Sires With Winners - Sunday October 25

Breednet - Sunday October 25

Here is the full list of 76 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Deep Field

Deep Field
4g King's Champ (ex Yosei)
4g Meteorite (ex Draw Forward)
4g Miej (ex Rosetta Stone)
All American
3f American Choice (ex Elle Choisit)
3g Life For A Life (ex Love Of My Life)
Hallowed Crown
4g Bluestone (ex Rip Trice)
4m Crowning Star (ex Lets Have Some Fun)
I Am Invincible
6g Imperium (ex Aaleyah)
5g The August (ex Acouplamas)
Reward For Effort
6g Allspice (ex Extra Spice)
4m Summer Lover (ex Summery)
Star Witness
4m Ashzaya (ex Shashzaya)
4g Rocket Star (ex Tragic Moment)
Toronado
3g Shelby Cobra (ex Segenhoe Valley)
4g Stuchbree Stamp (ex Waiting For Glory)
War Chant
5m Dance Music (ex Fast Flowing)
4g Power And Passion (ex Passion Cantata)
Alamosa
6g I'm A Conqueror (ex Racqueteer)
Albrecht
5g Fearless Al (ex Fearless Babe)
All Too Hard
6h All Too Huiying (ex Madame Flurry)
Anacheeva
6g Doolie (ex Jacquinella)
Authorized
8g King's Hand (ex Grey Gem)
Blackfriars
6g Brother Paddy (ex Nurse Norma)
Brazen Beau
4m Tan Tat Harmony (ex Tan Tat De Lago)
Burgundy
4m Burgundy Rose (ex Paraiba)
Canford Cliffs
4m All Price (ex High Esprit)
Chatline
6g Radio Room (ex Concrete Lady)
Choisir
5m Dolly Spartan (ex Country Class)
Dane Fever
8m Lobban Hood (ex Jevali Lobban)
Danesis
7g Alienated (ex Belle Tower)
Dansili
6g Urbino (ex Novellara)
Dawn Approach
4h Day Approach (ex Alzanti)
Eurozone
3g Euroworld (ex Sherocksmyworld)
Excelebration
5m High Excalebration (ex High Esprit)
Falkirk
7g Deerfield (ex The Dazzler)
Fighting Sun
3f Valjeta (ex Golden Dusk)
Galah
3g Gallant Ranger (ex Secret Crush)
Headwater (Second Season)
3g Poita (ex Pieetys)
Henny Hughes
8g Nic Nac (ex Galantine)
High Chaparral
7m Kiriana (ex Let's Get Famous)
Holy Roman Emperor
4g Inferno (ex Spina Rosa)
Host
3g The Big Goodbye (ex Penny Opera)
Kaphero
6m Lisa (ex Princess Poppi)
Keep The Faith
4g Thoughts'n'prayers (ex Tilly May)
Keeper
10g Keep The Magic (ex Lady Kaapusine)
King Of Danes
5g Call Me Herbie (ex Miss Aberdeen)
Lonhro
6g Beacon (ex Luce Del Mare)
Magnus
4m Miss Scalini (ex Tre Scalini)
Mikki Isle (First Season)
2f Oriental Princess (ex Anadan)
Mossman
4g Kharisma (ex Command More)
Myboycharlie
7g Chuckles (ex Ducey Du)
Niconoise
5g Legless Nick (ex Slinky Nandina)
Nom Du Jeu
9g Master Fin (ex Cloverlee)
Northern Meteor
7g Chapelco (ex Nishaani)
O'Lonhro
9m Social Media (ex Rapid Sensation)
Onemorenomore
4m One Pound (ex Day Dream)
Ouqba
6g Ouqba Ted (ex Exquisite Fashion)
Per Incanto
5m Trendy Belt (ex Snip Ya Belt)
Pierro
6m Music Of The Night (ex Moonlight Music)
Pour Moi
6g Wentwood (ex Desert Liaison)
Press Statement (Second Season)
3f Hold The Press (ex Asset Rain)
Redoute's Choice
4m Silver Lake (ex Silver Blossom)
Road To Rock
7m Rockoneve (ex Miss Daphne)
Rocker
4m I Am A Rocker (ex Chateau Marmont)
Savabeel
6m Concert Hall (ex Classic Legacy)
Sepoy
4g Soldierofthebrave (ex Callitris)
Shooting To Win
3f Majestic Shot (ex Curtsey)
Showcasing
4g Showcase The Gold (ex Uno Sayuri)
Sizzling
3g Karayer (ex Flaunting)
Starspangledbanner
3f Fish Hook (ex Zakayla)
Stratum
4g Forged In Stone (ex Writteninthestars)
Stryker
4m Trivago Girl (ex Star Peril)
Super Easy
5g Fight To Victory (ex Sade)
Super Kid
6m Witch Kid (ex Incarnation)
Super One (Second Season)
3f Ciao Uno (ex Ciao)
Tapit
5r Mandalong Tapit (ex Euphrosyne)
Tavistock
4m Tango Gold (ex Glitzabeel)
The Factor
5m Miss Elegance (ex Wild Storm)
Time For War
3c Timerox (ex Diamond Day)
Time Thief
5m Leave Me Some (ex Little Miss Clang)
Trade Fair
7g Trade Storm (ex Highway Thunder)
Wanted
6g Highly Desired (ex Donna Carina)
Warhorse
4g Stirrup (ex Mukda Moonlight)
Zoffany
5m Artistic Focus (ex Concentration)
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