Sires With Winners - Friday August 7

Breednet - Friday August 7

Here is the full list of 37 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Artie Schiller stands at Stockwell Thoroughbreds

Artie Schiller
7m Arleta (ex Galleta)
4g Maserartie Bay (ex Navica)
Raise The Flag
7m Crispin (ex Red Stilettos)
7g Slammer (ex Miss Agavero)
Smart Missile
4m Lady Brahmos (ex Fortune Of War)
5g Smart Elissim (ex Nobody But You)
3f Different Time (ex Exciting Time)
All Too Hard
4g Wichita Warrior (ex Panipique)
7g Ricky Baker (ex Lavender Hill)
Court Command
6m Astrobaby (ex Astrobabe)
Dream Ahead
5g Moree Dreaming (ex Salwa)
5m Gem Dealer (ex Anniversary Jewel)
Fastnet Rock
5g Rock The Bowler (ex The Hamptons)
High Chaparral
6g Apache Junction (ex My Little Girl)
Jet Spur
4g Spurious (ex Empress Of Rome)
5g Kandari (ex Prime Time)
3f Dress (ex Cross Cave)
7g Our Finvarra (ex Shelly Sue)
4m Incas (ex Zalga)
Magic Albert
4m Spiranac (ex Makemeasupermodel)
Monashee Mountain
6m Okanagan Miss (ex Miss Marples)
More Than Ready
3g Duke Caboom (ex Absolutelyfabulous)
Per Incanto
5g Next Dimension (ex Gee Baby)
4m Top Ghia (ex Ghia)
4g Sapphires Son (ex Sapphire Moon)
Real Saga
7m Real Cute (ex Material Girl)
5g Final Savings (ex Final Touch)
Shamus Award
5g Watchmen (ex Kicken Vixen)
4m Ringadingding (ex Sweet Spirit)
3c Marsannay (ex Bourgogne)
So You Think
4m Asathought (ex Asavant)
Swiss Ace
5g Club Spirit (ex Kilderry)
The Wow Signal
4g Wowsers (ex Oomaroo)
4g Club Legend (ex Danari)
Von Costa De Hero
6g Costa Chin Chin (ex Lady Tranquil)
Wilful Default
6m Wilful Soul (ex Spirit Soul)
4m Sodalite (ex Tigers Eyes)
5g Hey Mickey (ex Castellani)
3c Loca (ex Shakeira)
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