Daily Roundup For Friday July 31

Breednet - Friday July 31
A quick overview of today's results covering maiden winners, first season sire placegetters, second season sire winners and highest priced winners.
Maiden Winners
Wyong
3f Malfy (Dundeel x Belle Giselle)
4m Now Or Never (All American x Milanesa)
3g Sweeping Brook (Hinchinbrook x Deverra)
3g Garrison (I Am Invincible x Unassailed)
Geelong
2g Squami (Squamosa x White Yard)
2f Sweetzou (Zoustar x Sweet Butterfly)
2c Blondeau (I Am Invincible x Bit Of Cheek)
3g Fabalot (Camelot x Flamingo Rose)
Goulburn
3f Aeecee Dynasty (Smart Missile x Rorippa)
3f Everjust (Dissident x Elwaaryaa)
3g Halevi (So You Think x Popcorn Charley)
Mackay
3f Nailed It Nan (Real Saga x Dulacca Diva)
Awapuni
4m Wine N' Dine (Nadeem x Ima Lady)
First Season Sire Placegetters
Pride Of Dubai
3rd - 2g Criminal (ex Count Your Fingers)
Second Season Sire Winners
Deep Field
3g Deep Dive (ex Zelsnitz)
Dissident
3f Everjust (ex Elwaaryaa)
Rubick
3g Coco Cuber (ex Coco De Mer)
Top Priced Winners
Deep Dive - MM GCYS $380,000
3g (Deep Field x Zelsnitz)
Blondeau - MM GCYS $360,000
2c (I Am Invincible x Bit Of Cheek)
Sweetzou - NZB KB1 $300,000
2f (Zoustar x Sweet Butterfly)
Fanaar - NZB K-B1 $220,000
3g (Stratum x Dubonnet)
Bigger Than Thorn - MM GCYS $200,000
3g (Snitzel x Heart Ashley)
Everjust - MM GCYS $170,000
3f (Dissident x Elwaaryaa)
Catmosphere - Inglis AEYS $140,000
5g (Stratum x Combat Kitty)
Coco Cuber - Inglis CYS $85,000
3g (Rubick x Coco De Mer)
Sweeping Brook - Inglis CYS $80,000
3g (Hinchinbrook x Deverra)
Now Or Never - Inglis CYS $55,000
4m (All American x Milanesa)
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