Queen's Plate Day Handle Second-Highest in Event's History

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Safe Conduct holds on in the Queen's Plate Michael Burns Photo

A total of $16,122,170 was wagered on Sunday's 13-race Queen's Plate card at Woodbine, including $3,491,564 on the feature. The total handle for the day is second-only to the 2019 event total of $18,005,973 and tops the 2020 handle of $14,532,678 by 11%.

“This year's Queen's Plate brought the energy of our great sport back in full-force to Woodbine with an outstanding crowd and thrilling racing,” said Jim Lawson. “It's evident that this excitement was felt across North America and we're elated to see the support this great day of racing received as part of the continued growth of the Woodbine brand. On behalf of Woodbine, a sincere thank you to our staff, partners, horse racing community, horseplayers and fans for adding to the storied history of The Queen's Plate.”

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