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QTC Sires Produce Stakes

The QTC Sires Produce Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for two year olds run at set weights over 1400 metres, at Eagle Farm Racecourse in June each year. Prizemoney in 2009 was AUD$250,000.

Race Changes

  • From 1980 to 1986 and since 2006 this race held Group 2 Status.

The winners

  • 2010 - Pressday [1]
  • 2009 - Shoot Out [2]
  • 2008 - Fravashi [3]
  • 2007 - Masked Assassin [4]
  • 2006 - Danleigh [5]
  • 2005 - Virage De Fortune
  • 2004 - Star Shiraz
  • 2003 - Ambulance (Lightning Star [1] in Hong Kong )
  • 2002 - Lovely Jubly
  • 2001 - Juanmo
  • 2000 - Reenact
  • 1999 - not held
  • 1998 - Dracula
  • 1997 - Al Mansour
  • 1996 - Anthems
  • 1995 - Shame
  • 1994 - Aragen
  • 1992 - Slight Chance
  • 1991 - Chortle
  • 1990 - The Guida
  • 1989 - Zamoff
  • 1988 - not held
  • 1987 - Flotilla
  • 1986 - Mr. Shannon
  • 1985 - True Version
  • 1983 - Vite Cheval
  • 1982 - Star Of The Knight
  • 1981 - Faustina
  • 1980 - Royal Paree
  • 1979 - Zephyr Zip
  • 1978 - Karaman
  • 1977 - Luskin Star

  • 1976 - Romantic Dream
  • 1975 - Skirnir
  • 1974 - Definite
  • 1973 - Zahedi
  • 1972 - Merry Minstrel
  • 1971 - Charlton Boy
  • 1970 - Mr. Consistency
  • 1969 - Heroic Isle
  • 1968 - Rajah
  • 1967 - Prince Gauntlet
  • 1966 - Regal Adventure
  • 1965 - Maybe Lad
  • 1964 - Todwana
  • 1963 - Kiwanis
  • 1962 - Joliffe
  • 1961 - Ivanhoe
  • 1960 - Refulgent
  • 1959 - Fine And Dandy
  • 1958 - Man Of Iron
  • 1956 - Duchesne
  • 1955 - Malarno
  • 1954 - Thurlow
  • 1953 - Prince Morvi
  • 1952 - Sea Sovereign
  • 1951 - Friar's Frolic
  • 1950 - Coniston
  • 1949 - Mr. Sunray
  • 1948 - Real Step
  • 1947 - Rayland
  • 1946 - Gay Stand
  • 1945 - not held

  • 1944 - not held
  • 1943 - not held
  • 1942 - not held
  • 1941 - Gartilla
  • 1940 - Condor
  • 1939 - Brisbane River
  • 1938 - Seven Fifty
  • 1937 - Spear Chief
  • 1936 - Jovial Monk
  • 1935 - Auto Buz
  • 1934 - Regular Bachelor
  • 1933 - Soft Step
  • 1932 - Brown Paddy
  • 1931 - Lough Neagh
  • 1930 - Rhonite
  • 1929 - Great Idea
  • 1928 - Royal Flavour
  • 1927 - High Syce
  • 1926 - Budgerigah
  • 1925 - Wee Glen
  • 1924 - Mountain Song
  • 1923 - Ardglen
  • 1922 - Lord Highfield
  • 1921 - Malt Chimes
  • 1920 - Bonnie Wasa
  • 1919 - Stable Girl
  • 1918 - Sweet Lady
  • 1917 - Star Robe
  • 1916 - Lord Vindex
  • 1915 - Grand Chester
  • 1914 - Foreman
  • 1913 - Goldfinder

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