the Japanese-trained Danon Premium and UK visitor Addeybb leading betting on the Royal Randwick feature.

Addeybb. Photo: Steve Hart.

UK raider Addeybb looks to complete the Ranvet Stakes – Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday. Photo: Steve Hart.

The marquee race on Day 2 of ‘The Championships’, this season’s Group 1 Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) offers a reduced $2 million in prizemoney due to the COVID-19 pandemic and runs as Race 8 on the card.

The weight-for-age classic drew a field of 13 and for the first time in four years runs without triple champion Winx.

Sitting top of the latest Queen Elizabeth Stakes odds at Ladbrokes.com.au to become the first winner in the post-Winx era is the Japanese-trained star Danon Premium to be ridden by James McDonald from barrier three.

The well-bred Deep Impact stallion boats a commanding career record of six wins from 10 starters and was a dual Group 1 runner-up back home late last year.

Kept fresh for this, the bookies are taking no chances with this high-profile visitor who is at $3.70 and firming.

The danger occupying the second line of betting at current Queen Elizabeth Stakes odds of $4.60 is the rails-drawn Addeybb for William Haggas.

Tom Marquand, who has been flying down under this season, retains the ride on the exciting Pivotal gelding who blitzed his Australian race debut on Slipper Day with a thrilling win in the Group 1 Ranvet Stakes (2000m) at Rosehill.

Runner-up Verry Elleegant franked the Ranvet Stakes form next start with her Group 1 Tancred Stakes (2400m) success, while the fourth-placed Nettoyer went on to score an upset at $41 in last Saturday’s Group 1 Doncaster Mile (1600m).

A further three Queen Elizabeth Stakes runners in the star-studded field are under $10 for the win including the $5.50 third elect Te Akau Shark from New Zealand.

Opie Bosson continues his association with Jamie Richards’ outstanding five-year-old who won the Group 1 Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m) defeating Verry Elleegant at this track and distance in late February.

Te Akau Shark was last seen placing third in the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes (1500m) on March 21, but will relish the rise in distance here having finished third to the Japanese-trained Lys Gracieux in Melbourne’s iconic Group 1 Cox Plate (2040m) last October.

Te Akau Shark, drawn gate eight, is joined in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes field in 2020 by stablemate Melody Belle, the 10-time Group 1 winning mare on the short seven-day turnaround.

Rated an $11 hope to score the upset this weekend, the Commands five-year-old backed up from her third-place finishes in the Group 1 Futurity Stakes (1400m) and $5 million The All-Star Mile (1600m) in Melbourne running fourth as the beaten favourite in last weekend’s Doncaster Mile.

Caught wide throughout on the Heavy (8) track, Melody Belle made up plenty of late ground when only 1.4 lengths off the upset winner Nettoyer and is after atonement here going up in distance fourth-up.

Jockey Kerrin McEvoy comes aboard for the ride in barrier four as the mighty mare looks to go one better than her Group 1 Mackinnon Stakes (2000m) second to Magic Wand at Flemington during last year’s Cup Carnival at her last 2000m run.

The aforementioned Ranvet Stakes runner-up and Tancred Stakes champ Verry Elleegant meanwhile is back chasing more elite level success and is at $6.50 to hand Waller with his fourth straight victory in the Queen Elizabeth.

Nash Rawiller rides the classy daughter of Zed who is out to be the first Tancred Stakes winner to drop back in distance and win the Queen Elizabeth in the same year since Eremein (2006).

Along with Verry Elleegant, master horseman Waller will look to continue his dominance in the race saddling-up a further four runners with: Kolding (5), Kings Will Dream (11), Imaging (10) and Life Less Ordinary (12).

The outside alley meanwhile hosts the last of the single-figure fancies with the in-form Master Of Wine ($9) for Hawkes Racing.

Chasing a fifth win on the trot, the Maxios gelding rises in grade on the back of his runaway 3.5 length victory in the Group 3 Sky High Stakes (2000m) run on a Heavy (10) at Rosehill back in mid-March.

Click here for the latest Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2020 betting odds courtesy of Ladbrokes.com.au.

2020 Queen Elizabeth Stakes Field & Barriers

# Form (Last 10) Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Hcp. Rating
1 x6x110x22x DANON PREMIUM (JPN) Mitsumasa Nakauchida James McDonald 3 59kg 118
2 3x4121x2x1 ADDEYBB (IRE) William Haggas Tom Marquand 1 59kg 116
3 84x231x358 HAPPY CLAPPER Patrick Webster Sam Clipperton 7 59kg 116
4 1x2223x113 TE AKAU SHARK (NZ) Jamie Richards Opie Bosson 8 59kg 116
5 6621x421x3 VOW AND DECLARE Danny O’Brien Glen Boss 6 59kg 113
6 x5111x4577 KOLDING (NZ) Chris Waller Glyn Schofield 5 59kg 111
7 2x037902x0 GAILO CHOP (FR) Matthew Williams Adam Hyeronimus 9 59kg 109
8 58166×3205 KINGS WILL DREAM (IRE) Chris Waller Joshua Parr 11 59kg 109
9 112x20x810 IMAGING (GB) Chris Waller Brenton Avdulla 10 59kg 108
10 22x2311x11 MASTER OF WINE (GER) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Tim Clark 13 59kg 108
11 03374×6646 LIFE LESS ORDINARY (IRE) Chris Waller Jason Collett 12 59kg 103
12 x9410x4221 VERRY ELLEEGANT (NZ) Chris Waller Nash Rawiller 2 57kg 116
13 411112×334 MELODY BELLE (NZ) Jamie Richards Kerrin McEvoy 4 57kg 115

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