Sires With Winners - Wednesday September 23

Breednet - Wednesday September 23

Here is the full list of 40 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Crackerjack King

Crackerjack King
4m Exalted Queen (ex Exalted Blonde)
4g Jack's A Cracker (ex Tori Silver)
3g Cetshwayo (ex Haraka)
3g Pure Deal (ex Elegant Attire)
4m Emanate (ex Guelph)
3f Pensato (ex Miss Right Note)
So You Think
3c Poland (ex Sun Song)
4g Treasured Crown (ex Jewelled)
4m Entriviere (ex Marcey's Belt)
4m Graciano (ex Tempranillo)
Testa Rossa
4m Chaillot (ex Mary Of Modena)
6g Tesarc (ex Special Deece)
Written Tycoon
3c Argenteus (ex Golden Penny)
4m Tycoon Storm (ex Gibraltar Storm)
5g Sunmate (ex Mega Queen)
Artie Schiller
7m Hilumiere (ex Hyami)
Brazen Beau
2c General Beau (ex Phosphorescence)
Charm Spirit
4g Kirwan's Lane (ex Galway)
5m Golden Mean (ex Gold Shears)
Deep Field
4g Chat (ex Only Words)
El Roca
3g Grand Gesture (ex Jawharaw)
4m Light Brocade (ex Hanukkah)
5m Iridessa (ex Zennita)
Fastnet Rock
3c Rocket Spade (ex Affairoftheheart)
4g Ironical (ex Pride Of Africa)
3g Clearance Sale (ex Romance Writer)
4m Pull Anchor (ex Mel's Pocket)
Magic Albert
5m Tricky Gal (ex Velocity Gal)
Mint Lane
4g General Mint (ex Nilreen)
More Than Ready
3f Gullfoss (ex Golden Falls)
My Admiration
6m Jag The Joker (ex Blume)
3f Celestine (ex Gleams)
Outreach (Second Season)
3g Outback Jack (ex Anamour)
Playing God
4g Fiery Water (ex Palace Alice)
Redoute's Choice
4m Lorne (ex Lifesaver Lady)
5g Rising Renown (ex Vickichristina)
6g Curious George (ex Lucky Be Lucky)
Rip Van Winkle
4g Super Sid (ex Half Bak)
Rock 'n' Pop
4m Lavaglo (ex Little Glo)
4g Relucent (ex Bright)
Scat Daddy
5g Yulong Storm (ex Dreams Of Fire)
6g Seeingisbelieving (ex Dream 'n' Believe)
4m Archanna (ex Azmiyna)
Spirit Of Boom
4m Able Mabel (ex Hypocrisy)
4m Affair To Remember (ex St Trinians)
Universal Ruler
3g Sheikh It (ex Lady Sherifa)
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