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VRC Sires Produce Stakes

The VRC Sires Produce Stakes is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for two year olds, run at set weights, over a distance of 1400 metres, at Flemington Racecourse in March each year. The total prizemoney is AUD$302,000.

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Race History

Distance

  • In 1862/63 this race was run over 1 mile.
  • From 1864 to 1919 this race was run over six furlongs (approx 1200 metres).
  • From 1920 run over 7 furlongs (1400 metres)

Class

  • Prior to 2005 this race held Group 1 status.

Name

  • In 1866/67 this race was known as the Flemington Stakes.
  • In 1868 this race was known as the Sapling Stakes.

The winners

  • 2010 - Shamrocker [1]
  • 2009 - Rostova [2]
  • 2008 - Von Costa De Hero [3]
  • 2007 - Incumbent
  • 2006 - De Lago Mist
  • 2005 - Danger Looms
  • 2004 - Barely A Moment
  • 2003 - Winestock
  • 2002 - Pillaging
  • 2001 - Spectatorial
  • 2000 - Preserve
  • 1999 - Testa Rossa
  • 1998 - Coup De Grace
  • 1997 - Millward
  • 1996 - My Duke
  • 1995 - Lochrae
  • 1994 - Blevic
  • 1993 - Pride Of Rancho
  • 1992 - King Marauding
  • 1991 - Not Related
  • 1990 - Canny Lad
  • 1989 - Rechabite
  • 1988 - Wonder Dancer
  • 1987 - Kaapstad
  • 1986 - Simbolico
  • 1985 - True Version
  • 1984 - Street Cafe
  • 1983 - Brave Show
  • 1982 - Grosvenor
  • 1981 - Full On Aces
  • 1980 - Outward Bound
  • 1979 - Mighty Kingdom
  • 1978 - Pacifica
  • 1977 - Bold Zest
  • 1976 - Desirable
  • 1975 - Lord Dudley
  • 1974 - Skyjack
  • 1973 - Imagele
  • 1972 - Century
  • 1971 - Tolerance
  • 1970 - Dual Choice
  • 1968 - Flying Fable
  • 1967 - Pratten Park
  • 1965 - Citius
  • 1964 - Boeing Boy
  • 1963 - Pago Pago
  • 1962 - Jan's Image
  • 1961 - Emblem
  • 1960 - Wenona Girl

  • 1959 - Travel Boy
  • 1958 - Misting
  • 1956 - Starover
  • 1955 - Knave
  • 1954 - Acramitis
  • 1953 - Surang
  • 1952 - Pure Fire
  • 1951 - Usage
  • 1950 - True Course
  • 1949 - Iron Duke
  • 1948 - Ungar
  • 1947 - Chanak
  • 1946 - Bold Beau
  • 1945 - Nestor
  • 1944 - Delina
  • 1943 - Simmering
  • 1942 - Regency
  • 1941 - All Love
  • 1940 - Trueness
  • 1938 - Nuffield
  • 1937 - Hua
  • 1936 - Gold Rod
  • 1935 - Young Idea
  • 1934 - Sir John
  • 1933 - L'Elite
  • 1932 - Kuvera
  • 1931 - Mulcra
  • 1930 - Thurlstone
  • 1929 - Nedda
  • 1928 - Mollison
  • 1927 - Royal Feast
  • 1926 - Rampion
  • 1925 - Poetaster
  • 1924 - Arendal
  • 1923 - King Carnival
  • 1922 - Scarlet
  • 1921 - Isa
  • 1920 - Gossine Hatan
  • 1919 - Lisnavane
  • 1918 - Palm Leaf
  • 1917 - Thrice
  • 1916 - Wolaroi
  • 1915 - Red Signal
  • 1914 - Woorak
  • 1913 - Eubulus
  • 1912 - Sheriff Muir
  • 1911 - Wilari

  • 1910 - Beverage
  • 1909 - Mala
  • 1908 - Mother Goose
  • 1907 - Tangaroa
  • 1906 - Antonius
  • 1905 - The Infanta
  • 1904 - Impress
  • 1903 - Sweet Nell
  • 1902 - Eleanor
  • 1901 - United States
  • 1900 - Finland
  • 1899 - Revenue
  • 1898 - Cordite
  • 1897 - Aurum
  • 1896 - Coil
  • 1895 - Creme D'Or
  • 1894 - Forward
  • 1893 - Patron
  • 1892 - Autonomy
  • 1891 - Stromboli
  • 1890 - Titan
  • 1889 - Richelieu
  • 1888 - Volley
  • 1887 - Abercorn
  • 1886 - Maddelina
  • 1885 - Monte Christo
  • 1884 - The Broker
  • 1883 - Warwick
  • 1882 - Guesswork
  • 1881 - Royal Maid
  • 1880 - Grand Prix
  • 1879 - Petrea
  • 1878 - His Lordship
  • 1877 - Rapidity
  • 1876 - Newminster
  • 1875 - Maid Of All Work
  • 1874 - The Flying Fox
  • 1873 - not held
  • 1872 - not held
  • 1871 - not held
  • 1870 - not held
  • 1869 - not held
  • 1868 - not held
  • 1867 - not held
  • 1866 - not held
  • 1865 - Frolic
  • 1864 - Freestone
  • 1863 - Aruma
  • 1862 - Musidora

References




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