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The Tattersall's Cup is a Group 3 race run over 2400m for end-of-winter stayers and takes place in Brisbane at the end of June on Tattersall's Tiara Day.
2021 Tattersall's Cup Results
- 1st: TBD
- 2nd: TBD
- 3rd: TBD
Tattersall’s Cup News
- 2020 Dane Ripper Stakes Day: Eagle Farm Scratchings & Track Report
- Waller Dominates 2020 Tattersall’s Cup Field & Betting Markets
- Tattersall’s Cup Winner Vow And Declare Targets Melbourne Cup 2019
- 2019 Tatt’s Tiara Day: Eagle Farm Scratchings & Track Report
- 2019 Tattersall’s Cup Betting Update: Vow And Declare Firming
The Tattersall’s Cup is traditionally held at Eagle Farm Racecourse on Tattersall’s Tiara Day in late June, the final major day of racing in the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival.
Previously contested over 2200m, the Group 3 Tattersall’s Cup briefly ran as a genuine staying test run over a grueling 3000m in 2019 before being shortened to a mile and a half (2400m) in 2020.
The event presents trainers with a great opportunity to give their stayers a final test before the winter break. Paying $200,000 in prize money, the Tattersall’s Cup was previously run under quality handicap conditions before changing to set weights plus penalties in 2020.
The Tattersall’s Cup attracts horses still in form after their winter campaign, looking for a final black type victory. Open to horses three years old and above, the Tattersall’s Cup field may feature graduates that contested the Group 2 Brisbane Cup earlier in the month or three-year-olds backing up out of the Group 1 Queensland Derby (2400m).
In 2019 Vow And Declare improved on a second in the Queensland Derby before winning the Tattersall’s Cup (over 3000m). He would go on to have an outstanding spring campaign running second in the Group 1 Caulfield Cup and winning the iconic Group 1 Melbourne Cup.
The Tattersall’s Cup traditionally shares the race card with the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m), a $600,000 weight-for-age sprint contest that attracts some of the more talented fillies and mares around.
Note: Due to COVID-19 the 2020 Tattersall’s Cup ran on the same card as the Group 2 The Roses and the Group 2 Dane Ripper Stakes.
The Tattersall’s Cup 2021 runs on Saturday June 26, 2021.
|Date:||Saturday June 26, 2021|
|Track:||Eagle Farm Racecourse|
|Race Type:||Set Weights plus Penalties|
2021 Tattersall’s Cup Results
- 1st: TBD
- 2nd: TBD
- 3rd: TBD
2021 Tattersall’s Cup Odds
The winter’s top Tattersall’s Cup 2021 betting markets and links to the Brisbane racing odds online at Ladbrokes.com.au are available below upon release.
Vow And Declare ($3 in 2019) was the last favourite in Tattersall’s Cup betting to salute for the punters.
2021 Tattersall’s Cup Field
The Tattersall’s Cup field attracts a smart line-up of both local Queensland stayers and interstate visitors usually coming off a Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival campaign. Many gallopers out of the Tattersall’s Cup head to the Sunshine Coast next-up for a shot at the Listed Caloundra Cup (2400m) the following month.
The official Tattersall’s Cup 2021 Final Field & Barriers will be released the Wednesday of race week and provided for the punters below.
2021 Tattersall’s Cup Nominations
Racing Queensland are set to release the early 2021 Tattersall’s Cup Nominations on the Monday leading-up to the race and the entries will be available in full below.
Tattersall’s Cup History
The Tattersall’s Cup was inaugurated in 1924 as a Principal Race, and granted Group 3 status in 1980. Serelot won the first edition of the race, also taking out the Queensland Derby in the same year.
Since its inception, the Tattersall’s Cup has changed race distance a staggering 27 times. The different distances all revolve around 2200m, with the race remaining at that distance since 2006. It has been located at Eagle Farm Racecourse since 1946. For the first time in 2019, the Tattersall’s Cup distance was increased to 3000m.
In 2020 the Tattersall’s Cup ran as a set weights plus penalties event over 2400m due to the impact of COVID-19 on the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival. Trainer Chris Waller dominated the race with Brimham Rocks leading an all-Waller first four.
Notable winners of the Tattersall’s Cup include Cool Gent (1957, 1958), Wiseland (1943), Spear Prince (1936), Ice Chariot (2007) and subsequent Melbourne Cup champion Vow And Declare (2019). Tattersall’s Cup results since 2000 are listed below.
Tattersall’s Cup Results
|1st||Brimham Rocks||2 minutes 29.23 seconds
(Run over 2400m)
|1st||Vow And Declare||3 minutes 9.85 seconds
(Run over 3000m)
|1st||Divine Unicorn||2 minutes 14.75 seconds|
|1st||Rudy||2 minutes 18.18 seconds|
|1st||Index Linked||2 minutes|
|1st||Escado||2 minutes 24.38 seconds|
|1st||The Inventor||2 minutes 17.73 seconds|
|2nd||Wish Come True|
|1st||Rialya||2 minutes 19.64 seconds|
|1st||Ginga Dude||2 minutes 16.8 seconds|
|1st||Ironstein||2 minutes 15.4 seconds|
|2nd||Shuffle The Cash|
|1st||Mirrasalo||2 minutes 16.8 seconds|
|1st||Hume||2 minutes 14.58 seconds|
|1st||Ballack||2 minutes 21.63 seconds|
|1st||Ice Chariot||2 minutes 14.46 seconds|
|1st||Ring Of Fire||2 minutes 19.75 seconds|
|1st||Sky Love||2 minutes 17.9 seconds|
|1st||Acetate||2 minutes 16.4 seconds|
|1st||Belus||2 minutes 13.9 seconds|
|1st||Captain Test||2 minute 16 seconds|
|1st||Spirit Of Westbury||2 minutes 13.5 seconds|
|1st||Brave Prince||2 minutes 14.3 seconds|