Queens Plate Stakes Betting Odds, Tips & Picks

2021 Top Queen’s Plate Contestants and Odds

It is worth noting, however, that the odds of winning the Queens Plate 2021 are susceptible to change. Keep checking this page for the most recent information.

What are the types of Odds?

Horse-racing betting offers many options for punters. Before you place your first bet, it is important to fully understand the differences between each type of bet.

Queen’s Plate Live Odds

Betting in the future pool is not a good idea. Instead, wait until race day to bet and then use “live odds”, which are determined by how much money was placed in the win pool. This approach is fine and supported by sportsbooks.

Queen’s Plate Multirace Exotics

Pick 6, Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Pick 6 and Pick 3 all require you to pick the winners of consecutive races. These types of bets can be placed strategically by using multiple combinations.

Queen’s Plate Trifecta, Superfecta, and Exacta Wagering Odds

These wagers, which are commonplace on Kentucky Derby Day, involve choosing the order in which the horse will finish between the top two (exacta), three or four (trifecta), finishers.

These are the various formats in which the sportsbooks offer the odds. You can choose the one that is more clear for you.

Fractional Odds

Fractional odds were historically the most popular odds in horse racing. They are presented in fractional format from 1/9 to 99%/1 and higher. A $2 win bet on a horse will pay $12, plus the original wager.

Decimal Odds

Decimal odds, which are usually offered by UK racebooks, are the simplest type of odds and include the original wager in the final payout. A $1 Win bet placed on a horse at 5.00 odds would pay $5 if it wins.

American Odds

These are the odds that are most commonly used by US-based racebooks. They are also known as money-line odds. A plus-or-minus sign is used to designate $1 for a win on a horse. The horse will win the race if it wins, and $6.00 if not.

What is the Queen’s Plate, exactly?

The 160th edition, named after Queen Victoria and founded in 1860, marks the 160th anniversary of Canada’s most prestigious race. It is open to three-year olds and is the only race in Canada that is $1 million for Canadian-bred horses.

It is held every year on either the last Saturday in June or the first Saturday in July. This race kicks off the Canadian Triple Crown. The Prince of Wales Stakes are followed by the Fort Erie Race Track Prince of Wales Stakes. The Triple Crown series concludes one month later at Woodbine with running of the Breeders’ Stakes.

The Breeders’ Stakes, unlike the US Triple Crown, is run on turf. All US Triple Crown races are on dirt.

There have been 12 Triple Crown winners to date, including 1993 winner Peteski who was sired in part by Affirmed, a 1978 US Triple Crown winner.

When is the Queen’s Plate 2021?

Sunday August 16th is the 2021 Queen’s Plate

Where is the Queen’s Plate kept?

The Queen’s Plate takes place at Woodbine Race Track, which is located in Etobicoke, Ontario.

Last Updated on November 18, 2021

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