2016 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Odds and Betting Update

May 26th, 2016

Fourteen two-year-olds have been confirmed in the final field for Saturday’s 2016 Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1350m) at Doomben Racecourse; offering punters exceptional value from a betting standpoint and several key opportunities to place a winning wager.

Souchez remains favourite in 2016 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes betting markets. Photo: Steve Hart

Souchez remains favourite in 2016 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets. Photo: Steve Hart

Godolphin runner Souchez is yet to finish outside the first three through four impressive career starts and remains outright $3 favourite in 2016 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets with leading online bookie Ladbrokes.com.au.

Debuting for an impressive win in the Schweppes Maiden Plate (1100m) at Rosehill on December 19th, Souchez returned from a brief freshen up for third in the Group 2 Skyline Stakes (1200m) on February 27th.

Having posted a maiden an impressive black type win in the Group 2 Pago Pago Stakes (1200m) on March 12th, the Lonhro colt is sure to have taken plenty of benefit from a credible third in the Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) at Doomben a fortnight ago.

James McDonald will return to the saddle of the two-year-old, who will be tough to beat from the ideal barrier 2.

Neither Attention nor Cadogan are yet to herald much interest in 2016 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets, but the talented pair remain locked on the second line at generous $7 quotes for success.

Debuting for second in the International Animal Health Plate (1100m) in November before immediately returning to the paddock, the Attention clearly need a run when returning this year for seventh in the Pago Pago Stakes, but responded with a classy win in the Group 3 The Schweppervescence (1400m) on March 26th.

Failing to handle the late pace in the Group 1 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) on Day 1 of The Championships, the Stratum colt savaged the line for second in the Champagne Classic two weeks and should relish the conditions of the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes this weekend.

Cadogan debuted to racing for fifth in the All Too Hard Maiden Handicap (1100m) on April 20th before running on for a credible third in the Pro Ride Maiden Handicap (1100m) a fortnight later.

Having broken through for a maiden race win in the TAB.com.au Handicap (1400m) on May 18th, the Smart Missile colt will undoubtedly require luck in running from barrier 14 in the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes.

Local runners Nikitas ($14) and Oink ($20) both represent terrific value at current double-figure 2016 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes odds.

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