Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Tips & Betting Advice

The Sires' Produce Stakes is a group one event for two-year-old's run over 1400 metres at Royal Randwick.

Worth $1 million and forming a part of the first day of The Championships in Sydney, this race also considered the middle leg of the Australian two-year-old "Triple Crown".

Sires Produce Stakes Information

  • DateSat 30 Mar, 2024
  • Race Time04:15
  • RacecourseRandwick
  • Race Distance1400 metres
  • Conditions2yo - Set Weights
  • StatusGroup 1
  • Prize Money$1,000,000

Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Betting Odds

There are currently no betting odds released for the Sires Produce Stakes.

Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Barrier Draw

We will update this page as soon as the Sires' Produce Stakes barrier draw for 2022 is conducted.

Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Bookie Offers

Sire Produce Stakes bookie offers are typically delivered by the corporate bookmakers, who hand out bonus bets and cash back promotions on the big races.

Our trusted online betting partners should deliver offers on the 2022 Sires' Produce Stakes.

Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Free Bets

Unfortunately, in Australia online bookmakers are unable to offer free bets, which includes the Sires' Produce Stakes.

Promotions on the big races can lead to a bonus bet, depending on whether or not the bookie is offering a deal on the specific race.

Sires' Produce Stakes History

Run as the Inglis Sires' now is the Sires' Produce Stakes which was first run in 1867 over a mile when an eventual Melbourne Cup winner in Glencoe took it out.

The original purpose of the Sires' Produce Stakes was to promote the progeny of sires that were available for service in the growing thoroughbred breeding industry of the states, especially in NSW.

Placed between the middle of the Golden Slipper and Champagne Stakes, this race sorts out the juveniles that are either looking to progress to them further journeys or support sprinter profiles for the future with many that don't run out the seven furlongs.

Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Field

We will have the full Sires Produce Stakes field here once it has been finalised.

Sires' Produce Stakes 2023 Form Guide

The Golden Slipper is run two weeks prior to the Sires' Produce Stakes and is the main for reference for this group one.

The Group Three Schweppervescence is an option for those runners looking to back-up on the week turnaround.

There are a few runners most years that would be better placed in dodging the Golden Slipper but with the riches available there, they generally run

Sires' Produce Stakes Results

2020King's Legacy
2018El Dorado Dreaming
2016Yankee Rose
2015Pride Of Dubai
2014Peggy Jean
2009Manhattan Rain
2005Fashions Afield
2004Dance Hero
2002Victory Vein

Sires' Produce Stakes Fixtures

The Sires' Produce fixture is below. These are subject to change.

Race 1: Kindergarten Stakes
Race 2: Carbine Club Stakes
Race 3: Adrian Knox Stakes
Race 4: Country Championships Final
Race 5: Chairman's Quality
Race 6: Sires' Produce Stakes
Race 7: Australian Derby
Race 8: TJ Smith Stakes
Race 9: Doncaster Mile
Race 10: PJ Bell Stakes

Sires' Produce Stakes 2022 Result

1st – Fireburn
2nd – She's Extreme
3rd – Captivant

Sires' Produce Stakes 20222 Bet Of The Day

Check back in the build-up to the race for our Sires' Produce Stakes bet of the day.

Sires' Produce Stakes Social News

The best social media channels to stay up to date with any Sires' Produce Stakes information are:

Australian Turf Club Twitter - @aus_turf_club

Racing NSW Twitter -

Sires' Produce Stakes FAQ

When is the 2023 Sires' Produce Stakes?

The 2023 Sires' Produce Stakes is scheduled to run on Saturday, April 1.

It is the first of four Group One races for the day.

How can I bet on the 2023 Sires' Produce Stakes?

To place a bet on the Sires' Produce Stakes you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.

Markets open up well in advance for feature races such as the Sires' Produce Stakes.

Who should I bet on in the 2023 Sires' Produce Stakes?

You can trust the team at to provide winners, up to date form guides and tips on the 2023 Sires' Produce Stakes.

What distance is the Sires Produce Stakes?

The Sires Produce Stakes is run over a distance of 1400 metres.

Set Weights conditions apply for this feature.

Who won the 2022 Sires' Produce Stakes?

Slipper winner Fireburn won the 2022 Sires Produce Stakes.

What is the Sires' Produce Stakes worth?

The Sires' Produce Stakes is worth $1 million.

$580,000 goes to the winner.

Who's trained the most Sires' Produce winners?

With 7 each, T. J. Smith and his daughter Gai Waterhouse have trained the most Sires' Produce winners.

Gai's last was in 2012 with Pierro.

Who's ridden the most Sires' Produce winners?

With 6 each, Maurice McCarten and George Moore have ridden the most Sires Produce winners.

Where is the Sires' Produce Stakes held?

The Sires' Produce Stakes is run at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney as part of The Championships.