Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC

Sires Produce Stakes BRC, Eagle Farm

Looking for early info on this year’s Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC? The experts at Neds have put together everything you need to know before this year’s race.

Run over 1,200 metres, the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC is a Group 2 race exclusively for 2 year olds, taking place at Eagle Farm Racecourse. With an $400,000 prize purse, it attracts a lot of nationwide talent each year.

This race itself serves as an excellent lead in to the JJ Atkins, taking place at Doomben Racecourse in the following month.

From 1882 to 1979, the race was run as a Principal Race. From 1980-1986, it was held as a Group 2 race. It was upgraded to Group 1 for eighteen years in 1987. Since 2006, it has been a Group 2 race again.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC 2019 – Quick Information

  • Race Day: Saturday, May 25th, 2019
  • Track Location: Eagle Farm Racecourse
  • Track Surface: Turf
  • Track Direction: Right-handed
  • Race Distance: 1,400 metres
  • Weight Conditions: Set weights
  • Qualification: Two year olds
  • Type: Thoroughbred
  • Grade: Group 1
  • Operator: Brisbane Racing Club
  • Prize Purse: $400,000
  • Inaugural Race: 1882

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Betting

There are many different ways to bet on the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC, we’ve included some of the most popular options below:

Bet Type How To Place This Type Of Bet In This Year’s  Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC
Win Bet Place your bet on the horse you think will take first place in this year’s Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC.
Place Bet Place your bet on the horse you think will place in the top three finishers at this year’s Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC. Pays less than a win bet, but offers safer odds.
Each-Way Bet If your runner finishes 1st in the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC, you will collect both the Win and the Place dividend. If your horse finishes 2nd or 3rd you will collect the Place dividend.
Quinella Bet You must select the runners that finish 1st and 2nd in any order, within the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC, in order to win the Quinella.
Exacta Bet You must select the runners that finish 1st and 2nd in the correct order, within the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC to win the Exacta.
Trifecta Bet You must select runners to finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the correct order, within the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC to win the Trifecta.
First Four You must select runners that finish 1st, 2nd ,3rd and 4th in the correct order, within the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC to win the First 4.
Quadrella Bet (Quaddie) You must select the winners of four nominated races to win the Quaddie. This means you would have to select three other races apart from the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC, in order to be eligible to place a Quaddie.

How To Bet On The Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC

  1. Join up at neds.com.au
  2. Make a deposit, using your credit card, PayPal or other safe electronic method
  3. Make sure to check out form guide, once it’s released
  4. Decide what kind of bet you’re going to place (Win, Place, Each-Way, Trifecta + more betting options, please read our section on Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Betting above).
  5. Select the horse(s) for the race.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC 2019 Odds

Early market odds are displayed below. If you would like to know the current odds, you can check our live market for the 2019 edition of the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC here.

(Please note that the odds below are from 26/04/2019, prior to nominations or acceptances).

All In Win Odds Place Odds

Which Horse Will Win The Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC

The best way to pick who will win the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC is to take into account the form, assess the barriers, consider the weight the horse will carry, among other factors.

Additional factors to take into considerations are as follows:

  • Distance – Make sure you back a runner that can win at distances of at least 1,200 metres.
  • Best Lead Up – The Champagne Classic is your best predictor for this race.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Favourites

Early favourites include TBA #1, TBA #2, TBA #3 and TBA #4.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC 2019 Field

Once nominations are released, we will display the most likely runners in the below.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC 2019 Tips

Favourite: TBC.

Best Bet: TBC.

Best Roughie: TBC.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Race Day

Race day takes place on Saturday, the 25th of May, 2019.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Barrier Draw

The 2019 Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC barrier draw will be released to the public a few days before the race.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Nominations

Nominations close at 11 AM on Monday, the 19th of May, 2019.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Weights

Set weights apply to this race. Colts and geldings run at 57 kg, while fillies run at 55kg. Final weights are announced at 4 PM on Tuesday, the 21st of May, 2019.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Acceptances

Acceptances must be declared before 9:00 AM on Wednesday, the 22nd of May, 2019.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Jockeys

The final riders announcement is at 12 PM on Wednesday, the 22nd of May, 2019.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Scratchings

Scratchings close at 7:30 AM on Saturday, the 25th of May, 2019.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Prize Money

The Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC prize purse is worth $400,000 in total, distributed from places first through to tenth.

Place Prize Money
1st $232,000
2nd $74,000
3rd $38,000
4th $20,000
5th $11,000
6th $5,000
7th $5,000
8th $5,000
9th $5,000
10th $5,000

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Race Number

The Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC is race number 2 on the 25th of May, 2019. There are nine races in total that day at Eagle Farm Racecourse.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Form Guide

The final form guide will be available the week of the race. You can check our full form guide closer to race day to see if the form guide for 2019’s Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC has been released.

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Live

You can watch or listen to the 2019 Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC live, across the following mediums.

Pay television: Sky Racing 1 (channel 526 on Foxtel)

Radio: Radio Sport National

Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC Winners

Winners of the Sires’ Produce Stakes BRC for the past nineteen years are displayed in the table below. If you would like to see results going further back in history, please visit our winners page for this race.

Year Winner Trainer Jockey Weight Time
2018 Lean Mean Machine Chris Waller Corey Brown 57 kgs 1:19.92
2017 Melody Belle Jamie Richards Opie Bosson 55 kgs 1:25.66
2016 Attention Paul Snowden Blake Shinn 57 kgs 1:19.09
2015 Look To The Stars Clarry Conners Luke Tarrant 55 kgs 1:19.55
2014 Time For War Gerald Ryan Tye Angland 57 kgs 1:18.75
2013 Zoustar Chris Waller Jim Cassidy 57 kgs 1:20.53
2012 Sizzling Kelso Wood Chris Munce 57 kgs 1:26.38
2011 Hot Snitzel Gerald Ryan Hugh Bowman 56 kgs 1:23.35
2010 Pressday Chris Waller Jim Cassidy 56 kgs 1:23.48
2009 Shoot Out John Wallace Daniel Griffin 56 kgs 1:25.99
2008 Fravashi Peter Snowden Corey Brown 56.5 kgs 1:26.42
2007 Masked Assassin Peter Moody Luke Nolen 56.5 kgs 1:24.69
2006 Danleigh Bob Thomsen Michael Rodd 55.5 kgs 1:23.41
2005 Virage De Fortune Bruce McLachlan Greg Childs 53 kgs 1:21.50
2004 Star Shiraz Rex Lipp Glen Boss 53 kgs 1:22.30
2003 Ambulance John Hawkes Scott Galloway 55.5 kgs 1:23.60
2002 Lovely Jubly David Throsby Brett Prebble 53 kgs 1:21.40
2001 Juanmo Alan Bailey Glen Colless 53 kgs 1:21.90
2000 Reenact Jack Denham Gavan Duffy 55.5 kgs 1:22.50