Tattersall’s Tiara Tips, Betting, Odds, Horses & More 2024

The Tattersall’s Tiara will take place on Saturday, June 29, 2024 and is the final Group 1 race in the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival. The race is held each year at Eagle Farm Racecourse and is run over a distance of 1,400m. There is a cool $700K up for grabs in this weight-for-age conditions race.

Tattersall’s Tiara Information

There are some basic facts that you should know about the Tattersall’s Tiara to get you started. Check them out below:

📅Date:Saturday 29th June, 2024
⌚Race Time:TBA
📏Race Distance:1,400 metres
🛣️Racecourse:Eagle Farm Racecourse
🏅Status:Group 1
🏆Prize Money:$700,000
🏇2023 Winner:Palaisipan

About the Tattersall’s Tiara

The Tattersall’s Tiara is one of the biggest Group One races that takes place during Brisbane’s Winter Racing Carnival. It is also the final Group 1 of the season, with the next Group 1 race being the Winx Stakes to kick off Spring! It is the final chance for runners to taste Group 1 success before things quieten down for a couple of weeks.

First run in 1989, it may not necessarily have as long of a history as some of the other races, but we always see some of the best fillies and mares step out. The Tattersall’s Tiara takes place at Eagle Farm Racecourse, which is the home to Group 1 racing for four weeks in the Winter Racing Carnival. 

In total, six Group 1 races take place at Eagle Farm during the Winter Racing Carnival, making Eagle Farm Racecourse one of the top tracks in not only the state of Queensland but also the country. We see many punters flock to Eagle Farm each year to watch quality racing.

The winner of the Tattersall’s Tiara is notably eligible for a big bonus, of $1 million, if they can also go on to win the Empire Rose Stakes, which is raced at Flemington Racecourse during Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival. This is certainly something to note when doing the form for the Empire Rose Stakes!

In 2020, the Tattersall’s Tiara ended up being cancelled due to COVID-19. Many races on the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival calendar were cancelled this year, however, things have now returned to normal and we can expect an epic race each year moving forward.

OnlyRacing.com.au’s page on the Tattersall’s Tiara will cover all the important things you are interested in learning about. We cover a wide range of topics like the best tips, odds and betting information as well as information on the final field, results, horses and form guide. We update this page constantly, so you always get the most up-to-date information.

Before we get going, we wanted to shine some light on the prize money that’s on offer. One of the things that makes a Group 1 a Group 1 is the sheer amount of prize money available. For the Tattersall’s Tiara, there is $700K on the line and this is split between the top runners. Check out the prize money breakdown below:

Place:Prize Money:
6th - 10th$8,400

Tattersall’s Tiara Tips

Man, do we love horse racing tips! If you’ve explored our website at all before coming onto this page, you’ll know just how much we really love providing tips. Free horse racing tips are in our blood and we don’t just tip every single Group 1 race on the calendar, but we also have general weekly horse racing tips.

Our experts don’t want to let you down but our tips for the Tattersall’s Tiara aren’t available just yet. We don’t know which runners will be in the final field and want to wait until that information becomes available before making any predictions. This ensures our Tattersall’s Tiara tips are as accurate as possible.

We don’t want you to leave with nothing though, so we’ve left our tips from the race in 2023 up! Check out how our experts performed in the Tattersall’s Tiara in 2023 below:

Tattersall’s Tiara Best Bet - Opal Ridge\

The market has its eyes on two runners at this stage, Opal Ridge and Ruthless Dame. Out of the two, I think Opal Ridge is the better bet and I’m making her my best bet for the Tattersall’s Tiara on Saturday. The thing that has tipped me over the edge on the side of Opal Ridge is the dry track. She does her best work on a Good track and this is what she’ll get. 

Her first-up win was on a dry track when she won by just less than 2L in the Darby Munro Stakes (Listed). Another easy win three races back in the Luskin Star Stakes (Listed), also on a dry track. An excellent run last start when going down in the Dane Ripper Stakes after being caught four wide (but still finished amazingly to finish second).

Tattersall’s Tiara Next Best - Chain Of Lightning

I’m not including Ruthless Dame in my picks because I’m loving what Chain Of Lightning is doing at the moment, so she gets my backing at the next best for the Tattersall’s Tiara. She is rock hard fit and will give them all a sight. Not too bad in terms of the odds as well, currently listed at $8.00!

She looks a genuine Group 1 horse and I think she has a pretty good chance of winning this one on Saturday. Unlucky in the Stradbroke Handicap, but showed her toughness to hang on to sixth. Gets a better draw this time and I can easily see her turn the tables on the likes of Palaisapan and Ruthless Dame.

Tattersall’s Tiara Best Roughie - Palaisapan

I haven’t been this convinced in a best roughie pick in a while now. I think Palaisapan has got everything she needs to give them all a sight. Can she win? Maybe. Can she place? Definitely! And at odds of $14 at the time of writing, that is some darn good value if you ask me.

Hear me out. Yes, the barrier is a horror show, but I think Palaisapan can work a miracle. While she hasn’t won a race in a while, if you look at her efforts, you just can’t knock her. She has been fighting it out in some really competitive races and has been set with this race in mind. I think she can surprise a few, especially if she repeats her efforts from the Stradbroke.

Our Tattersall’s Tiara tips for 2024 will be up and running soon, make sure you check back here again during race week. 

Tattersall’s Tiara Betting Sites

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Tattersall’s Tiara Betting

So, you want to bet on the Tattersall’s Tiara? Well, we are happy to be of service! We can help you through every stage of the betting process and make things easy as pie for you. If you’re going to bet, you need two things: a bookie to bet with and a market that you want to bet on.

There are plenty of betting apps out there in Australia and even if you already have an account with one (or some) of them, it still pays to see what else is out there. One of our recommendations is to open accounts with multiple bookies.

It is a good idea to open accounts with multiple horse racing betting sites because they all offer something slightly different. On top of this, you’ll notice that the odds in any market aren't always the same, so you could be missing out on some extra value and not even know it.

Australian betting sites want to make their customers happy, so you’ll notice a whole range of different betting promotions and betting sites bonuses available to you. If you have more than one bookie account, it’s so much easier to take advantage of all the cool stuff each bookie offers.

The team at OnlyRacing have put together a bookie review page that has all the top bookies in Australia. You can read all about each specific bookie as the review is written by someone on our team who actually bets with that bookmaker. Some of the bookies you’ll find on that page include the likes of EliteBet, Chasebet and BetProfessor.

You’ll find all the best betting apps on our bookie reviews page, so make sure you check out the page! Along with this if you scroll up on this page to our “Betting Sites” section, you’ll get a quick rundown on all the bookies we have reviews on.

Tattersall’s Tiara Field

Each year, the Tattersall’s Tiara field will be announced during race week. As it is not race week just yet, we still don’t know which runners will line up. What we do know, however, is that we will see a quality field of the best fillies and mares in Australia, as this is what we’ve seen year after year in the Tattersall’s Tiara.

If you want to get some insight into the runners that could be making an appearance in the Tattersall’s Tiara, it’s a good idea to check out the odds. We will list the odds, when available, in our “Odds” section later on this page. The runners with the shorter odds are more likely to be targeting the Tattersall’s Tiara and therefore more likely to be included in the final field.

We don’t have a crystal ball to provide you all the Tattersall’s Tiara field information. Instead, why don’t you check out the 2023 field below:

1ELECTRIC GIRLMichael, Wayne & John HawkesJaden Lloyd (a)457kg
2KIKUChris WallerKerrin McEvoy1757kg
3PALAISIPANChris MunceKyle Wilson-Taylor1657kg
4FOXY FRIDAAndrew NobletBilly Egan2057kg
5CHAIN OF LIGHTNINGPeter G MoodyLuke Nolen957kg
6ROOTSChris WallerTim Clark1057kg
7MIRRA VISIONPeter & Paul SnowdenLarry Cassidy1857kg
8CHAILLOTSteven O’Dea & Matthew HoystedBen Thompson1157kg
9LADY OF HONOURBen & JD HayesJames Orman357kg
10EXCELIDABen & JD HayesMs Celine Gaudray (a)1357kg
11COMRADE ROSATony GollanRyan Maloney557kg
12CHARMMEBABY (NZ)Lawrie Mayfield-SmithAndrew Mallyon1457kg
13SHE’S ALL CLASSCiaron Maher & David EustaceJake Bayliss1257kg
14TYCOON EVIEPeter & Paul SnowdenMark Du Plessis1557kg
15RUTHLESS DAME (NZ)Ciaron Maher & David EustaceJohn Allen1955.5k
16OPAL RIDGELuke PepperTyler Schiller (a)655.5k
17REVOLUTIONARY MISSPeter & Paul SnowdenJoshua Parr2255.5k
18eBROOKSPIREChris WallerDamien Thornton2157kg
19eSALATEENTony Gollan857kg
20eMORE PROPHETSJohn ThompsonMs Samantha Collett257kg
21eESSONNE (NZ)Richard Litt157kg
22eAUREUS ANGELChris Munce757kg

Talk about a jam-packed field! For the 2023 Tattersall’s Tiara, we saw a field of 17 runners confirmed, along with five emergencies just in case there were any scratchings. In the end, we didn’t see any scratchings for the Tattersall’s Tiara, so all 17 original confirmed runners got their chance at a Group 1 victory.

Scratchings are an unfortunate way of life in horse racing and they happen all the time. They can happen for several reasons, for example, if a horse has been scratched due to vet’s advice. If you're betting on the Tattersall’s Tiara and the horse you backed gets scratched, you will get your stake back.

One of the key things related to the final field that you should also consider is the barrier draw. The bigger the field, the more importance is placed on the barrier draw. Each runner has a different racing style that potentially suits jumping from a wide or insider barrier as well. 

Tattersall’s Tiara Form Guide

Putting together the Tattersall’s Tiara form guide might not sound like a fun thing for you to do, but for the team here at OnlyRacing, we can’t think of anything better. So, we’ve done the heavy lifting for you, going through all the key data and stats and finding little nuggets of gold that can point you in the right direction.

The stats don’t lie, that’s for sure and over the years, we’ve seen some clear patterns emerge. There are some key form indicators that you need to know about before you go off to place your bets. If you want to bet with your head and not your heart, check out the details below!

With the race being the last Group 1 of the season, there are plenty of lead-up races that you can look into. Some of the most common include; the Bright Shadow Quality (Listed), the Pam O'Neil Stakes (Group 3), the Helen Coughlin Stakes (Listed), the Dane Ripper Stakes (Group 2) and the Gai Waterhouse Classic (Listed).

The most successful out of all those above races is the Dane Ripper Stakes. In the last 16 years, we’ve seen seven Tattersall’s Tiara winners come from the Dane Ripper Stakes. Another race you should check out is the Stradbroke Handicap, this race has also produced seven winners in the last 16 years.

The Tattersall’s Tiara winner almost always comes into the race in some sort of form. In the last 16 years, we’ve seen six winners also claim victory in their lead-up race. In the last 16 years, three runners have completed the Tattersall’s Tiara - Dane Ripper Stakes double; Invincibella (2019), Cosmic Endeavour (2014) and Red Tracer (2013).

Five of the last ten Tattersall’s Tiara winners have been the favourite. But if you look back a little further, the race hasn’t exactly been the best hunting ground for favourites. In the last 16 years, nine of the winners have jumped with double-digit odds.

The barrier draw doesn’t seem to impact runners that much in the Tattersall’s Tiara. Since 2010, we have seen six winners jump from a double-digit barrier. There is also a complete mixed bag when it comes to the age of winners, with the most successful age since 2010 being 3YOs, with five wins.

Tattersall’s Tiara Horses

The Tattersall’s Tiara is a high-quality race and we see some of the best-ever fillies and mares compete for victory each year. Only the best of the best can go on to win the race. This section is dedicated to those Tattersall’s Tiara horses that have that special something and have gone on to bigger and better things.

There are a lot of horses that we could feature in this section, but we’ve narrowed it down to just a handful of the best. Check out the horses we’ve chosen below and hopefully, you agree with the choices we’ve made!

Dane Ripper - 1997

Such an epic horse that one of the main lead-up races to the Tattersall’s Tiara is named after her, the Dane Ripper Stakes (which is a Group 2)! She won several races in her career, including the likes of the Cox Plate, the Manikato Stakes, the Stradbroke Handicap and the Australian Cup.

Srikandi - 2015

Srikandi proved too good for her rivals in the 2015 Tattersall’s Tiara. Along with her win in the Tattersall’s Tiara, Srikandi also won the Stradbroke Handicap. In the end, Srikandi amassed over $2 million in prize money and had a career record of 15:9-2-1.

Invincibella - 2019

Invincibella’s only Group 1 win came in the 2019 Tattersall’s Tiara. She did win four Group 2s in her career though and ended up with a career record of 43:12-8-4. Invincibella placed in 56% of the races she competed in and this helped her gain over $3 million in prize money.

Tofane - 2021

The winner of four Group 1 races, Tofane claimed victory in the 2021 Tattersall’s Tiara. The other three Group 1 races Tofane won included; the CF Orr Stakes, the All Aged Stakes and the Stradbroke Handicap. She won eight races in total in her career and this resulted in claiming almost $4 million in prize money.

Tattersall’s Tiara Odds

Go to one of the many horse racing betting apps in Australia and you’ll notice that there are odds for many different markets. There are a lot of different markets you can bet on and the closer we get to race day, the more markets will open up.

All the best bookies, including PlayUp, will open odds markets up before the race. While PlayUp hasn’t released their Tattersall’s Tiara odds just yet, we expect them to do so soon. You can check one bookie for their odds, or multiple, it’s up to you! If you check multiple bookies, you’ll notice that there could be a different price for the same market.

Different bookies have different algorithms and factors that influence what price they list for each of their horse racing markets. This is why it is a good idea to shop around because you could get more bang for your buck.

Speaking about bang for your buck, we also recommend betting as soon as you can on the Tattersall’s Tiara, this is because if you’re placing your bets when the market is listed as “Before Noms” you’ll get your stake back if your runner doesn’t make the final field and you’ll also notice the odds are generally higher than compared to if you place your bets on the day.

When PlayUp releases their odds market for the Tattersall’s Tiara, we will display them in all their glory below.

Tattersall’s Tiara History

The Tattersall’s Tiara is the last Group race of the season and we have to wait until late August for the next Group 1. The race forms part of a four-week racing spectacular at Eagle Farm Racecourse, which forms a bigger part in Brisbane’s Winter Racing Carnival, one of the biggest horse racing carnivals on the calendar.

The race was previously known as the Winter Stakes up until 2011, then the name was changed to Tattersall’s Tiara. Over the years, the Tattersall’s Tiara continued to grow in stature and eventually became a Group 1 race in 2007. Before that, the Tattersall’s Tiara gained Listed status in 1992, then Group 3 status in 1996 and then Group 2 status in 2006.

We haven’t seen much change in the distance of the Tattersall’s Tiara in its history. The only change was in 2007 when the race gained Group 1 status. The race distance changed from 1,500m to 1,400m, so nothing major, but a change nonetheless!

Over recent times, we’ve seen a couple of track changes for the race due to issues with the reconstruction of the Eagle Farm surface. In 2015, the race was run at Gold Coast Racecourse and in 2017 and 2018, the race was held at Doomben Racecourse.

If you are enjoying learning all about the Tattersall’s Tiara, then we’ve got some good news for you! The race is just one of over 100 that we feature in our Group One races list. You can read about all the different key races on the calendar until your heart’s content.

Tattersall’s Tiara Results

We’ve got all the Tattersall’s Tiara results information you’ve been looking for. If you want to know where each runner finished in the latest race, we’ve got that! If you want to watch the full race replay to relive all the action, we’ve got that! We will also update this information with the latest results, as they become available.

In 2023, the Tattersall’s Tiara was won by first-time Group 1 winner, Palaisipan. Palaisipan finished fourth in the Stradbroke Handicap before winning the Tattersall’s Tiara. The Chris Waller-trained Roots finished in second place, just 0.5L off the pace.

It was only 0.8L to Chaillot who finished in third place after being near the rear of the field for the majority of the race. The race time for the Tattersall’s Tiara in 2023 was 1:23.85 and there was just 7.8L that separated the entire field.

Check out the full Tattersall’s Tiara results below:

13PALAISIPANChris MunceChris Munce-1257kg
26ROOTSChris WallerTim Clark0.5L657kg
38CHAILLOTSteven O’Dea & Matthew HoystedBen Thompson0.8L757kg
45CHAIN OF LIGHTNINGPeter G MoodyDamien Thornton1.2L557kg
516OPAL RIDGELuke PepperTyler Schiller (a/51.5kg)1.46L455.5k
64FOXY FRIDAAndrew NobletBilly Egan1.5L1657kg
710EXCELIDABen & JD HayesMs Celine Gaudray (a/53kg)1.7L957kg
811COMRADE ROSATony GollanRyan Maloney1.9L357kg
917REVOLUTIONARY MISSPeter & Paul SnowdenJoshua Parr2.1L1755.5k
1015RUTHLESS DAME (NZ)Ciaron Maher & David EustaceJohn Allen2.9L1555.5k
119LADY OF HONOURBen & JD HayesJames Orman3.1L157kg
122KIKUChris WallerKerrin McEvoy3.3L1357kg
137MIRRA VISIONPeter & Paul SnowdenLarry Cassidy3.8L1457kg
1413SHE’S ALL CLASSCiaron Maher & David EustaceJake Bayliss5.3L857kg
1514TYCOON EVIEPeter & Paul SnowdenMark Du Plessis5.4L1157kg
161ELECTRIC GIRLMichael, Wayne & John HawkesJaden Lloyd (a/54kg)5.7L257kg
1712CHARMMEBABY (NZ)Lawrie Mayfield-SmithAndrew Mallyon7.8L1057kg

Tattersall’s Tiara Replay

As expected, the Tattersall’s Tiara was completely action-packed. You can relive all the action through the race replay video below:

Tattersall’s Tiara Winners

Over the years, we’ve seen some amazing winners of the Tattersall’s Tiara. If you’d like to learn more about the recent history of Tattersall’s Tiara winners, we’ve put together this table just for you! Check it out below:

2020Race not held
2018Prompt Response
2017Tycoon Tara
2016Miss Cover Girl
2014Cosmic Endeavour
2013Red Tracer
2012Pear Tart

Tattersall’s Tiara FAQs

We’d like to think that we’ve answered all the questions you have about the Tattersall’s Tiara. But just in case we haven’t, we have put together this Tattersall’s Tiara FAQs section that includes all the most common questions people have about the race. Check out the FAQs below:

Where to bet on the Tattersall’s Tiara?

There are plenty of places that are available to you if you’d like to bet on the Tattersall’s Tiara. If you aren't exactly sure where to start, we recommend checking out our bookie reviews page. On that page, we have heaps of details about each of the top bookies in Australia and that should make your decision a bit easier.

How to bet on the Tattersall’s Tiara?

If you’re not sure how to bet on the Tattersall’s Tiara, you should check out our bookie reviews page. One of the sections in our review includes information on all the markets available with each bookie, as well as a step-by-step guide to placing a bet.

How to watch the Tattersall’s Tiara?

If you want to watch the Tattersall’s Tiara in Australia, you’ve got three main options available to you. You can watch the race on free-to-air, watch the race through a paid service (like Kayo or Foxtel), or you can watch the race through a bookie if they offer live-streaming services.

When is the Tattersall’s Tiara?

The Tattersall’s Tiara is scheduled for Saturday 29th June 2024 and will be one of the key races on what we expect to be an epic day of racing.

How long is the Tattersall’s Tiara?

The Tattersall’s Tiara is slated at a distance of 1,400m and only features fillies and mares.

Where is the Tattersall’s Tiara?

The Tattersall’s Tiara takes place each year at Eagle Farm Racecourse in Brisbane.

Who won the most recent edition of the Tattersall’s Tiara?

In 2023, we saw Palaisipan win the Tattersall’s Tiara. The favourite, Opal Ridge, never really got going and wasn’t able to even place in the race.

What is the prize money for the Tattersall’s Tiara?

As the Tattersall’s Tiara is a Group 1 race, there’s a lot of prize money on the line, $700K to be exact.

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