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The Tattersall's Tiara is the final Group 1 race of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival taking place at Eagle Farm Racecourse in late June each year.
2023 Tattersall's Tiara Results
- 1st: #3 Palaisipan
- 2nd: #6 Roots
- 3rd: #8 Chaillot
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The Tattersall’s Tiara, previously known as the Winter Stakes, wraps up the tail-end of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival. It is the last Group 1 race for the season in Queensland and usually occurs the weekend following the Ipswich Cup.
Open only to fillies and mares and run under weight for age conditions, the Tattersall’s Tiara field attracts talented female horses from all around Queensland. Interstate horses often make the journey, ensuring top level competition over the 1400 metre length of the race.
With $700,000 prize money on offer, the Tattersall’s Tiara is a lucrative race to finish off the season. It’s not a standalone black type race either. Also on the race card are two Group 3 races, the WJ Healy Stakes (1200m) and the Tattersall’s Cup (2400m). Two listed races are also held on the day, making for a top day of racing and punting to see out the carnival.
The best mares may be backing up in the race out of the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) held two weeks earlier and Tofane (2021) became the third in history along with Dane Ripper (1997) and Srikandi (2015) to do the double. In 2022 Startantes improved on a lead-up fifth in the Stradbroke to beat home the older mares in the Tattersall’s Tiara results in an upset.
The 2023 Tattersall’s Tiara winner Palaisipan also came via a lead-up run in that year’s Stradbroke having run fourth in the $3 million showdown before her own Group 1 triumph for local Brisbane horseman Chris Munce.
Tofane went on to frank the form of the 2021 Stradbroke Handicap running top three in a host of subsequent Group 1 races, and winning the Group 1 CF Orr Stakes in 2022.
The 2022 Tattersall’s Tiara form was franked with the runner-up Snapdancer, winner of that year’s Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes in Adelaide, going on to win the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield next start.
The 2023 Tattersall’s Tiara ran on Saturday June 24, 2023 at Brisbane’s Eagle Farm Racecourse and was won in an upset by the local Chris Munce-trained Palaisipan ($14) in her racing swansong.
|Date:||Saturday June 24, 2023|
|Track:||Eagle Farm Racecourse|
|Race Type:||Fillies & Mares Weight-For-Age|
2023 Tattersall’s Tiara Results
- 1st: #3 Palaisipan ($14)
- 2nd: #6 Roots
- 3rd: #8 Chaillot
The classy Chris Munce-trained Palaisipan ($14) bowed out of racing in style saluting in her swansong with an upset victory in the Tattersall’s Tiara 2023 results. For former jockey Munce it was his maiden Group 1 success as a trainer, while hoop Kyle Wilson-Taylor celebrated his opening career Group 1 winning ride.
|1||3||PALAISIPAN||Chris Munce||Kyle Wilson-Taylor||12||57kg||$14|
|2||6||ROOTS||Chris Waller||Tim Clark||0.53L||6||57kg||$21|
|3||8||CHAILLOT||Steven O’Dea & Matthew Hoysted||Ben Thompson||0.87L||7||57kg||$10|
|4||5||CHAIN OF LIGHTNING||Peter G Moody||Damien Thornton||1.28L||5||57kg||$8|
|5||16||OPAL RIDGE||Luke Pepper||Tyler Schiller (a)||1.46L||4||55.5kg||$4.20F|
|6||4||FOXY FRIDA||Andrew Noblet||Billy Egan||1.52L||16||57kg||$8|
|7||10||EXCELIDA||Ben & JD Hayes||Ms Celine Gaudray (a)||1.78L||9||57kg||$61|
|8||11||COMRADE ROSA||Tony Gollan||Ryan Maloney||1.93L||3||57kg||$18|
|9||17||REVOLUTIONARY MISS||Peter & Paul Snowden||Joshua Parr||2.13L||17||55.5kg||$17|
|10||15||RUTHLESS DAME (NZ)||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||John Allen||2.91L||15||55.5kg||$4.80|
|11||9||LADY OF HONOUR||Ben & JD Hayes||James Orman||3.1L||1||57kg||$31|
|12||2||KIKU||Chris Waller||Kerrin McEvoy||3.33L||13||57kg||$31|
|13||7||MIRRA VISION||Peter & Paul Snowden||Larry Cassidy||3.83L||14||57kg||$61|
|14||13||SHE’S ALL CLASS||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace||Jake Bayliss||5.31L||8||57kg||$31|
|15||14||TYCOON EVIE||Peter & Paul Snowden||Mark Du Plessis||5.47L||11||57kg||$101|
|16||1||ELECTRIC GIRL||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes||Jaden Lloyd (a)||5.71L||2||57kg||$21|
|17||12||CHARMMEBABY (NZ)||Lawrie Mayfield-Smith||Andrew Mallyon||7.83L||10||57kg||$101|
|21e||ESSONNE (NZ)||Richard Litt||0|
|22e||AUREUS ANGEL||Chris Munce||0|
|20e||MORE PROPHETS||John Thompson||Ms Samantha Collett||0|
|18e||BROOKSPIRE||Chris Waller||Damien Thornton||0|
Table Credit: Racing Australia.
2023 Tattersall’s Tiara Betting Odds
The winter’s top Tattersall’s Tiara 2023 odds and betting market links to Ladbrokes.com.au are available below.
Tofane ($3.50 in 2021) is the latest favourite in Tattersall’s Tiara betting to salute for the punters.
There was a notable upset in 2023 with Palaisipan saluting at Tatt’s Tiara odds of $14.
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2023 Tattersall’s Tiara Form
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2023 Tattersall’s Tiara Tips
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2023 Tattersall’s Tiara Field
The Tattersall’s Tiara field attracts a line-up of top weight-for-age fillies & mares rounding out their winter racing campaigns. Gallopers in the Tattersall’s Tiara field may come via a number of earlier Brisbane lead-up races including the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) or the Group 2 Dane Ripper Stakes (1400m) both held at the same track a fortnight earlier.
Invincibella in 2019 is the last mare to do the Dane Ripper Stakes – Tatt’s Tiara double.
Tofane in 2021 is the last mare to do the Stradbroke Handicap – Tatt’s Tiara double.
The official Tattersall’s Tiara 2023 field & barriers will be released as of the Tuesday before the race and published in full below once announced.
2023 Tattersall’s Tiara Nominations
The 2023 Tattersall’s Tiara nominations close on Monday June 19, 2023.
Tattersall’s Tiara History
The inaugural edition of the Tattersall’s Tiara was in 1989, when it was known as the Winter Stakes. La Posette took out the first edition of a race that was to become famous in its own right. While it is a weight for age race, only one horse has ever seen victory twice; Bonanova won consecutive victories in 1999 and 2000.
The Tattersall’s Tiara was upgraded to a listed race in 1992, a status it held until the 1996 edition, which was ran as a Group 3 race. A decade later in 2006, the race was upgraded further to Group 2. The Tattersall’s Tiara received its Group 1 status in 2007. In 2011, the race name was officially changed from the Winter Stakes to the Tattersall’s Tiara.
The race distance has also changed over time as well. From its inception until 2006 the Tattersall’s Tiara was run over 1500m. With the upgrade to Group 1 came a change in distance, and since 2007 the race has been run over 1400m.
There was no Tattersall’s Tiara run in 2020 due to a reduced COVID-19 affected carnival.
Several notable horses have won the Tattersall’s Tiara including Dane Ripper (1997), Melito (2010), Red Tracer (2013), Srikandi (2015) and Tofane (2021).
Tattersall’s Tiara Results
|1st||Palaisipan||1 minute 23.85 seconds|
|1st||Startantes||1 minute 23.17 seconds|
|1st||Tofane||1 minute 23.48 seconds|
Tattersall’s TiaraRace Not Held (COVID-19)
|1st||Invincibella||1 minute 22.12 seconds|
|1st||Prompt Response||1 minute 18.5 seconds|
|1st||Tycoon Tara||1 minute 19.37 seconds (over 1350m at Doomben)|
|3rd||In Her Time|
|1st||Miss Cover Girl||1 minute 24.9 seconds|
|1st||Srikandi||1 minute 24.38 seconds|
|1st||Cosmic Endeavour||1 minute 22.03 seconds|
|2nd||Angel Of Mercy|
|1st||Red Tracer||1 minute 24.2 seconds|
|1st||Pear Tart||1 minute 23.4 seconds|
|1st||Yosei||1 minute 22.2 seconds|
|3rd||Born To Rock|
|1st||Melito||1 minute 21.83 seconds|
|1st||Russeting||1 minute 22.6 seconds|
|1st||Grand Journey||1 minute 24 seconds|
|1st||Nova Star||1 minute 22 seconds|
|1st||La Sizeranne||1 minute 31.2 seconds|
|2nd||Gee I Jane|
|1st||Charmview||1 minute 28.9 seconds|
|1st||Miss Potential||1 minute 28.1 seconds|
|1st||Mon Mekki||1 minute 27.7 seconds|
|1st||Heptonstall||1 minute 28.6 seconds|
|1st||Porto Roca||1 minute 28.7 seconds|
|1st||Bonanova||1 minute 28.6 seconds|