2021 All-Star Mile Field & Odds Revealed: Arcadia Queen v Probabeel

March 9, 2021

2021 All-Star Mile Field & Odds Revealed: Arcadia Queen v Probabeel

The two classy mares that ran the Futurity Stakes quinella renew their rivalry this weekend at The Valley with Arcadia Queen tipped to turn the tables on Probabeel in the $5 million The All-Star Mile 2021.

Arcadia Queen Horse Form (Photo: Ultimate Racing Photo) | Races.com.au

Arcadia Queen is the punters’ pick to salute in Saturday’s 2021 All-Star Mile at The Valley. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

The official The All-Star Mile field and barriers are now confirmed with the top elect, the Grant & Alana Williams-trained Arcadia Queen, drawn a treat in barrier five.

The stable took out the $5 million feature last autumn with Regal Power beating home his stablemate Superstorm at Caulfield and now they look a genuine chance at back-to-back wins.

Five-year-old Pierro mare Arcadia Queen received the highest number of public votes to confirm her spot in the 15-starter The All-Star Mile field and will be ridden by last year’s winning hoop William Pike.

Her only other Moonee Valley assignment produced a credible fifth in last October’s Cox Plate, after which she beat home Fifty Stars by nearly two lengths in the Mackinnon.

First-up she was excellent late crossing a half-length off Jamie Richards’ brilliant New Zealander Probabeel in the Group 1 Futurity Stakes (1400m) and she will be fitter for the run second-up getting out over a mile on Saturday.

Arcadia Queen is two-from-two at the 1600m and sits top of the latest All-Star Mile odds at $3.20 and firming through Ladbrokes.com.au to remain undefeated at a mile.

Probabeel meanwhile is out to continue her winning ways from barrier 10 with jockey Damian Lane continuing associations with the fit Savabeel four-year-old.

She has won four of her past five starts including Randwick’s Group 1 Epsom Handicap (1600m) last October, which led into her Cox Plate seventh.

This time in she has won both her Caulfield starts and is at a current quote of $3.90 in All-Star Mile betting to beat Arcadia Queen home for the second time on the trot.

Despite the size and class of the field, just two other runners are under $10 to salute with the resuming Russian Camelot ($8.50) in barrier two and the Kris Lees-trained Mugatoo ($9.50) in eight for jockey Hugh Bowman.

Danny O’Brien’s Camelot four-year-old Russian Camelot has won four of his 10 career starts with his latest victory being in the Group 1 Underwood Stakes (1800m) last September.

He finished runner-up to Arcadia Queen in the Group 1 Caulfield Stakes (2000m) next start as the beaten odds-on favourite before his nice third from a wide alley in the Ladbrokes Cox Plate.

Tested at the two-miles in the Melbourne Cup after that, he was brave when under four lengths beaten and races for the first time since in the All-Star Mile off a nice lead-up trial at Werribee behind gun three-year-old Cherry Tortoni.

Mugatoo is being kept safe in the markets after his strong spring campaign that included a second in the Group 1 The Metropolitan (2400m) carrying 57kg and his Cox Plate fourth at big odds.

He resumed with a fifth behind Godolphin mare Colette in Randwick’s Group 2 Apollo Stakes (1400m) on February 13, the form of which was franked when she went on to run second to Verry Elleegant in the Group 1 Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m).

Drawn the rails and paying $12 to return to winning form is South Australian star Behemoth, while the Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet is in barrier nine and at $18 to win at the same track as his big spring success.

Chris Waller’s last start Blamey Stakes champion Star Of The Seas ($15) and the spring’s Empire Rose Stakes winner Shout The Bar ($17) shape-up as the other potential value runners in The All-Star Mile markets, available in full here courtesy of Ladbrokes.com.au.

2021 The All-Star Mile Field & Barriers

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 2x222x16x7 SIR DRAGONET (IRE) Ciaron Maher & David Eustace John Allen 9 59kg 115
2 14x1110x14 BEHEMOTH David Jolly Craig Williams 1 59kg 114
3 050984×116 STREETS OF AVALON Shane Nichols Zac Spain 14 59kg 110
4 02x27106x3 MR QUICKIE Phillip Stokes Ms Jamie Kah 13 59kg 111
5 0x22095x41 STAR OF THE SEAS (NZ) Chris Waller Mark Zahra 12 59kg 108
6 26x11124x5 MUGATOO (IRE) Kris Lees Hugh Bowman 8 59kg 111
7 11x11111x5 THE HARROVIAN Toby & Trent Edmonds Brad Stewart 7 59kg 103
8 15x4131x45 REGALO DI GAETANO Richard & Chantelle Jolly Luke Nolen 6 59kg 92
9 411x21238x RUSSIAN CAMELOT (IRE) Danny O’Brien Damien Oliver 2 58.5kg 113
10 5x523151x2 ARCADIA QUEEN Grant & Alana Williams William Pike 5 57kg 115
11 28x2117x11 PROBABEEL (NZ) Jamie Richards Damian Lane 10 57kg 115
12 16x06014x3 SHOUT THE BAR Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Michael Walker 3 57kg 110
13 40280115×0 GREYSFUL GLAMOUR Mark Newnham Jye McNeil 11 57kg 105
14 x1121111x1 STILL A STAR Bill Ryan Brendon McCoull 15 57kg 100
15 6x64457x01 LUNAR FOX Paul Preusker Noel Callow 4 56kg 100
16e 1x8352x720 FIFTY STARS (IRE) Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes John Allen 0 59kg 112
17e 3973410×51 SO SI BON Tom Dabernig & Ben Hayes 0 59kg 109
18e 126111×851 SOVEREIGN AWARD Danny O’Brien 0 57kg 102
19e x5019212x5 AFFAIR TO REMEMBER Dan O’Sullivan 0 57kg 98
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