Ladbrokes Tip: Don’t back a horse that ran worse than fourth in the lead-up to the Inglis Sires’
The ATC Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes, referred to as simply the Inglis Sires’, is one of the four Group 1 highlights on the Doncaster Mile Day card at Royal Randwick Racecourse on the first Saturday in April*.
*In 2021 the Inglis Sires’ ran on the second Saturday of April with all race meetings of the autumn in Sydney from Slipper Day onwards postponed a week due to the weather.
The meeting makes up Day 1 of the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival’s coveted The Championships and the other top level races on the card are the Doncaster Mile, TJ Smith Stakes and Australian Derby.
Open to two-year-olds and run at set weights, the ATC Inglis Sires’ offers $1 million in total prize money including $600,000 to the winning juvenile.
For the 2020 edition, the prizemoney was reduced to $500,000 with $287,000 for the winner due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but was elevated again in 2021.
Colts and geldings carry 56.5kg and the fillies 54.5kg over the 1400m. No lead-up races offer an ATC Inglis’ Sires’ Produce Stakes ballot exemption so the form coming into the classic is varied but the Golden Slipper Stakes traditionally provides the winner.
The Golden Slipper Stakes is the first leg of the Sydney Two-Years-Old Triple Crown followed by the Inglis Sires’ and then the Champagne Stakes. Pierro (2012) was the last juvenile to complete the coveted Autumn Triple Crown and joined just five other Australian turf champions in doing so.
More recently, King’s Legacy went on to win the Group 1 Champagne Stakes (1600m) next start after his upset victory in the 2020 Inglis Sires’.
The latest edition of the ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes took place on Saturday April 10, 2021 and was won by the Godolphin-raced Slipper runner-up Anamoe.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Race Info
- Date: Saturday April 10, 2021
- Track: Royal Randwick Racecourse
- Distance: 1400m
- Conditions: Set Weights – 2YOs
- Status: Group 1
- Prize Money: $1 million
- First Run: 1867
2021 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Results
The 2021 ATC Inglis Sires’ results and finishing order will be confirmed on Saturday April 10, 2021 and announced in full below.
- 1st: #1 Anamoe
- 2nd: #6 Hilal
- 3rd: #2 Captivant
Street Boss colt Anamoe ($1.90F) handed the Godolphin stable a second Group 1 win on Doncaster Day, the Golden Slipper runner-up relishing the 1400m for a powerful victory as the odds-on fancy in the 2021 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes results.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Odds & Betting
ATC Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes betting is led by two-year-olds that ran top four in their final lead-up run with only one winner since 1990 having run worse than fourth in their last Group lead-up.
From 2006 – 2021 just four Inglis Sires’ favourites saluted for the punters when Camarilla (2007) and Sebring (2008) went back-to-back, Yankee Rose (2016) got the job done eight years later, and Anamoe (2021) won as the odds-on fancy.
Longer priced hopes in the Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes odds have a good record but until the huge 2018 upset by El Dorado Dreaming ($81) there had still only been one double figure winner in that time when Yosei scored the upset at $17 in 2010.
There was another upset in 2020 with King’s Legacy winning as a $19 chance in Inglis Sires’ betting for five-time winning trainer Peter Snowden.
Horses coming off a Golden Slipper Stakes lead-up dominate the markets and the feature juvenile’s race of the year has produced more ATC Inglis Sires’ Produce winners than any other event.
2021 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Betting
The ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2021 odds will be found below as soon as betting on the two-years-old Group 1 opens.
Early market betting odds on the 2021 atc sires produce stakes will be displayed below once available. Odds are subject to fluctuation. For current odds on all of our live markets, please visit ladbrokes.com.au.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Field
The ATC Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes field features the season’s most exciting young sprinter – miler types and traditionally attracts a similar field to the lucrative Group 1 Golden Slipper Stakes (1200m).
Yankee Rose (2016) was at short ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes odds for her win for the punters. Photo Credit: Ultimate Racing Photos.
Held a fortnight before over 200m shorter, the Golden Slipper is the world’s richest race for two-year-olds and has provided more ATC Sires’ winners than any other lead-up.
Anamoe (2nd in 2021) was the last Inglis Sires’ winner to come off a Golden Slipper lead-up.
2021 Inglis Sires’ Field
The official Inglis Sires’ 2021 final field and barriers are announced on the Tuesday leading-up to Doncaster Mile Day with the full line-up to be published below.
The 2021 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes field features 10 two-year-olds led in betting by last start Golden Slipper runner-up Anamoe.
2021 Inglis Sires’ First Acceptances
First Acceptances for the 2021 Inglis Sires’ closed at midday on Tuesday the 9th of March, 2021 and drew 96 hopefuls led by the Blue Diamond Champion Artorius.
2021 Inglis Sires’ Nominations
Nominations for the 2021 Inglis Sires’ close at midday on Tuesday the 9th of February, 2021.
The 2021 Inglis Sires’ nominations attracted a bumper 283 juveniles – by far the most of any of the other ‘The Championships’ races – including impressive Blue Diamond Fillies Prelude winner Aracaded, the Blue Diamond Preview – Prelude winning colt General Beau and all-in Golden Slipper favourite Enthaar.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Tips
The best ATC Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes betting tip is to follow the form coming out of the Golden Slipper Stakes, which is the first of three Sydney Autumn 2YO Triple Crown races.
Backing youngsters that ran top three last start and that are proven in Group 1 company are other good Inglis Sires’ tips.
With favourites having a poor record, laying the punters’ pick can also provide value in Inglis Sires’ Produce betting each autumn.
2021 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Tips
Our Ladbrokes’ insider Inglis Sires’ 2021 betting tips will be published below the week of the race so stay tuned for the two-year-old to back this autumn.
- To Win: #1 Anamoe ($2.30 at time of publish)
Hard to bet against the favourite in this year’s Inglis Sires’, Anamoe free to improve on the eye-catching Golden Slipper second with Stay Inside a non acceptor for Saturday’s 1400m showdown. The Godolphin-raced Street Boss colt is drawn ideally in barrier five and continues to be one of the form juveniles of the season. Blue Diamond (3rd) followed on by the Group 2 Todman win at this track so ticking plenty of boxes.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Form Guide
The ATC Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes form guide shows the saddlecloth numbers, jockeys, trainers, barriers and lead-up runs of all the juveniles in the field.
Inglis Sires’ winners have jumped from a wide range of barriers over the past 30 plus years however inside alleys are the best guide with the most successful gates in that time being 1 with six winners, 5 with five winners and 4 with five winners.
Interestingly however Excites (12 in 2006), Guelph (13 in 2013) and El Dorado Dreaming (12 in 2018) scored from wide alleys in recent years.
Gai Waterhouse is the most successful Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes winning trainer preparing seven winners from 2000 including three on the trot from 2003-05.
Her latest winner was Sydney 2YO Triple Crown champion Pierro (2012), so watching for Waterhouse’s name on the Inglis Sires’ Produce form guide is often a good idea.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Form Facts
- Five of the ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes winners from 2010 – 2021 were fillies
- Since 2008 just two favourites in ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting has saluted for the punters (Yankee Rose in 2016 and Anamoe in 2021)
- The Golden Slipper Stakes is the best ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes form to follow into the Group 1 each autumn
2021 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Form Guide
A link to our comprehensive ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2021 Form Guide will be provided below the week of the race.
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Results
There have been a number of upset ATC Inglis’ Sires’ Produce Stakes results over the past decade or so including King’s Legacy ($19 in 2020), El Dorado Dreaming ($81 in 2018), Yosei ($17 in 2010) and Excites ($21 in 2006).
Four fillies beat home the boys from 2010 – 2021 including Yankee Rose (2016), and other notable recent Inglis Sires’ winners in recent years include Anamoe (2021), Invader (2017), Pride Of Dubai (2015), Helmet (2011) and subsequent champion sire Sebring (2008).
ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes Winners
||El Dorado Dreaming
||Pride Of Dubai
||=2 Odyssey Moon
||Scratch Me Lucky
||All Too Hard
||Pane In The Glass
||Love And Kisses
||Down The Wicket