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The Queen’s Plate is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race, held annually at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. Currently a Grade I race, it is the oldest of the three major stakes races in North America for horses three years old and up. The Queen’s Plate is run over a distance of one mile (8 furlongs) and is open to three-year-old fillies and mares, and is raced on dirt.
The first day of the 2015 Queen’s Plate has wrapped up. In what has been a very closely fought race, the horse that has won the most races has been Silver Tab. So far, he has had the highest strike rate, the most wins, the best average earnings, as well as the most wins in the last 20 years. Here are the rankings of the horses so far, as we await today’s Power Rankings:
The 162nd edition of the Queen’s Plate will be held at Woodbine Racetrack on Sunday, August 22. The official power rating of the most talented three-year-old Thoroughbred horses participating in the highly anticipated summer CA$1 million event was published on Friday by Woodbine Entertainment. Horseplayers and industry experts are responsible for determining the ratings.
The rankings are determined by a point system in which a first-place vote earns five points, a second-place vote earns four points, and so on for the top five and honorable mentions. Jeff Bratt, Robert Geller, Ron Gierkink, Doug McPherson, Jason Portuondo, and Monique Vág are among the experts and racing celebrities who voted: Jeff Bratt, Robert Geller, Ron Gierkink, Doug McPherson, Jason Portuondo, and Monique Vág from Woodbine and the Daily Racing Form.
Favorite for the Number One Position
Weyburn is the overwhelming favorite to win the 162nd edition of the Queen’s Plate, according to the official rankings, having earned first-place votes from all six experts. The horse, trained by Jimmy Jerkens, won the Grade 3 Gotham at Aqueduct in March and finished second in the TVG.com Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth on June 13.
The next race for Weyburn is the Grade 2 Jim dandy on July 31 at Saratoga Race Course. According to Ron Gierkink, a strong showing in the Jim Dandy would put the Chiefswood Stables homebred in front of the Grade 1 Travers. According to Jason Partuondo, the horse is his favorite to win the Queen’s Plate this summer.
Then, in the power rankings, Hombre and Keep Grinding tied for first place with the same number of votes. Hombre, on the other hand, won the tie because it received more second-place votes. Keep Grinding is also a potential winner after finishing second in the Grade 3 Marine Stakes for Tino Attard recently.
Tio Magico and Tidal Forces from Sam-Son Farm will also compete in Gail Cox’s annual CA$1 million racing event. Tio Magico has won two races on synthetic surfaces, the most recent being the Queenston Stakes on July 11. Tidal Forces, who went two for two previous to his fifth place in the Grade 3 Marine, also reaches the top five voted after just two of the six experts backed him.
Internships are currently available.
Woodbine Entertainment previously announced that two Standardbred Racing Internship opportunities are available. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for anybody interested in learning more about how the horse racing business works behind the scenes. Candidates may now submit their applications as the application procedure is now open. The hourly pay will be CA$18, and the weekly labor hours will be 40.
More Information on the Fans’ Return
The horse racing company recently gave an update on the return of fans to its Woodbine Mohawk Park facility. Guests of the track will once again be allowed to participate in indoor wagering and simulcasting in designated Racebook areas. However, capacity is presently restricted according to provincial regulations, and people must first schedule an appointment to attend.
Past the Wire, July 16, 2021, “Weyburn Leads the Queen’s Plate Power Rankings.”
We know that good form can make for a better experience on the track, but what about the horses themselves? Are we talking about high-level breeding, or experience in the blinkers? Can the horses be broken down into types, like distance horses or sprinters? The truth is, it’s not as simple as that. There is no foolproof guide to breeding or training a top-class racehorse, but we can take a look at past form in the Royal Ascot in an attempt to obtain an understanding of their chances in the Queen’s Plate.. Read more about canadian triple crown 2021 and let us know what you think.
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