BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022

Saturday May 28, 2022

Ladbrokes Tip: the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes is a key lead-up to the JJ Atkins each year

The Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes, formerly the QTC Sires’ Produce Stakes, is a feature race for two-year-olds previous run on Doomben 10,000 Day. It now takes place at Eagle Farm Racecourse in late May each Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival on the new-look Kingsford-Smith Cup Day. Held on the same day as the Group 1 Kingsford-Smith Cup (1300m), which was formerly known as the BTC Cup, the 1400m contest is run at set weights and is a key lead-up to the Group 1 JJ Atkins (1600m) at Eagle Farm the following month.

Offering a total of $1,000,000 in total prize money as of 2021, the now very lucrative BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes attracts the winter’s top juveniles and the last to complete the BRC Sires’ – JJ Atkins double was Sizzling (2012).

The next edition of the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes takes place on Saturday May 28, 2022. 

2022 BRC Sires Produce Stakes Results

  • 1st: TBD
  • 2nd: TBD
  • 3rd: TBD

The official BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes results & finishing order for the 2022 edition of the race will be published here as soon as the race takes place on Saturday May 28, 2022.

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Race Info

  • Date: Saturday May 28, 2022
  • Track: Eagle Farm Racecourse
  • Distance: 1400m
  • Conditions: 2YOs – Set Weights
  • Status: Group 2
  • Prize Money: $1,000,000
  • First Run: 1882

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Betting

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes betting markets favour two-year-olds with proven ability in Group races in either Brisbane or Sydney.

Previous Group winners, those with form over at least 1200m and the best out of a lead-up race like the Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) at Doomben a fortnight earlier all head the markets. Tiger Of Malay (5th in 2021) is the latest BRC Sires’ Produce winner to come out of the Champagne Classic (run as the Spirit Of Boom Classic).

The race makes a popular betting double with the following month’s JJ Atkins at Eagle Farm Racecourse and favourites have a strong recent BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes record.

2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Odds

The season’s official BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022 betting odds will be available on the hopeful two-year-olds right here the week of the race so stay tuned for access to the best Brisbane racing odds on the JJ Atkins-bound youngsters.

Early market betting odds on the 2022 BRC 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.

BRC Sires' Produce Stakes betting at Ladbrokes.com.au

Sizzling (2012) was the last horse to complete the BRC Sires’ – JJ Atkins double. Photo Credit: Daniel Costello.

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Field

The BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes field features a line-up of the best performing two-year-olds of the season from local and interstate stables. Runners come via a number of different lead-up races, but the traditional path is via a run in the Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) at the Doomben track a fortnight earlier.

Sizzling (2012) was the last horse to complete the Champagne Classic – BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes double. He also went on to take out the Group 1 JJ Atkins over the mile, then known as the TJ Smith, and so completed the Queensland 2YO Triple Crown.

The other runner to win all three Brisbane Winter features was Pressday (2010), while other recent winners of the Champagne Classic – BRC Sires’ double include Virage de Fortune (2005) and Lovely Jubly (2002).

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes nominations close on a Tuesday in early May followed a fortnight later by first acceptances and then the final field reveal the Tuesday leading-up to Kingsford-Smith Cup Day.

2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Field

The official BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022 final field & barriers will be provided below as soon as acceptances are taken by Queensland Racing on Tuesday the 24th of May, 2022 so bookmark this page to see what juveniles make the cut for the set weights clash.

The Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott-trained Resonator rising in grade and chasing a third straight win heads the 2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes field and betting markets in Brisbane this weekend.

2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes First Acceptances

The BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022 first acceptances close on Wednesday the 18th of May, 2022 at 11:00am (AEST) and will be updated below.

Group 2 Champagne Classic winner Swiss Exile headlines the 2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes first acceptances on the JJ Atkins lead-up this winter.

Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Ballot Weight True Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 1116×12 EXO LADY F 2 Desleigh Forster 1 55kg
2 121×03 SHEEZA BELTER F 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 2 55kg
3 121 TWIN STARS C 2 Tony & Calvin McEvoy 3 57kg
4 336×21 SWISS EXILE C 2 Annabel Neasham 4 57kg
5 214×4 BRERETON C 2 Peter G Moody 5 57kg
6 11x1x5 CAPITAL TOWER C 2 Tony Gollan 6 57kg
7 12066 CALGARY STAMPEDE G 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 7 57kg
8 3146×51541 COCOBREW EXPRESS G 2 Tom Button 8 57kg
9 3x4210x3 THELWELL G 2 Sharryn Livingstone 9 57kg
10 312 LIBERTY STEPS C 2 Ben & JD Hayes 10 57kg
11 8×11 RESONATOR G 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 11 57kg
12 512773 MERCHANT PRINCE C 2 Peter G Moody 12 57kg
13 114 GREEN SHADOWS C 2 Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou 13 57kg
14 53×18 ALLUDE C 2 Chris Munce 14 57kg
15 6×215 TYRESA F 2 Kelly Schweida 15 55kg
16 120×9 SANDPAPER C 2 James Cummings 16 57kg
17 12 ZOUGOTCHA F 2 Chris Waller 17 55kg
18 4x31x4 ROBUSTO C 2 Chris Waller 18 57kg
19 1×2 MIDNIGHT IN TOKYO F 2 Kacy Fogden 19 55kg
20 29×3 NORTHERN BEACHES C 2 Chris Waller 20 57kg
21 2522×2 FLORAL OASIS F 2 Kacy Fogden 21 55kg
22 22 BASQUIAT C 2 Chris Waller 22 57kg
23 32×93 FEARLESS KNIGHT C 2 Kacy Fogden 23 57kg
24 13 OWEN COUNTY G 2 John Sargent 24 57kg
25 3×251 SAWEETIE F 2 Tony Gollan 25 55kg
26 647 BROSNAN C 2 Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou 26 57kg
27 23 POLITICAL DEBATE C 2 Chris Waller 27 57kg
28 43×4 METALLICITY C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 28 57kg
29 0x53x11 VICTORY MOMENTS G 2 Kacy Fogden 29 57kg
30 15 WEST OF AFRICA C 2 Annabel Neasham 30 57kg
31 31 CHAYSE ’N’ ARTIE G 2 Les Kelly 31 57kg
32 1 BACKROWER C 2 Michael Freedman 32 57kg
33 1 JUST GETS BETTER G 2 Stuart Kendrick 33 57kg
34 7×2 VINNIE’S SPIRIT C 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 34 57kg
35 21 RINGMASTER G 2 Michael Freedman 35 57kg
36 8×39 TORONOMICA C 2 Richard & Will Freedman 36 57kg
37 56 AWESOME JOHN G 2 John O’Shea 37 57kg
38 4×9 CALIFORNIACHOICEST C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 38 57kg
39 O’TYCOON C 2 Bjorn Baker 39= 57kg
40 THORSBY C 2 Kacy Fogden 39= 57kg
41 TITANIC AWARD G 2 Bjorn Baker 39= 57kg

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Nominations

The early BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022 nominations are taken on Tuesday the 3rd of May, 2022 at 11:00am (AEST) and will be published below once available.

The 2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes nominations drew 121 young JJ Atkins-bound two-year-olds.

Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Hcp Rating
1 2 ALCEDO G 2 Leon & Troy Corstens
2 53×1 ALLUDE C 2 Chris Munce
3 AMBASSADORS C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
4 6 ANOTHER DAZZLER G 2 Neil Hocking
5 ARTEMAS G 2 Chris Munce
6 6x ATMOSPHERE C 2 James Cummings
7 56 AWESOME JOHN G 2 John O’Shea
8 BACKROWER C 2 Michael Freedman
9 BANKSTOWN (NZ) G 2 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young
10 BAROQUE ROAD G 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
11 22 BASQUIAT C 2 Chris Waller
12 BERNASCONI C 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
13 9×622 BIRDONAWING F 2 Annabel Neasham
14 214×4 BRERETON C 2 Peter G Moody
15 BROOKHAVEN G 2 Chris Munce
16 647 BROSNAN C 2 Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou
17 BULIKOV C 2 Robert Heathcote
18 12066 CALGARY STAMPEDE G 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
19 4×9 CALIFORNIACHOICEST C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
20 11x1x CAPITAL TOWER C 2 Tony Gollan
21 31 CHAYSE ’N’ ARTIE G 2 Les Kelly
22 3146×51541 COCOBREW EXPRESS G 2 Tom Button
23 COLORADO CRUZ F 2 Leon & Troy Corstens
24 148×3 COMMAND APPROVED C 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
25 4x CONCENTRIC C 2 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young
26 266x CONTEMPORARY C 2 James Cummings
27 1 COUNT DA BEANS G 2 Michael Costa
28 15 CZAR C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
29 DARK HARMONY G 2 David Joice
30 0x DEFT LEOPARD C 2 Brad Widdup
31 1 DIMAGGIO (NZ) G 2 Tony Pike
32 55 DON’T CHANGE G 2 Nick Ryan
33 DOULL C 2 Anthony & Sam Freedman
34 5x DREAMTIME LEGEND C 2 Marc Conners
35 5 DUPONT C 2 Michael Freedman
36 2 ECONOMICS C 2 Annabel Neasham
37 3 EKATERINA F 2 Robert Heathcote
38 EPONYMOUS C 2 Chris Waller
39 1116×1 EXO LADY F 2 Desleigh Forster
40 32x FEARLESS KNIGHT C 2 Kacy Fogden
41 2522x FLORAL OASIS F 2 Kacy Fogden
42 61×75824 FOUR MILE LANE C 2 Tom Button
43 26x GOLDEN QUEEN F 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
44 11x GRACE’S SECRET (NZ) F 2 Chris Waller
45 114 GREEN SHADOWS C 2 Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou
46 HAWAII FIVE OH C 2 Michael Freedman
47 HOLTERMANN G 2 Chris Munce
48 54x HONEY POT F 2 Tony Gollan
49 JUST GETS BETTER G 2 Stuart Kendrick
50 KAMITORI F 2 Kris Lees
51 23×6 KIN F 2 James Cummings
52 34×31 KINGS CONSORT G 2 Anthony & Sam Freedman
53 2 LAROUPE F 2 Bjorn Baker
54 4x LONDON C 2 Chris Waller
55 MAGADAN C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
56 MAGNASPIN C 2 Leon & Troy Corstens
57 MAID TO FIT F 2 Kelly Schweida
58 3x MAJORELLE C 2 Kacy Fogden
59 2x MEDIA SCANDAL F 2 Kacy Fogden
60 51277x MERCHANT PRINCE C 2 Peter G Moody
61 43x METALLICITY C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
62 1x MIDNIGHT IN TOKYO F 2 Kacy Fogden
63 7x MILLS F 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
64 2120×6 MINKS STAR F 2 Chris Anderson
65 26 MISHANI MISSILE G 2 Kelly Purdy
66 512390x MISHANI PERSUASION G 2 Les Ross
67 110x MISHANI SPARTAN G 2 Les Ross
68 231165×8 MISHANI WARFARE G 2 Les Ross
69 0x MOUNT BRILLIANT C 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
70 11 NETTUNO C 2 Tony Gollan
71 29x NORTHERN BEACHES C 2 Chris Waller
72 77x NORTHUMBRIA C 2 James Cummings
73 2 OPITO BALLERINA (NZ) F 2 Bjorn Baker
74 ORIENTAL TYCOON C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
75 O’TYCOON C 2 Bjorn Baker
76 13 OWEN COUNTY G 2 John Sargent
77 4x PERFECT PENELOPE F 2 Kacy Fogden
78 PHAROAH MAGIC C 2 Anthony Cummings
79 17×3 PLYMSTOCK F 2 James Cummings
80 2 POLITICAL DEBATE C 2 Chris Waller
81 PRIORITY F 2 Anthony Cummings
82 8×1 RESONATOR G 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
83 2 RINGMASTER G 2 Michael Freedman
84 4x31x ROBUSTO C 2 Chris Waller
85 ROYAL PHAROAH C 2 Chris Waller
86 12 RUDYARD (NZ) G 2 Tony Pike
87 120x SANDPAPER C 2 James Cummings
88 3×251 SAWEETIE F 2 Tony Gollan
89 64×72 SEBRING GIRL F 2 Stuart Kendrick
90 SELOUS C 2 James Cummings
91 33×2 SHALAILED C 2 John O’Shea
92 5 SHAQUILA C 2 Matthew Dunn
93 5x SIBYLLA F 2 Chris Waller
94 414 SIZZLING GAL F 2 Liam Birchley
95 21x SLIPPER ISLAND C 2 Tony Pike
96 126×0 SOARING AMBITION F 2 Annabel Neasham
97 271 STANDING ORDER C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
98 9×614 STREET DELIGHT F 2 Symon Wilde
99 336×2 SWISS EXILE C 2 Annabel Neasham
100 TEMPLE GARDEN C 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
101 3x4210x THELWELL G 2 Sharryn Livingstone
102 THETOYBOY G 2 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young
103 1 THORPE C 2 Annabel Neasham
104 THORSBY C 2 Kacy Fogden
105 50x TIME TO LEAVE F 2 Michael Freedman
106 TITANIC AWARD G 2 Bjorn Baker
107 8×3 TORONOMICA C 2 Richard & Will Freedman
108 88x TREASURER C 2 Brad Widdup
109 12 TWIN STARS C 2 Tony & Calvin McEvoy
110 6×215 TYRESA F 2 Kelly Schweida
111 0x VALSPAR G 2 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes
112 VEANDECHANCE F 2 Matthew Dunn
113 0x53x VICTORY MOMENTS G 2 Kacy Fogden
114 7x VINNIE’S SPIRIT C 2 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott
115 1x WEST OF AFRICA C 2 Annabel Neasham
116 42 WRITROSE F 2 Annabel Neasham
117 YELLOW BRICK G 2 Tony & Maddysen Sears
118 2x0x ZAMBEZI RIVER C 2 Chris Waller
119 2 ZOU TIGER C 2 John O’Shea
120 12 ZOUGOTCHA F 2 Chris Waller
121 ZOUSMIC C 2 Peter G Moody

Table Credit: Racing Australia.

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Form Guide

The BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes form guide features all the crucial race information like the saddlecloth numbers, jockeys, trainers, barriers and lead-up runs of the two-year-olds in the field. Looking for Champagne Classic graduates on the form is important, as is seeking out the well-performing youngsters drawn a good gate at the Eagle Farm track, where the race has been held since 2017.

The BRC Sires’ Stakes form has also stacked up plenty of times in the JJ Atkins over the years including in 2011 when Benifca improved on a sixth in the Group 2 before a win in the Group 1 next time out.

Either side of that Pressday (2010) and Sizzling (2012) won the double, while Apercu (9th in 2007), Rockdale (2nd in 2008) and Linky Dink (10th in 2009) also all won the JJ Atkins (TJ Smith) after a lead-up run in the Brisbane Sires’ Produce Stakes.

The 2021 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes form was franked with the winner Tiger Of Malay running third next-up in the Group 1 JJ Atkins trifecta behind the Sires’ runner-up Converge who turned the tables.

2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Form Guide

Stay tuned for a link to our comprehensive BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022 race form guide, available following final declarations the week leading up to Kingsford-Smith Cup Day.

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Tips

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes tips include looking for youngsters coming off a win in a similar class race like the Champagne Classic in Brisbane or a Sydney equivalent and to back runners with winning form at least up to 1200m.

The Champagne Classic is the key lead-up into the BRC Sires’ Produce, so another good betting tip is to follow that form line.

2022 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Tips

Our Ladbrokes’ insider BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2022 betting tips with the two-year-old gallopers to back and sack this winter will be detailed below a day or so out from the race so stay tuned.

  • To Win: #2 Swiss Exile ($6 at time of publish) – BET NOW

Sticking with the Annabel Neasham-trained Pariah colt who is doing everything right. Barrier 11 gives him options in a big field and is a last start winner at the track. Good winning the Group 2 Champagne Classic over the 1200m. Rises in distance and looks hard to beat again.

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Results

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes results in recent years show an even spread of local Brisbane-trained winners as well as successful interstate raiders.

Some of the more notable BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes winners include Zoustar (2013), Sizzling (2012), Pressday (2010), Shoot Out (2009) and Danleigh (2006).

BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes Winners

Year Winner 2nd 3rd Time
2022 TBD TBD TBD TBD
2021 Tiger Of Malay Converge Port Louis 1:23.9
2020Race Not Held (COVID-19)
2019 Strasbourg Accession Garibaldi 1:22.1
2018 Lean Mean Machine Zousain Boomsara 1:22.6
2017 Melody Belle Taking Aim Pierata 1:25.6
2016 Attention Dreams Aplenty Nikitas 1:19.0
2015 Look To The Stars Blueberry Hill Cylinder Beach 1:19.5
2014 Time For War Brazen Beau Looks Like The Cat 1:18.7
2013 Zoustar Vilanova Bound For Earth 1:20.5
2012 Sizzling Academus Dances On Stars 1:26.3
2011 Hot Snitzel Playtime Mahisara 1:23.3
2010 Pressday Jesse’s Girl Levi’s Choice 1:23.4
2009 Shoot Out Impulsive Dream Carrara 1:25.9
2008 Fravashi Rockdale Cat D Antibes 1:26.2
2007 Masked Assassin Diamond Deck Kyros 1:24.6
2006 Danleigh Gold Edition Upper Echelon 1:23.4
2005 Virage De Fortune Upilio Testafiable 1:21.5
2004 Star Shiraz Midnight City Rule Of Engagement 1:22.3
2003 Ambulance Sir Dex Bushland 1:23.6
2002 Lovely Jubly Sir Breakfast Saddlers Silk 1:21.4
2001 Juanmo Counter Agent Jar Jar Binks 1:21.9
2000 Reenact Adjudicator Rapid Man 1:22.5