Queen Anne Stakes Betting Tips, Trends, Predictions – Royal Ascot 2017

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Jun/18/2017

Horse Racing Digest has your Queen Anne Stakes hot trends in the video below with early odds appear by scrolling further down. 

Among the top trends to consider, trainer Aiden O’Brien has won two of the last three and three of the last eight of these races.

Recent trends also indicate that the favorite will be hard to beat

Ennaadd at 20/1 odds is also considered by Horse Racing Digest.

Bet on Horses at USRacing Today!

Ribchester (4/5)

Lightning Spear (9/2)

Mutakayyef (7/1)

Deauville (12/1)

Dutch Connection (16/1)

Cougar Mountain (20/1)

Ennaadd (20/1)

American Patriot (20/1)

Miss Temple City (25/1)

Kool Kompany (33/1)

Oh This Is Us (33/1)

Spectre (33/1)

Kaspersky (50/1)

Jallota (66/1)

Toscanini (66/1)

Dutch Uncle (100/1)

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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