2014 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes Final Field and Betting Update

April 11th, 2014

A less-than capacity field of just eight two-year-olds will line up for this weekend’s Group 3 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Morphettville Racecourse in South Australia, offering punters several key opportunities to place a winning bet.

Having burst onto the scene as one of South Australia’s leading two-year-old prospects, Go Indy Go has opened and maintained as clear favourite in betting markets for this weekend’s SA Sires’ Produce Stakes.

Unlucky to finish second by a nose in the Listed Cinderella Stakes (1050m) on debut on March 10th, the talented Bernardini filly overcame a poor jump and field position to finish just off the pace of classy two-year-old London Lolly in the Group 3 Breeders’ Stakes (1200m) last time out on March 29th.

Having been allocated the ideal barrier 3 for the SA Sires’ Produce Stakes, Go Indy Go will be partnered by regular jockey Jason Holder and is in prime position to secure a maiden race victory this weekend.

Also included in the final field for the 2014 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes, Felarof will have to overcome the wide barrier 9 if to return to the winner’s circle in this weekend’s Group 3.

Disappointing when 10th in the Listed Debutant Stakes (1000m) on debut in October, Felarof quickly reversed his fortunes when strolling away to win the Ascend Sales Plate (1200m) with ease first-up this season.

Fourth amongst classy competition over 1500 metres last time out, the Tale Of The Cat gelding will be partnered by in-form jockey Damian Lane in the 2014 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes, and offers punters exceptional value for money at current $5 odds.

Allocated the ideal barrier 4 for this weekend’s SA Sires’ Produce Stakes, Feels Like Home will carry a race-low weight of just 55.5ks, and will be partnered by champion jockey Dean Yendall.

Debuting with an impressive turn of foot to finish fourth in the Listed Desiree Gill Tribute Stakes (1000m) alongside several 2014 Golden Slipper contestants, Feels Like Home secured a maiden victory in the Sportsbet.com.au Maiden Plate (1112m) last time out on March 23rd.

Saddled by leading trainer Danny O’Brien at his Flemington stables in Melbourne, the More Than Ready filly arguably offers punters the best value for money for success in the 2014 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes at current $5.50 odds.

Figuring as the only SA Sires’ Produce Stakes entrant yet to contest a competitive event, Try Your Best will be offered a perfect chance to begin her racing career in the best way possible this weekend, having been allocated the ideal barrier 2 and confirmed to be partnered by in-form jockey Dom Tourneur.

Eastern Cape (barrier 6), Mako Magic (barrier 1), Excite A Shanty (barrier 7) and Innovative Jill (barrier 5) complete the final field for the 2014 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes.

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