Sires Produce Stakes nominations – 2016

View the nominations for the 2016 Produce Stakes. The Produce Stakes will be run on Saturday 12th March at Flemington racecourse.

Horse Sex Age Trainer
1 ACHI BABA C 2 John O’Shea
2 ATTENBOROUGH (NZ) C 2 Peter G Moody
3 BATTLE ORDER C 2 Mick Price
4 DETECTIVE C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden
5 HONEYWINE C 2 John O’Shea
6 HOT DIPPED F 2 Brendan McShane
7 JACKSON G 2 Tony McEvoy
8 KINETIC DESIGN F 2 Stuart Webb
9 LYCURGUS C 2 Danny O’Brien
10 MEDAILLE F 2 John O’Shea
11 POWER TRIP G 2 John McArdle
12 RESORT G 2 John O’Shea
13 REVOLVING DOOR C 2 Clinton McDonald
14 SEABURGE C 2 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig
15 THYME FOR ROSES F 2 Gai Waterhouse
16 WATCH MY SHADOW C 2 Sam Pritchard-Gordon
17 ZAMZAM F 2 David Hayes & Tom Dabernig


The Gai Waterhouse-trained Valediction will be the headline act when the jumps season gets underway at Warrnambool.

There will be two hurdle races on Tuesday’s program with Valediction to carry top weight of 71.5kg in his 3200m-race with champion rider Steve Pateman aboard.

Racing Victoria has boosted prize money for the jumps season by $510,000 in an attempt to increase field sizes.

Forty-two hurdle races and 21 steeplechases have been programmed for the season for a total of $3.51 million prize money.

Besides the three-day Warrnambool carnival in the first week in May, a new two-day carnival at Ballarat in August has been added featuring the $350,000 Grand National Steeplechase.

Maiden hurdles will be worth a minimum $25,000 while ratings hurdles and steeplechases will offer a minimum of $30,000.

Tuesday’s fields at Warrnambool have attracted 10 acceptances in the maiden hurdle and seven in the ratings race, headlined by Valediction who has won two jumps races and four on the flat.

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