Sires With Winners - Thursday November 26

Breednet - Thursday November 26

Here is the full list of 55 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia on Thursday with winners and result details.


4g Playoffs (ex Lazaan)
5g Tavi Mac (ex Bellaroof)
5g Trackman (ex Miranda Miss)
4m Vistabelle (ex Belle Chantecler)
4g Wononeohwon (ex Sursum Corda)
Smart Missile
5g Or Else (ex She Must Be Obeyed)
4m Trajection (ex Pauline De Lago)
The Factor
4m Princess Factor (ex Mlada)
4g Toulon Factor (ex Toulon Bay)
3g Beltoro (ex Believabeel)
4m Glory Game (ex Scarlet Moretta)
Written Tycoon
4m La Zola (ex Singapore Sling)
5g Paperboy (ex Blue Simone)
Your Song
5g Old Harbour (ex De Sweet Soca Song)
5m Tell Everybody (ex Suzy Grey)
4g Athena's Lad (ex Star Of Athena)
Alfred Nobel
4g Away We Go (ex Anhinga)
3g Struck By (ex Cheers Rihanna)
Bon Hoffa
4g The Drover (ex Purrpurrperam)
Canford Cliffs
6g Boomer Beach (ex Catskin)
Captain Rio
7g Redefine (ex Miss Defy)
5g Sir Johnson (ex Concrete Lady)
3g Mustari (ex Hidden Message)
Deep Field
3g Field Of Roses (ex La Tikka Rosa)
6m Miss Merit (ex At The Gates)
Frost Giant
6m Icecrusher (ex Lady Jeumont)
5g The Moors (ex Verneau)
Happy Giggle
11g French Giggle (ex French Ash)
6m My Divas (ex Miss Charmagne)
Henny Hughes
7g Foo Trouble (ex Foo Flyer)
I Am Invincible
2f Imperatriz (ex Berimbau)
4m She's Krupt (ex Amorelle Dehere)
3f Mollycoddle (ex Mascareri)
Lope De Vega
7g Phoenix Of Wit (ex Scantily)
Magic Albert
6m Mystic Eyes (ex Allowable)
3f Miss Bank Place (ex Tottenham Girl)
4m Far Site (ex Perfect Vision)
Medaglia D'Oro
4g Stubai (ex Antillanca)
More Than Ready
3g Stoltz (ex Decelerator)
5g Barmah Al (ex Sweet Peggysue)
6m The Long Run (ex Kindilan)
4g True Ora (ex True Surrender)
5g Vernanme (ex Bohemian Blues)
Per Incanto
8m Magic Incanto (ex Magic Daze)
4m Kurabui (ex Bula Baby)
Redoute's Show
4m Nicka Narcells (ex Questify)
4g The Red Sea (ex Red Pointes)
Rich Enuff (Second Season)
3f Diamonds (ex Balsamico)
3c Zion (ex Kim Dynasty)
Sacred Falls
3f Zee Falls (ex Zelitist)
4m Segrill (ex Frizzle)
4m Shamani (ex Mont Fay)
4m Wheels (ex Sweet Charity)
Shooting To Win
3g Royal Gun Salute (ex Royal Chalee)
So You Think
6g So You Dream (ex Dreamalittledream)
Trade Fair
5m Sporty Spice (ex Special Spice)
4g With Trust (ex Clover Lane)
Universal Ruler
5g Can't Help Myself (ex Black Coat)
Vancouver (Second Season)
3g Yukon (ex Phantom Queen)
Walking Or Dancing
5g Villager (ex Lane's End)
3g Russian Weapon (ex Lekitama)
6g Waisake (ex Kincia)
4g Nelspruit (ex Too Discreet)
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