Daily Roundup For Friday August 7

Breednet - Friday August 7
A quick overview of today's results covering maiden winners, first season sire placegetters, second season sire winners and highest priced winners.
Maiden Winners
Ballarat Synthetic
3g Duke Caboom (More Than Ready x Absolutelyfabulous)
3f Dress (Kingman x Cross Cave)
3c Loca (Zoustar x Shakeira)
4m Incas (Kuroshio x Zalga)
Tamworth
6m Astrobaby (Court Command x Astrobabe)
4g Sapphires Son (Pluck x Sapphire Moon)
4m Spiranac (Magic Albert x Makemeasupermodel)
Ipswich
4g Spurious (Jet Spur x Empress Of Rome)
5g Next Dimension (Per Incanto x Gee Baby)
Canberra
4g Club Legend (Ustinov x Danari)
3f Different Time (Albrecht x Exciting Time)
6g Costa Chin Chin (Von Costa De Hero x Lady Tranquil)
6m Wilful Soul (Wilful Default x Spirit Soul)
Wingatui
5g Club Spirit (Swiss Ace x Kilderry)
4m Ringadingding (Showcasing x Sweet Spirit)
4m Asathought (So You Think x Asavant)
5g Hey Mickey (Zed x Castellani)
First Season Sire Placegetters
Second Season Sire Winners
The Wow Signal
4g Wowsers (ex Oomaroo)
Zebedee
4m Sodalite (ex Tigers Eyes)
Top Priced Winners
Loca - MM GCYS $900,000
3c (Zoustar x Shakeira)
Marsannay - MM GCYS $400,000
3c (Snitzel x Bourgogne)
Lady Brahmos - MM GCYS $160,000
4m (Smart Missile x Fortune Of War)
Rock The Bowler - MM GCYS $150,000
5g (Fastnet Rock x The Hamptons)
Duke Caboom - MM GCYS $120,000
3g (More Than Ready x Absolutelyfabulous)
Wichita Warrior - Inglis AEYS $110,000
4g (All Too Hard x Panipique)
Club Spirit - NZB SYS $85,000
5g (Swiss Ace x Kilderry)
Smart Elissim - MM GCYS $80,000
5g (Smart Missile x Nobody But You)
Wowsers - MM GCYS $80,000
4g (The Wow Signal x Oomaroo)
Apache Junction - Inglis R2RS $80,000
6g (High Chaparral x My Little Girl)
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