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Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2021 Barrier Draw & Final Field

  • The barrier draw has been conducted for the 2021 Queen Elizabeth Stakes
  • This Group One will be contested on Saturday, April 17 at Randwick
  • Full field available below
Queen Elizabeth Stakes Barrier Draw
Addeybb and Verry Elleegant do battle again in the 2021 Queen Elizabeth Stakes. (Getty)
Bets.com.au Staff 13 Apr 2021
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Looking to resume her rivalry with the Addeybb is the seven-time Group One winner Verry Elleegant, who will arrive to this April 17 feature following a victory in the Ranvet Stakes.

She will jump from barrier four in the 2021 Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Addeybb (barrier three) completed a Ranvet Stakes and Queen Elizabeth Stakes winning double over last year's Sydney Autumn Carnival, defeating Verry Elleegant on both occasions.

The champion mare managed to turn the tables on the William Haggas-trained gelding in the 2021 Ranvet Stakes.

Sir Dragonet (barrier two) returned to winning form in the Tancred Stakes and will drop back to 2000m in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Mugatoo (barrier one) is backing up from last Saturday's Doncaster Mile as is Mo'unga (barrier seven) who is the only three-year-old in the final field.

Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2021 Barriers & Final Field

1Addeybb (IRE)William HaggasTom Marquand359kg$2.60
2Sir Dragonet (IRE)Ciaron Maher & David EustaceGlen Boss259kg$7
3Mugatoo (IRE)Kris LeesHugh Bowman159kg$7
4Think It OverKerry ParkerBrenton Avdulla559kg$26
5SamadoubtBjorn BakerTim Clark659kg$101
6DalasanLeon MacDonald & Andrew GluyasKerrin McEvoy859kg$34
7Verry ElleegantChris WallerJames McDonald457kg$2.60
8Mo'ungaAnnabel NeashamTommy Berry755kg $26
Odds courtesy of Unibet Australia & correct at 10.50am on 13/04/2021.

Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2021 FAQs

When is the 2021 Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

The 2021 Queen Elizabeth Stakes is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 17.

What distance is the Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

The Queen Elizabeth Stakes is run over a distance of 2000 metres.

How can I live stream the Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

Visit our live streaming hub for all the information on how to live stream the Queen Elizabeth Stakes and all other Australian horse races.

Who won the 2020 Queen Elizabeth Stakes?

Addeybb won the 2020 Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

What is the Queen Elizabeth Stakes worth?

The Queen Elizabeth Stakes is worth a total of $4,000,000.

$2,320,000 of that goes to the winner.


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