Whilst many consider the Golden Slipper a throw at the dart board with a full field of lightly raced two year olds, generally speaking the Sires Produce provides a much sounder betting proposition with a last start run in a high pressure Group 1 race...
In a hurry? We’ve listed all the quick facts that you need to know about the Sires Produce Stakes:
|Date||Saturday, 1st April, 2023|
|Racecourse||Randwick Racecourse, NSW, Australia|
The Sires Produce Stakes is a Group 1 race which takes place each year in late March / early April. The race in 2023 will be held on Saturday 1st of April at Randwick Racecourse. Looking back to the race in 2022, it was won by Fireburn.
The Sires Produce Stakes was first run in 1867 and was won by Glencoe who later went on to win the 1868 Melbourne Cup.
The race has been run over varying distances in its history, from 6 furlongs (1200m) to a mile (1600m) before settling on the current distance of 1400m at Royal Randwick.
In recent times, there have been two stables that have dominated this race. Gai Waterhouse has trained a record number of 7 winners, but hot on her heels is Team Snowden who have won this race on 5 occasions.
The winners of this race are a who’s who of Australian turf history and include Hall Mark (1933), Ajax (1937), Tulloch (1957), Luskin Star (1977) and Pierro (2012).
The race forms the middle leg of the ATC two-year-old Triple Crown with the first leg being the Golden Slipper and the final leg the Champagne Stakes.
George Moore and Shane Dye have both ridden 6 winners of the Sires Produce Stakes and they hold the record.
The Sires Produce Stakes is an Australian Group 1 held at Randwick Racecourse, it is one of the major races in the Autumn Racing Carnival and the $1 million prizemoney attached to it means the race brings in some of the best horses around the country, and even internationally, to Sydney. It also attracts many of us Aussies who enjoy having a casual punt on horse racing. Our expert tipsters will put together a list of their best Sires Produce Stakes tips so you can bet with confidence.
Due to the fact that the nominations are yet to be accepted for the 2023 Sires Produce Stakes, it is difficult to provide updates at this time about our tips. However, as we get closer to the Autumn Racing Carnival, the horses that are aiming for this race will become clearer, and this is the time we will be able to provide you with updates. If you are looking for great Sires Produce Stakes horse tips, then we will keep you updated with which horses are most likely to be running.
Unfortunately there are no Aussie bookies that are currently providing Sires Produce Stakes odds, but we will keep an eye on the bookies, and as soon as there are odds available, we will bring it through to you. When looking for Sires Produce Stakes tips, we have listed some key factors to success in the betting section below.
We will list The Sharks’ Sires Produce Stakes best tips for the race this year closer to the big day. Make sure you regularly check back on this page for updates!
Our tips are not out for the Sires Produce Stakes in 2023 as it is too far out from the event. But the good news is that when the final field for the Sires Produce Stakes is announced, we will provide guidance on each and every runner in the 2023 Sires Produce Stakes.
You will find all this information below, when it becomes available. Stay tuned!
There are a lot of important factors to consider before betting on the Sires Produce Stakes. Make sure you have a read on below before you place your bets:
Is Previous Sires Produce Stakes Form a Good Indicator of Future Success?
Being a race that is restricted to two-year-olds they only get the one chance to take on this race.
A couple of aspects that form students may want to look at is the successful sires of the past runnings of this race. Look for those sires that have produced horses to win over the 1400m.
Also you may want to identify those trainers that have had their youngsters primed for this race over the last couple of years.
Should I Bet On The Favourite in the Sires Produce Stakes?
In 2022, Fireburn won as the $2.40, and Anamoe started odds on before winning here in 2021, but prior to that King’s Legacy (2020) started at $19 before saluting.
You will often find that if the Golden Slipper winner contests this race, they will start the favourite and the last runner to complete the Slipper-Sires Produce double was Fireburn (2022).
Formlines from Lead Up Races
The logical lead-up race to the Sires Produce is the Golden Slipper which forms the first leg of the Triple Crown. There have been 15 winners of the Golden Slipper-Sires Produce double with the last winner being Fireburn (2022).
But it may not be the winner of the Slipper to look for as a guide but more those horses running on from the back looking for the 1400m. Of the last 28 runnings of the Sires Produce, 19 of the winners have come through the Golden Slipper.
Race is restricted to two-year-olds.
The race is run under set-weights which should give the best juveniles their chance to shine on a level playing field. The fillies have a 2kg advantage on the boys.
Fillies have won the Sires Produce on 39 occasions with the most recent filly to win Fireburn (2022).
Our Sires Produce Stakes best bets for 2023 are not out just yet, make sure you keep an eye out on this page as we will provide more details about our best bets when the final field is announced.
You will find our best bets below once available. Stay tuned!
Well before the Sires Produce Stakes field is released – many online bookmakers will open early markets, or all-in markets, for Sires Produce Stakes betting. This is known as the best time to bet on your horse because you might be able to get awesome odds on your choice.
Once the bookies release their 2022 Sires Produce Stakes odds, they will tend to fluctuate each day in the lead up to the race. There are a number of things that cause this, but when we get a better idea of the quality of horses that will be targeting the Sires Produce Stakes, as well as their recent form, you will see the odds change a lot more.
If you choose to place bets in these early markets, it means you could find the favourite at odds of $10 or more. So, if your horse does go on to win, you will get more return on your investment! However, there is increased risk if you choose to go down this path, and it is important you are aware of the risks.
Depending on when you place your 2022 Sires Produce Stakes futures bet, your horse may not even get a run, but you unfortunately also won’t get your money back, occurring when the market is ‘All-In’ or closer to the race date. If you are looking to have a punt when it says ‘Before Noms’, then you’ll have the security of receiving your money back if your horse doesn’t run in the Sires Produce Stakes.
The 2022 Sires Produce Stakes odds are yet to be released by all the major Aussie bookies. Although you can check back here closer to race day, as we will have the odds displayed here for you!
Every 2YO horses dream, the Golden Slipper / Sires Produce Stakes double was up for grabs for Golden Slipper winner Fireburn. Due to her great Golden Slipper win in the rain, it was this filly that went in as the $2.40 favourite. It was her Golden Slipper win that really put her on the map, but prior to that race, she did win the Group 2 Sweet Embrace Stakes.
On the next line of betting was Showcourt and She’s Extreme, both starting at $8.50. Showcourt had put in a good performance in his trial prior to this race, and before that he finished 4th in the Group 2 Todman Stakes. She’s Extreme was one of the many runners that contested the Golden Slipper prior to this race, but she finished down in 7th there.
The only other runner that was under double digit odds was Daumier, starting at $9.00. He previously contested the Golden Slipper, and finished an unlucky 4th. But before the Golden Slipper, he did win the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes.
Despite the Heavy 9 track, which can sometimes throw up surprisingly results, it was in fact the favourite that got the chocolates in the 2022 Sires Produce Stakes. Fireburn started as the $2.40 favourite, and was able to navigate through the field to get the win for trainer Gary Portelli.
In second place was She’s Extreme, finishing 1.43L behind Fireburn. She’s Extreme was in second place by the 800m mark, but that was all the filly could manage, after coming across from the widest barrier of all.
Wrapping up the minor placings was Let’srollthedice, who had tasty place odds of $3.40. Let’srollthedice was pretty much last at the 800m mark, but put on his stakes to get closer to the front of the pack. At the end of the day, it just wasn’t enough to run down Fireburn or She’s Extreme, and he finished 5.37L behind the leader.
For all those first four bettors out there, it was Daumier who finished in 4th place, after leading at both the 800m and 400m mark. The colt was unable to keep the lead and was swallowed up by Fireburn, She’s Extreme and Let’srollthedice, finishing 6.77L off the pace.
You’ve read the words, now watch the video! Have a squiz below at the 2022 Sires Produce Stakes race:
The results for the upcoming Sires Produce Stakes are not yet available, but in the meantime, you can have a look below at all the recent past winners:
|2018||El Dorado Dreaming||Oohood||Outrageous|
|2017||Invader||Summer Passage||Trapeze Artist|
|2016||Yankee Rose||Teleprion||Faraway Town|
|2015||Pride Of Dubai||Odyssey Moon (DH)||Rageese (DH)|
|2014||Peggy Jean||Scratch Me Lucky||Cornrow|
|2012||Pierro||All Too Hard||Limes|
|2011||Helmet||Uate||Pane In The Glass|