2021 Inglis Sires Betting Odds at Randwick racecourse

Saturday, 10 April 2021

The Inglis Sires is a historic Australian horse race which is run for two-year-olds off Set Weights and it is run over a distance of 1,400 metres. The Sires’ Produce Stakes always takes place during the ATC Championships Carnival, with the prize money regularly topping A$1,000,000 and this makes it one of the richest two-year-old races on the Australian racing calendar.

The first ever Inglis Sires race took place in 1867 and was won by Glencoe, with the distance changing to six furlongs between 1905-1908, while this is a race that forms part of the Australian Triple Crown along with the Golden Slipper Stakes and Champagne Stakes.

King’s Legacy was the most recent winner of the Inglis Sires in 2020, with the horse going on to win the 2020 Champagne Stakes, while Microphone, El Dorado Dreaming and Invader have also gone first past the post in recent years.

2021 Inglis Sires Betting Tips

Anthony & Sam Freedman are the crack trainers of Artorius and this horse looks to be a genuine contender for the 2021 Inglis Sires, with the horse obliging in the Neds Blue Diamond Stakes on 20 February, with the horse being sent off at 12/1.

This was achieved over six furlongs and this victory over occurred after a previous triumph in the Ladbrokes Switch Handicap, with the horse having made a debut in a Maiden Plate and it appears to be enjoying an upward trajectory.

Remarque Also Among Favourites to Win Sires’ Produce Stakes

Remarque is trained by Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes and the horse has been lightly raced considering his only appearance came in the The Agency Real Estate Handicap in the middle of January, with this being a comfortable enough win over five-and-a-half furlongs.

Stay Inside is another potential winner of this race and the horse won the Silverdale Farm Pierro Plate at Royal Randwick Racecourse over a distance of five-and-a-half lengths, with Richard & Michael Freedman having high hopes for this runner.

Four Moves Ahead is trained by John Sargent and a win in the Drinkwise Sweet Embrace Stakes suggests that the horse could go close after triumphing in Group 2 company, with the horse having won at Kensington in early January.