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In Pictures: Relive the 160th running of the Queen’s Plate

July 9, 2019

TORONTO, July 6, 2019 – One Bad Boy kicked off his quest for the OLG Canadian Triple Crown title and bonus by leading all the way in the 160th edition of the $1 million Queen’s Plate last Saturday at Woodbine.

The record-breaking Queen’s Plate day, with handle topping $18 million, featured an abundance of star power in stakes action.

Woodbine’s award-winning track photographer Michael Burns captured highlights from the post position draw all the way through to the 1-1/4-mile first leg of the of OLG Canadian Triple Crown. Relive all the action below.

The Queen’s Plate post position draw was held on Wednesday, June 26 in the Trackside Clubhouse at Woodbine. (Michael Burns Photo)
The post position order and morning line odds for the 2019 Queen’s Plate. (Michael Burns Photo)
Trainer Mark Casse discusses his Queen’s Plate contenders Federal Law and Skywire with media at the post position draw. (Michael Burns Photo)
Jim Lawson, CEO of Woodbine Entertainment, with some of the local Queen’s Plate jockeys at the post draw. L to R: Eurico Rosa Da Silva, Kazushi Kimura, Jeffery Alderson, Steve Bahen, Jim Lawson, Justin Stein, Rafael Hernandez, Alan Garcia. (Michael Burns Photo).
Avie’s Flatter (Michael Burns Photo)
Desert Ride (Michael Burns Photo)
Federal Law (Michael Burns Photo)
He’s a Macho Man (Michael Burns Photo)
Jammin Still (Michael Burns Photo)
Krachenwagen (Michael Burns Photo)
Lucas n’ Lori (Michael Burns Photo)
Moon Swings (Michael Burns Photo)
One Bad Boy (Michael Burns Photo)
Pay for Peace (Michael Burns Photo)
Rising Star (Michael Burns Photo)
Skywire (Michael Burns Photo)
Suitedconnected (Michael Burns Photo)
Tone Broke (Michael Burns Photo)
The jockeys ready for action on Queen’s Plate day. (Michael Burns Photo)
And they’re off in the 160th running of the Queen’s Plate… (Michael Burns Photo)
One Bad Boy leads the field into the first turn. (Michael Burns Photo)
The field heads down the backstretch in the 160th running of the Queen’s Plate. (Michael Burns Photo)
Queen’s Plate champion One Bad Boy leading through the stretch. (Michael Burns Photo)
One Bad Boy and jockey Flavien Prat winning the $1 million Queen’s Plate. (Michael Burns Photo)
Jockey Flavien Prat celebrates winning the Queen’s Plate aboard One Bad Boy. (Michael Burns Photo)
One Bad Boy and his connections head to the winner’s circle. (Michael Burns Photo)
Jockey Flavien Prat with co-owners Greg Hall and Brooke Hubbard in the winner’s circle. (Michael Burns Photo)