Sires With Winners - Thursday September 24

Breednet - Thursday September 24

Here is the full list of 41 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Your Song

Your Song
5g Bosendi (ex Think Fast)
4m Lyrical Girl (ex Sheeznodoubt)
3f Sahara Song (ex Desert Pegasus)
Deep Field
4g Luvoir (ex Marmi)
3f Zanzidance (ex Dance Card)
I Am Invincible
5g Valiant (ex Captivating Claire)
4g Zell (ex Viennese Lass)
Per Incanto
3f Bonham (ex Fortune's Choice)
4g Shadow Crush (ex Inertia)
Brazen Beau
3f Supertanker (ex Head Over Heels)
3f Miss Conduct (ex She's Got Gears)
3c Ain'tnodeeldun (ex Ain'tnofallenstar)
El Roca
3f Palaszczuk (ex Decking)
4g Applecross (ex Intierra)
4m Valley Of Dreams (ex Valley Of Success)
Fighting Sun
3f Miss Inbetween (ex Ruby Ninetails)
Fully Fledged
6g Obrigado (ex Cindz)
Handsome Ransom
6m Hunboshi (ex Golden Honey)
He's Remarkable
6m Great North Road (ex Rodeo Queen)
4g If You Dance (ex Save The Last Danz)
Jabali (Second Season)
3g Canexcell (ex Sandy Selection)
5m Northern Wilderose (ex Postcard)
More Than Ready
4g Montez (ex Colorado Claire)
5m Mohaka (ex Diplomacy)
6g Nedwin (ex Edwina)
7g Nicosmile (ex By Her Smile)
No Nay Never (Second Season)
3g Blue Kentucky Moon (ex Blue Desert Moon)
Ocean Park
4m Ocean Treaty (ex Striker)
6g Tiro (ex Mayon)
5g Castel Sant'angelo (ex Lucky Angel)
5g Scherzo (ex Nordic Dancer)
Poet's Voice
4g Shakespeare (ex Ulfah)
3f Elizabeel (ex Now And Again)
Rip Van Winkle
5g Yossarian (ex Kapsjoy)
Roc De Cambes
3f True Blessing (ex Okagbare)
Scissor Kick (Second Season)
3c Tell Me Again (ex Sussuro)
3f Wegobam (ex Our Pride And Joy)
Shamus Award
3f A Pinch Of Luck (ex A Pinch Of Salt)
8m Bellissimo (ex Belle)
4m Oh So Hot (ex Tale Of Love)
5g Lose The Snip (ex Princess Iris)
5g Tavion Prince (ex On Arrival)
Written Tycoon
6g Paper Trade (ex Rose Of Scotland)
4g Zoffala (ex Woodala)
3c Yulong Code (ex Acouplamas)
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