2021 Queen Elizabeth Stakes Betting Tips & Predictions

We have expert betting tips for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes this Saturday at Randwick which features a quality field of nine superstars.

The likes of Anamoe, Verry Elleegant, Duais and Zaaki headline the field, which is one of the best fields we have ever seen.

We have a runner-by-runner betting guide available for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, which runs at 3:55 pm.


All odds are with Neds – our No. 1 rated bookmaker. You can join Neds by clicking HERE.


Best bets for Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2022

 

Best Bet:

Verry Elleegant @ $3 Bet @ Neds

 

Best Each Way Bet:

Duais @ $5 Bet @ Neds

 

Best Roughie:

Think It Over @ $41 Bet @ Neds

 

Queen Elizabeth Stakes Trifecta Tips

Punters should have five runners on their ticket for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes trifecta.

  • Verry Elleegant
  • Duais
  • Think It Over
  • Zaaki
  • Montefilia

Queen Elizabeth Stakes First-Four Tips

We have included six runners for our Queen Elizabeth Stakes first-four.

  • Verry Elleegant
  • Duais
  • Think It Over
  • Zaaki
  • Montefilia
  • Anamoe

Queen Elizabeth Stakes Form Guide & Tips

1. Think It Over (Best Roughie – $41) Bet @ Neds

Think It Over is paying excellent odds, and despite his lack of form on heavy tracks, we can’t turn down the odds.

He’s a seven-time winner on the track and five-time winner at the distance, so there is no reason to leave him out.

The $8 to place is worth taking and he could boost payouts.

2. Zaaki ($5) Bet @ Neds

Zaaki comes off a devastating win in the All-Star Mile and that has to be respected. However, he’s untried in heavy conditions.

That’s the biggest concern surrounding the 11-time winner, but we’re not leaving him out of our trifecta and first four calculations.

It could pay to watch late betting moves.

3. I’m Thunderstruck ($13) Bet @ Neds

The Golden Eagle winner comes off back-to-back placings, but running in the wet last week won’t do his legs any good.

He’s talented at best, but this race doesn’t fall well for him and we’re prepared to leave him out.

4. Mount Popa ($81) Bet @ Neds

Mount Popa comes off a win at Rosehill but he wasn’t facing nearly the same quality of the field he faces here.

The odds available are big for a reason.

5. Dalasan ($101) Bet @ Neds

We want to see Dalasan in something much easier but he keeps running against the best horses in Australia.

Triple-figure odds are available and with good reason. His form would need to improve significantly to be competitive at this level.

6. Verry Elleegant (Best Bet – $3) Bet @ Neds

Punters were disappointed with Verry Elleegant last time out, but she doesn’t deserve to be dropped.

She is the class runner of the field and she’s a six-time winner at Randwick and a three-time winner in heavy conditions.

She’s going to get all favours from barrier seven and McDonald should be tracking into the race nicely approaching the turn.

We’ll happily take the $3 available.

7. Duais (Best Each Way – $5) Bet @ Neds

Duais is the most-improved thoroughbred in Australia and now a two-time Group 1 winner with more to come.

The Edward Cummings-trained mare has been in excellent form this preparation, including a win in the Australian Cup and Tancred Stakes.

Very heavy conditions aren’t ideal, but she’ll sit off the pace and come with the final run at them.

8. Montefilia ($9) Bet @ Neds

She upset Verry Elleegant last time out and that run can’t be overlooked. The four-year-old mare is paying healthy odds and she could boost payouts.

Her heavy track form reads well and the $9 is worth taking.

9. Anamoe ($4.40) Bet @ Neds

Anamoe isn’t ideally suited to this race, but his natural talent will likely take him close.

He scored by 6.5 lengths in age-group racing last time out and the Cox Plate placegetter demands respect.

He has been specked at each-way odds and he can’t be left out, but this is where he’ll be tested most.

Daryl Curnow

About the Author: Daryl Curnow

After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.

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