BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes

The BRC Sires' Produce Stakes is a Group 2 race run at Eagle Farm Racecourse on Kingsford Smith Cup Day as a lead-up to the JJ Atkins each Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival.

2019 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes Results

  • 1st: #2 Strasbourg
  • 2nd: #1 Accession
  • 3rd: #5 Garibaldi



The Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes – formerly the QTC Sires’ Produce Stakes – is a 1400m set weights race that is specifically held for two year old horses. Held at Brisbane’s Eagle Farm Racecourse in late May or early June, the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes is currently worth a generous $400,000 in prize money. The event has been held on Kingsford-Smith Cup Day since 2017, which is headlined by the Group 1 Kingsford-Smith Cup (1300m) for Stradbroke Handicap-bound horses.

Many of the race entrants will come via a run in Doomben’s Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) held at Doomben Racecourse a fortnight earlier and will continue onto a Stradbroke Handicap Day run in the Group 1 JJ Atkins (1600m), a double last achieved by Sizzling (2012).

The BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2019 ran on Saturday Saturday May 25, 2019 and was won by the Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Strasbourg. 

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Info:

Date:
Saturday May 25, 2019
Track:
Eagle Farm Racecourse
Distance:
1400m
Race Type:
2YOs – Set Weights
Status:
Group 2
Prize money:
$400,000

2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Results

  • 1st: #2 Strasbourg
  • 2nd: #1 Accession
  • 3rd: #5 Garibaldi

The BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2019 results saw Team Snowden’s expensive colt Strasbourg cement his future value at stud with a narrow victory over the $3.80 favourite Accession, who was brave in defeat, ahead of a Group 1 run in the JJ Atkins over the mile in a fortnight.

Read more on the 2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes victory by Strasbourg now.

Finish # Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Br. Wgt. SP
1 2 STRASBOURG Peter & Paul Snowden Tommy Berry 2 57kg $6
2 1 ACCESSION Chris Waller James McDonald 0.3L 6 57kg $3.80F
3 5 GARIBALDI Tony Gollan Jeff Lloyd 1.05L 7 57kg $26
4 3 CZARSON Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Blake Shinn 1.45L 1 57kg $4.40
5 8 BALLISTIC BOY Anderson Heathcote Racing Mark Du Plessis 2.7L 10 57kg $151
6 11 GEM OF SCOTLAND Rex Lipp James Orman 3.45L 12 55kg $4.20
7 6 DISRUPTOR Gary Portelli Larry Cassidy 5.2L 4 57kg $11
8 4 CREATOR Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 6.95L 8 57kg $21
9 10 FLYBRIDGE Barry Lockwood Dale Smith 7.05L 13 57kg $201
10 15 WRITTEN WITH EASE Stuart Kendrick Michael Walker 8.55L 11 55kg $101
11 12 OH FIVE GLORY Peter & Will Hulbert Taylor Marshall 11.8L 3 55kg $41
12 14 GRAND SCHOLAR Tony McEvoy Jamie Kah 17.3L 5 55kg $16
13 13 SIZZLING BABE Neville Saunders Les Tilley 17.7L 9 55kg $201
9 ROTHENBURG Matthew James Dunn 0
7 TWENTYFOUR CARAT John O’Shea Michael Cahill 0

2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Betting

The week of Kingsford-Smith Cup Day, bookmakers around the country including Ladbrokes.com.au release the official BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2019 odds and the updated markets following the final acceptances will be available right here.

2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Field

The BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes field attracts a line-up of smart winter two-year-olds that may have had an earlier Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival campaign interstate. Plenty of the youngsters in the field are having their first look at the 1400m distance and graduates out of the Champagne Classic two weeks earlier at Brisbane’s other key track – Doomben – make-up a large number of the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes final acceptances.

The 2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Final Field & Barriers are set for release on Wednesday May 22 and will be published in full below.

The official BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes field drew a line-up of 15 quality two-year-olds including the Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott-trained Stratum colt Czarson coming off a lead-up second in the Champagne Classic behind Kingsford Smith Cup hopeful Dubious. Peter & Paul Snowden saddle-up the only last start winner in the field with Redoute’s Choice colt Creator coming off a victory at Hawkesbury from April 27.

Update: The 2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes field is down to 13 starters after the early scratching of the John O’Shea-trained TWENTYFOUR CARAT (6) and ROTHENBURG (13) who had drawn near the outside

# Form (Last 10) Horse Trainer Jockey Br. Wgt.
1 21124×2 ACCESSION Chris Waller James McDonald 7 57kg
2 12×5282 STRASBOURG Peter & Paul Snowden Tommy Berry 2 57kg
3 114×22 CZARSON Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Blake Shinn 1 57kg
4 3×41 CREATOR Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 9 57kg
5 15×64 GARIBALDI Tony Gollan Jeff Lloyd 8 57kg
6 2×26 DISRUPTOR Gary Portelli Larry Cassidy 4 57kg
7 3×64 TWENTYFOUR CARAT John O’Shea Michael Cahill 6 57kg
8 18 BALLISTIC BOY Anderson Heathcote Racing Mark Du Plessis 11 57kg
9 524 ROTHENBURG Matthew James Dunn TBA 13 57kg
10 7 FLYBRIDGE Barry Lockwood Dale Smith 15 57kg
11 1×1112 GEM OF SCOTLAND Rex Lipp James Orman 14 55kg
12 2165×37 OH FIVE GLORY Peter & Will Hulbert Taylor Marshall 3 55kg
13 86143160 SIZZLING BABE Neville Saunders Les Tilley 10 55kg
14 3×52 GRAND SCHOLAR Tony McEvoy Jamie Kah 5 55kg
15 2×394 WRITTEN WITH EASE Stuart Kendrick Michael Walker 12 55kg

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Nominations

The official BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2019 nominations are out the Monday of race week.

BRC Sires Produce Stakes History

First won by Goldfinder in 1913, the BRC Sires Produce Stakes has held Group 2 status since 2006 and also between 1980 and 1986. Although the event was not held for four years from 1942 to 1945 there have been several notable winners including Tulloch in 1957.

The Champagne Classic/Sires Produce Stakes double has been won by only two recent horses, Virage de Fortune (2005) and Lovely Jubly (2002). Since 1989, the fastest winning time was recorded by Lovely Jubly in 2002 with 1 minute 21.4 seconds while the slowest time was by Zamoff in 1989 with 1 minute 27.7 seconds.


BRC Sires Produce Stakes Winners

BRC Sires Produce Stakes results, winners and winning times since 2000 are below.

Year

Place

Horse

Time

2020
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
TBD
TBD
2nd TBD
3rd TBD
2019
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Strasbourgh
1 minute 22.16 seconds
2nd Accession
3rd Garibaldi
2018
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Lean Mean Machine
1 minute 22.66 seconds
2nd Zousain
3rd Boomsara
2017
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Melody Belle
1 minute 25.66 seconds
2nd Taking Aim
3rd Pierata
2016
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Attention
1 minute 19.0 seconds
2nd Dreams Aplenty
3rd Nikitas
2015
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Look To The Stars
1 minute 19.55 seconds
2nd Blueberry Hill
3rd Cylinder Beach
2014
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Time For War
1 minute 18.7 seconds
2nd Brazen Beau
3rd Looks Like The Cat
2013
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Zoustar
1 minute 20.5 seconds
2nd Vilanova
3rd Bound For Earth
2012
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Sizzling
1 minute 26.4 seconds
2nd Academus
3rd Dances On Stars
2011
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Hot Snitzel
1 minute 23.3 seconds
2nd Playtime
3rd Mahisara
2010
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Pressday
1 minutes 23.4 seconds
2nd Jesse’s Girl
3rd Levi’s Choice
2009
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Shoot Out
1 minute 25.9 seconds
2nd Impulsive Dream
3rd Carrara
2008
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Fravashi
1 minute 26.2 seconds
2nd Rockdale
3rd Cat D Antibes
2007
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Masked Assassin
1 minute 24.6 seconds
2nd Diamond Deck
3rd Kyros
2006
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Danleigh
1 minute 23.4 seconds
2nd Gold Edition
3rd Upper Echelon
2005
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Virage De Fortune
1 minute 21.5 seconds
2nd Upilio
3rd Testafiable
2004
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Star Shiraz
1 minute 22.3 seconds
2nd Midnight City
3rd Rule Of Engagement
2003
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Ambulance
1 minute 23.6 seconds
2nd Sir Dex
3rd Bushland
2002
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Lovely Jubly
1 minute 21.4 seconds
2nd Sir Breakfast
3rd Saddlers Silk
2001
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Juanmo
1 minute 21.9 seconds
2nd Counter Agent
3rd Jar Jar Binks
2000
BRC Sires Produce Stakes
1st
Reenact
1 minute 22.5 seconds
2nd Adjudicator
3rd Rapid Man

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