Supplementary entries will close at 11:00 on Thursday, December 31 while declarations close at 11:00 on Monday, January 4.
Snaith’s other two horse are 2019 winner Do It Again and Dark Jet.
2021 RACE WILL BE THE 160TH QUEEN’S PLATE
The Eric Sands-trained Rainbow Bridge is second favourite, followed by Sands’ second runner, Golden Ducat.
Next year’s L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate – assuming it goes ahead in light of the recent Covid-19 Level 3 lockdown – will be the 160th running of the prestigious event.
The race will not be open to spectators other than owners and trainers.
The 2020 winner, Vardy, will not be racing.
L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate 2021 field (under number, horse, trainer, merit rating):
|8||Do It Again||Justin Snaith||133|
|3||Golden Ducat||Eric Sands||128|
|2||Hudoo Magic (AUS)||Brett Crawford||110|
|1||Jet Dark||Justin Snaith||109|
|5||Rainbow Bridge||Eric Sands||134|
|9||Silver Operator||Vaughan Marshall||109|
|6||Super Silvano||Brett Crawford||104|