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Queen's Plate 2011 -- Field Size and Winning Post Position

This year's Queen's Plate is the first renewal of the event since 2000 that has attracted a field of 15 or more horses. In 152 years, it is just the 34th time in the race's history that this has happend. Here is a quick list representing their winning post and the price the winner returned. 

Date -- Field Size -- PP -- Odds

2000 – 16 horses – post 13 – 7-2

1999 – 17 horses – post 1 – 7-2

1989 – 15 horses – post 8 – 1-1

1982 – 18 horses – post 5 – 8-1

1981 – 16 horses – post 11 – 8-1

1980 – 18 horses – post 16 – 20-1

1973 – 17 horses – post 3 – 23-1

1972 – 15 horses – post 3 – 6-1

1970 – 15 horses – post 5 – 5-2

1963 – 19 horses – post 10 – 3-1

1959 – 20 horses – post 18 – 6-1

1955 – 17 horses – post 11 – 5-1

1953 – 19 horses – post 17 – 3-5

1952 – 21 horses – post 2 – 11-1

1951 – 21 horses – post 2 – 3-1

1948 – 16 horses – post 3 – 5-2

1947 – 16 horses – post 6 – 17-1

1945 – 16 horses – post 13 – 1-2

1937 – 16 horses – post 5 – 4-1

1933 – 22 horses – post 12 – 5-2

1930 – 18 horses – post 3 – 14-1

1929 – 18 horses – post 15 – 13-1

1927 – 16 horses – post 3 – 5-2

1925 – 15 horses – post 8 – 9-2

1924 – 15 horses – post 6 – 95-1

1907 – 16 horses – post 9 – 15-1

1903 – 15 horses – post n/a – 5-2

1902 – 18 horses – post n/a – 5-2

1901 – 15 horses – post n/a – 4-5

1900 – 15 horses – post n/a – 1-1

1892 – 16 horses – post n/a – 2-1

1884 – 15 horses – post n/a – 15-5

1868 – 15 horses – post n/a - n/a

 

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