2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Odds and Betting Update

May 21st, 2015

A talented and capacity field of 16 has been confirmed for Saturday’s 2015 Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1350m) at Doomben, offering punters exceptional value from a betting perspective and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

Wicked Intent currently occupies the second line of 2015 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes betting. Photo: Daniel Costello

Wicked Intent currently occupies the second line of 2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting. Photo: Daniel Costello

Blueberry Hill has contested a particularly impressive four race career so far and has maintained status as favourite in 2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets at Ladbrokes.com.au as a result; currently available at a generous quote of $4.80.

Taking out a pair of Queensland minor sprints for two-year-olds upon her debut, the Myboycharlie filly was unlucky to be blocked for a run in the Group 3 Kevin Russell Memorial Stakes (1200m) on April 25th, but mustered an impressive turn of foot to finish a close second.

Charging home to win the Group 2 Champagne Classic (1350m) at Doomben a fortnight ago, Blueberry Hill will be partnered by regular hoop Larry Cassidy and arguably offers the best value for money as a selection in a BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes quinella or trifecta bet.

Wicked Intent and Payroll both ran second in their most recent appearances on course and remain tied on the second line of 2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets at a quote of $5 each.

The stable star of new trainer and former jockey Chris Munce, Wicked Intent won his first three competitive starts including the Listed Phelan Ready Plate (1050m) on December 13th.

Placing a close second to Mishani Honcho in the Group 3 McLachlan Stakes (1200m) on December 27th, the son of Wicked Style failed to match the late pace when sixth in the Gold Coast Magic Millions 2.y.o Guineas (1200m) and returned to the paddock.

Having placed second in the Champagne Classic, Wicked Intent will need luck from barrier 14 but has been confirmed to be partnered by leading local Damien Browne.

Payroll was arguably the biggest winner of all leading 2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes contender at Wednesday’s barrier draw when allocated the ideal gate 4, and will have no issue carrying 55kgs in Saturday’s Group 2.

Winning a Sale maiden over 1200m on debut, the Not A Single Doubt filly ran fifth in the Campolina Stud Breeders’ Stakes (1200m) on March 28th before a close performance for second in the Listed Thoroughbred Club Cup (1200m) on May 2nd.

The Chris Waller-trained Counterattack has found competitive form over his short racing career and arguably offers punters the best value for money to win the 2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes at $6.50 odds.

Interestingly figuring as the only other runner currently available at a quote of less-than $10 in 2015 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets, Bring A Secret has so-far received the greatest market share of attention from punters, who have seen the two-year-old in from opening odds of $15 to sit at $9.

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