We have expert betting tips for the 2021 Sires Produce Stakes this Saturday at Randwick on Day 1 of The Championships.
Punters get to see the best juvenile runners that are looking for a little more distance. It’s always an intriguing race and some top-class two-year-olds have entered.
We have a runner-by-runner betting guide for the Sires Produce Stakes.
Best bets for Sires’ Produce Stakes 2021
Anamoe @ $2.10 Bet @ Sportsbet
Best Each Way Bet:
Four Moves Ahead @ $5 Bet @ Sportsbet
Lightsaber @ $8 Bet @ Sportsbet
Sires’ Produce Stakes Trifecta Tips
Punters should have four runners on their ticket for the Sires Produce Stakes trifecta.
- Four Moves Ahead
Sires’ Produce Stakes First-Four Tips
We have included six runners in our first-four selections for the Sires Produce Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
- Four Moves Ahead
- Tiger of Malay
Sires’ Produce Stakes Form Guide & Tips
1. Anamoe (Best Bet – $2.10) Bet @ Sportsbet
Anamoe’s run to finish second in the Golden Slipper was quite incredible and he is the clear top pick to win over 1400m on Saturday.
The James Cummings-trained colt sprinted from the top of the straight and almost chased down the winner, but he had to settle for second.
It was a huge effort, suggesting the 1400m is right up his alley. We are confident of a big run and the $2.10 is worth taking.
2. Captivant ($9.50) Bet @ Sportsbet
Not a bad run in the Slipper when finishing fifth. It’s always going to improve over more distance and there is some confidence in the betting.
It’s a hot field, so we don’t have him in our top selections. However, it wouldn’t be a huge shock to see him figure in the placings.
3. Lightsaber (Best Roughie – $8) Bet @ Sportsbet
The $8 price isn’t ‘roughie’ but he needed to be included in selections. The Victorian has rattled off three consecutive wins and the form in behind has been stellar.
He has yet to face this level of opposition but we have been impressed with the way he has stretched out to score.
$8 is well worth taking.
4. Tiger of Malay ($9) Bet @ Sportsbet
He comes off a tidy second placing in the Pago Pago and although it’s not the best form for this race, he is a nice type in the making.
He is a son of Extreme Choice that is bred for speed and with Hugh Bowman in the saddle, he should get a nice run in transit.
Chance at the odds.
5. Daily Bugle ($31) Bet @ Sportsbet
A winner last time out at Mornington but that form is unlikely to measure up here. He looks massively outclassed and the odds reflect that.
We would expect his odds to move in the wrong direction on race day.
6. Hilal ($9.50) Bet @ Sportsbet
Rising in distance looks ideal for a runner that has been hitting the line with good authority. He has been getting back in his races and storming home late, so the 1400m is ideal.
The Hawkes-trained colt draws barrier 10, so he’ll likely need to drop back regardless. However, there is a lot of speed in this contest and he should finish off strongly.
Include him in first-four selections.
7. Lease ($201) Bet @ Sportsbet
Yet to win and that shouldn’t change here. Massively outclassed and the inside draw is the only positive.
The $201 odds are spot on and it would be the biggest upset in Group 1 history.
8. Four Moves Ahead (Best Each Way – $5) Bet @ Sportsbet
She comes off a lovely run for fourth in the Slipper and she fought gamely after doing plenty of work in the early stages.
It was the run of a filly going places and her form prior included consecutive wins, so she’s classy at best.
Barrier two with 54.5kg on her back is ideal and punters get value each-way odds to enjoy.
9. Queen of Wizardry ($51) Bet @ Sportsbet
A winner on debut but she struggled to make any ground in the Golden Slipper. It’s not a good form guide for this race and the betting suggests as much.
Jamie Kah rides but that’s where the positives stop.
10. Chill ($51) Bet @ Sportsbet
Comes off a second placing at Warwick Farm in maiden company. She won’t take long to win a race, but it won’t come at this level.
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Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.