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71st British Bred 2 Year Old Produce Stakes - Swindon 480m - £15,000

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The 2014 Produce Stakes winner Take The Crown has seven of his progeny through to the second round of this year’s renewal; three from an August 2015 mating with Ballymac Mighty; Supreme Rioja, Come On Rodney and Supreme Merlot, two from an April 2015 mating with Borna Empress; Carn Brea and Maureens Wish and Enzo Red and ThisChapsInWork from an August 2015 mating with Bang On Bridget. Supreme Rioja, Carn Brea and Come On Rodney all won their heats and have avoided each other in Wednesday’s second round heats. However, Carn Brea and Supreme Merlot are drawn against each other in heat 6.

An August 2015 litter by Australian Stud dog Head Bound out of Milliesupreme provides four second round runners; Thameside Bound, Ring For Jimmy, Ramspur Gunner and Princes Royal and breeder and trainer Richard Devenish can consider himself unlucky they are drawn in just two heats, with Ramspur Gunner and Ring For Jimmy going in the first heat and Thameside Bound and Princes Royal drawn in the third.

Another pair of siblings drawn together is the March 2015 Head Bound x Story Time pair Apache Kid and Prime Time, both owned by Betty Turner, who also has Manny Pac from the same litter in heat four.

Last year’s Produce was won by Bansha Rooskey, who’s dam Bansha Mo has one pup through to the second round; Bansha Pat, who runs in heat six.

The second round is Wednesday, live on BAGS, with the semi-finals next Monday and the final on Saturday July 22nd.