2014 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Betting Update

May 22nd, 2014

A talented field of 15 two-year-olds have been confirmed to line up for the 2014 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1350m) at Doomben Racecourse this weekend, offering punters exceptional value and several key opportunities to place a winning bet.

Aimee offers sensational value in betting markets for success in the 2014 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes

Aimee offers sensational value in betting markets for success in the 2014 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes. Photo: Daniel Costello

Having started his racing career in sensational touch, Brazen Beau has opened as and maintained status as outright favourite for success in betting markets for the 2014 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes; offered at a quote of $2.50.

Debuting with an impressive turn of foot to finish nearly five lengths in the clear of Hampton Court in the Australian Turf Club Handicap (1100m) on February 5th, the I Am Invincible colt was unlucky to be hampered early and blocked for a run for fifth in the Listed Lonhro Plate (1100m) on March 8th.

Returning to racing with a scintillating run to win the Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) by more than two lengths last time out, Brazen Beau has been confirmed to be partnered by leading jockey Nash Rawiller, has been allocated the ideal barrier 5 and is without doubt the best chance of success in the 2014 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes.

Having received the greatest share of bets since final markets first opened on Wednesday, Pressing has been cut from an opening quote of nearly $10 to currently register as outright $6 second-favourite and clear market mover.

While allocated the slightly wide barrier 8, punters have responded to the news champion jockey Damien Oliver will take the ride at Doomben this weekend.

Contesting only two race starts since first appearing on course with a comfortably victory amongst classy company in the Mindy Green 2.y.o Plate (1200m) on April 12th, the Sebring colt more than stamped his claims as a leading contender for two-year-olds races over the 2014 Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival when strolling home to claim the Listed Sky High Mt Dandenong Stakes (1200m) last time out.

Trainer Mick Price has been thrilled with the way Pressing both travelled to Brisbane and has taken to work since arriving, and is expecting another polished performance from the exciting colt on Saturday.

Displaying a keen turn of foot to finish second to Brazen Beau in the Champagne Classic last time out, talented local Looks Like The Cat is yet to receive much more than a sprinkling of wagers for success in the 2014 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes, but currently features as third favourite for success in betting markets at generous $6.50 odds.

Comfortably winning the XXXX Gold 2.y.o Handicap (1200m) in his only other appearance on track prior to the Champagne Classic, trainer Tony Gollan has an understandably high opinion of the Husson colt, and is confident retaining jockey Damien Browne will be able to guide his entrant away from the awkward barrier 12 on Saturday.

Just two other runners currently figure at odds of less-than $10 to claim the 2014 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes crown; Aimee ($8) who will be chasing an impressive fifth straight victory on Saturday, and Time For War ($9), who strolled home to win the Group 2 Pago Pago Stakes (1200m) most notably during the autumn.

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