Coronation Stakes

Coronation Stakes Tips & Predictions


DateFriday June 22, 2019
TrackRoyal Ascot
Distance1603m
ClassGroup 1
Race TypeSet weights
Prizemoney£430,000
Age3YO fillies

{Quality fillies have a good record in the Coronation Stakes and bookmakers pay out well.

{The highest-rated fillies in the race can pay anywhere between even money and 3/1.}

Open to three-year-old fillies, the Coronation Stakes has included winners such as Winter, Banks Hill and Lillie Langtry, making it one of the biggest fillies' races in the world.

Coronation Stakes day betting card 2019

The Coronation Stakes is one of two Group 1 races on the Royal Ascot card, which also features the Commonwealth Cup.

Race No.
Race Name
1Albany Stakes
2King Edward VII Stakes
3Commonwealth Cup
4Coronation Stakes
5Sandringham Stakes
6Duke of Edinburgh Stakes

Coronation Stakes betting selections & tips


We will have expert tips for the Coronation Stakes available when the final-field markets are released by bookmakers.

Coronation Stakes history

The Coronation Stakes was first run in 1840 and it was given Group 1 status in 1988.

Magic of Life was the first runner to win at Group 1 level for Jeremy Tree and that kick-starter a trend of high-quality winners.

The Coronation Stakes features fillies that have competed in feature Group 1 races earlier in the season. Lead-up races typically include the 1000 Guineas, Irish Guineas and the d'Essai des Pouliches in France for the international contingent.

Winter was an example of a filly which scored a win in the 1000 Guineas before winning at Royal Ascot.

Banks Bill added to the list of champion international runners. The French filly had run second in the French Guineas before winning the Coronation Stakes and the champion filly would later win at the Breeders' Cup meeting in the US.

Attraction was a popular winner in 2004. The Mark Johnston-trained runner was almost put down as a younger horse and she proved too strong once again by taking out the Coronation Stakes.

Coronation Stakes betting guide


Recent winners have paid good odds with bookmakers, including 2015 winner Ervedya and 2016 winner Qemah.

Ervedya paid 3/1 with bookmakers, which was considered good value because Found had taken most of the action with bookmakers. Found would later upset Golden Horn at the Breeders' Cup.

Bettors got value odds with Irish filly Rizeena, which paid 11/2 when scoring by just under a length for jockey Ryan Moore.

Fallen For You paid 12/1 when winning in 2012 for John Gosden. Homecoming Queen was the warm favourite with punters but it wasn't able to make any ground on Fallen For You.

Lillie Langtry was a heavily-supported winner in 2010, paying 7/2 with bookmakers.

There have been some short-priced favourites in recently, including 2009 winner Ghanaati (2/1) and 2017 winner Minding, which scored at skinny odds of 4/9 to give Aidan O'Brien another win in the Coronation Stakes.

Minding scored at the shortest odds since Attraction won as the 6/4 favourite in 2004.

Coronation Stakes winners


Year
Race Winner
2018Alpha Centauri
2017Winter
2016Qemah
2015Ervedya
2014Rizeena
2013Sky Lantern
2012Fallen For You
2011Immortal Verse
2010Lillie Langtry
2009Ghanaati
2008Lush Lashes
2007Indian Ink
2006Nannina
2005Maids Causeway
2004Attraction
2003Russian Rhythm
2002Sophisticat
2001Banks Hill
2000Crimplene
1999Balisada
1998Exclusive
1997Rebecca Sharp
1996Shake The Yoke
1995Ridgewood Pearl
1994Kissing Cousin
1993Gold Splash
1992Marling
1991Kooyonga
1990Chimes of Freedom
1989Golden Opinion
1988Magic of Life