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Queen Of The Turf Stakes 2024 Betting Odds - Waller mares dominate the early market

Last updated: 08 Apr 2024
Bets.com.au Staff 08 Apr 2024
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  • The Queen of the Turf Stakes is one of four Group One 1's run on day two of The Championships
  • Worth $1 million, this feature is run over 1600m at Randwick
  • The 2024 edition will be contested on Saturday, April 13
  • Market provided by TopSport
Zougotcha is aiming for a third Group 1 win in the 2024 Queen Of The Turf Stakes. (Getty)

Zougotcha has bounced back to her best this campaign, having recorded back-to-back victories at Rosehill and that includes a last start triumph in the Group 1 Coolmore Classic, where she carried topweight of 57kg.
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The four-year-old saluted over the Randwick mile when taking out the 2022 Flight Stakes by two lengths and the prospect of wet ground will suit the Chris Waller-trained mare, with six of her seven career wins coming on soft/heavy tracks.

At $3.30 with TopSport, Zougotcha heads the betting for the 2024 Queen Of The Turf Stakes.

Chris Waller also prepares Atishu ($4), a daughter of Savabeel who brought up her first Group 1 win in this feature last year when saluting by almost 2.5 lengths.

Atishu recorded a second Group 1 triumph last spring when successful in the Champions Stakes at Flemington and she looks well placed back against her own sex here following a third in a strong edition the Australian Cup.

Olentia ($6) is another contender frrom the Chris Waller yard and the four-year-old returned to winning form last time out in the Group 3 Emancipation Stakes (1500m), with that performance supporting this first attempt over 1600m.

Queen of the Turf Stakes 2024 Betting Odds

Ruthless Dame$11.00
Tropical Squall$11.00
Lady Laguna$15.00

Market from TopSport & odds correct on 08/04/2024.

Queen of the Turf Stakes Winners

Registered and run as the Queen of the Turf Stakes since its 1972 inception, this feature was originally run over 1500m at Rosehill.

Gaining Group 1 status in 2005, the Queen of the Turf Stakes was moved to Royal Randwick in 2014 to form a part of The Championships and along with that upgrade, received a big prize money boost to now make it a $1 million race.

Also known as the Coolmore Legacy Stakes, the weight-for-age conditions of this Group One allows the premier mares to target it a long way out and the three-year-old fillies to take on the older females.

Nettoyer (2021), Nimalee (2022) and Atishu (2023) have won the last three editions of the Queen Of The Turf Stakes.

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