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FEATURE PREVIEWS: INGLIS SIRES STAKES

INGLIS SIRES STAKES PREVIEW

Track: Randwick | Distance: 2400m | Condition: SW | Rail Position: True | Condition: Soft 5 | Prizemoney: $2,000,000

Is drying, but a strong Southerly and rain forecast for Saturday.

Won in recent years by Anamoe, Microphone, Yankee Rose, Guelph & Pierro.

HISTORICAL PROFILING (last 11 years)

• 2nd up (4), 3rd up (3) 4th up (1), 5th up (2), 6th up (1)
• 7-day break (3) 14-day break (6), 28-day break (1), 37-day break (1)
• Settled 1st-5th (0), Settled 6th-9th (8), Settled 11th-13th (2)
• Colts (6), Fillies (5), Geldings (0)
• 7 winners have come out of the Golden Slipper last start
• 11 ran over 1200m last start
• Last Start G1 (8), G2 (2), Maiden (1)
• Last Start Sydney (10), Melbourne (1)

SPEED MAP

Above average speed expected up front.

Brave Mead, Bases Loaded & Cylinder should push forward.

Maharba, Veight, Disneck & Butch Cassidy forward of midfield.

Don Corleone, Empire Of Japan & Pier Pressure back of midfield.

Bold And Blazen, Militiarize & Café Millenium out the back.

ATC SIRES PRODUCE | KEY CHANCES

1. Cylinder – Won Rosehill 900m 13 Feb trial by 1.2L under no pressure +5.9 last 400m and 5th quickest last 200m sectional out of 128 triallers on the day. Won the Silver Slipper for us impressively first up then won the Todman Stakes comfortably for us next start. 2nd in the Golden Slipper last start. The one to beat.

2. Don Corleone – Charged home for 2nd in the G1 Blue Diamond. Hit the line well again for 4th in the G1 Golden Slipper.

3. Empire Of Japan – Won the G3 Breeder’s Plate on debut. Was a good 5th in the G1 Golden Slipper. Tongue Tie on a negative but Z Purton on a positive.

4. Veight – Won the G2 Sires Produce at his second start running strong late sectionals. Rates well.

5. Maharba – Won the Listed Talindert Stakes then 2nd in the Pago Pago to Golden Slipper winner Shinzo last start.

6. Brave Mead – Has run quick sectionals his past two starts, the latest in Listed grade.

11. Butch Cassidy – 2nd in Listed grade on debut then won at Mornington, running strong late sectionals both times.

KEY SELECTIONS

1 – Cylinder
6 – Brave Mead
4 – Veight
11 – Butch Cassidy
3 – Empire Of Japan

SUMMARY

Tricky race. Over half the field can win. Insufficient value to invest from my perspective.

BETTING STRATEGY

No recommended bet.

RESULTS

Units Outlayed: 391.9

Units Returned: 410.1

Profit On Turnover: 4.7%

The Inglis Sires Stakes is a prestigious thoroughbred horse race held annually in Australia in April. The race is for two-year-old colts and fillies and is held over a distance of 1400 meters at the Royal Randwick racecourse in Sydney. It is one of the most important races for two-year-olds in Australia and attracts some of the best horses from all over the country.

The history of the Inglis Sires Stakes dates back to the 1800s, when the first edition of the race was held in 1867. Since then, the race has become one of the most important and highly-regarded races in the Australian racing calendar. Over the years, many famous thoroughbreds have won the Inglis Sires Stakes, including Tulloch, a legendary horse who won the race in 1956 and went on to become one of the greatest racehorses in Australian history.

Another famous winner of the Inglis Sires Stakes is Redoute’s Choice, who won the race in 1999 and went on to become one of the most successful sires in Australia, siring numerous Group One winners. Other notable winners include Octagonal, a champion racehorse who won the race in 1995, and St. Princess, who won the race in 2008 and went on to win several Group One races.

The Inglis Sires Stakes is also renowned for attracting some of the best trainers in the country. Over the years, many famous trainers have won the race, including Gai Waterhouse, who has won the race several times and is regarded as one of the best trainers in Australia. Other famous trainers who have won the race include Bart Cummings, who won the race several times and is regarded as one of the greatest trainers in Australian racing history, and Chris Waller, who is one of the most successful trainers in Australia and has won the Inglis Sires Stakes several times.

The Inglis Sires Stakes is unique because it is one of the few races in Australia specifically for two-year-olds. This makes it a great opportunity for young horses to showcase their potential and for racing fans to get a glimpse of the stars of the future. The race is also unique because it is held at one of the most prestigious racecourses in Australia, the Royal Randwick, which is renowned for its history and tradition and is the home of many of the country’s most important races.

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