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Queen's Vase Tips - Royal Ascot 2020

Race 6, 4:10, Queen’s Vase Tips & Odds

The Queen's Vase Tips 2020

Best Queen’s Vase betting tips by Stephen Harris – Day 4, 4:10 PM

Bets Horse Odds Bookmaker Queen’s Vase Tips
#1 Al Dabaran Read Preview here
#2 Berkshire Rocco Read Preview here

Odds may differ to current odds. Odds listed as at 8am 19th June 2020

Stephen Harris’ Queen’s Vase Preview

This Group 2 is run over one mile six furlongs and 34 yards, and is confined to three year olds only chasing prize money of over £200,000. There have been some high class winners over the years, notably Stradivarius in 2017, who took this race before going on to win the Ascot Gold Cup in 2018 and 2019.

Queen’s Vase 2020 Trends

  1. Only 2 of the last 17 winners had raced at Ascot previously
  2. 11 of the last 17 winners did not start the race as favourites
  3. 11 of the last 17 winners ran a place in their previous race

Queen’s Vase Tips 2020

Al Dabaran, Queen’s Vase Tip #1

Charlie Appleby’s 3-y-o won two from four as a juvenile, improving in defeat when sent over to France for his last two runs. He should relish this step up to 1m6f and has already proven himself on softer ground if the rain eases things on Friday.

Tip Horse Odds Bookmaker Bet
#1 Al Dabaran BET

Odds may differ to current odds. Odds listed as at 8am 19th June 2020

Berkshire Rocco, Queen’s Vase Tip #2

Andrew Balding’s progressive performer could be at a fitness advantage over some of these rivals, shaping really well at Lingfield on his seasonal debut when a close second to the impressive English King.

Tip Horse Odds Bookmaker Bet
#2 Berkshire Rocco BET

Odds may differ to current odds. Odds listed as at 8am 19th June 2020


Queen’s Vase 2020 Betting Odds

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Queen’s Vase Winners

First established in 1838 where it was originally run over two miles (reduced to one mile six furlongs in 2017 when it was upgraded to Group 2 status). Aidan O’Brien has won the race a remarkable six times in the last thirteen years, but he suffered a reversal in 2019 as Andrew Balding’s tough campaigner Dsshing Willoughby landed the prize under Oisin Murphy.

Last 5 Queen’s Vase Winners

Year Horses Jockey Trainer
2019 Dashing Willoughby O Murphy A Balding
2018 Kew Gardens R Moore A O’Brien
2017 Stradivarius A Atzeni J Gosden
2016 Sword Fighter C O’Donoghue A O’Brien
2015 Aloft R Moore A O’Brien

Queen’s Vase 2020 Race Conditions

Race Information
Location Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Berkshire England
Race Type Flat
Distance 1m 6f 34yd
Age 3 yo

Royal Ascot Day 4 Racecards

Time Day 4 Racecards
1:15 Palace of Holyroodhouse Handicap Tips
1:50 Albany Stakes Tips
2:25 Norfolk Stakes Tips
3:00 Hardwicke Stakes Tips
3:35 Commonwealth Cup Tips
4:10 Queens Vase Tips
4:40 Duke of Edinburgh Handicap Tips

FAQs about the Queens Vase race

Who will win the Queens Vase?

Our Horse racing expert Stephen Harris’ favourite for the Queens Vase is Al Dabaran. We encourage you to read his race preview to find out why Stephen has picked this horse.

What time is the Queens Vase race?

The Queens Vase is the sixth race of the Royal Ascot Day 4. The race start is scheduled for 04:10 PM.

What day is the Queens Vase race at Royal Ascot festival 2020?

The Queens Vase race will take place on the fourth day of the Royal Ascot Festival, Friday 19th of June.

Who won the Queens Vase last year?

The last Queens Vase winner was Dashing Willoughby.