Sires With Winners - Sunday January 17

Breednet - Sunday January 17

Here is the full list of 47 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Pierro

Dream Ahead
3f Shanjomi (ex Diadem Trist)
4g Wicked Willy (ex Diamantina Dior)
El Roca
4g El Prados (ex Palace Crown)
3g Jett Austin (ex My Fiancee)
Love Conquers All
4g Cheers To All (ex No Win No Wine)
4m To Dem With Love (ex Joan's Best)
Pierro
4m Qiji Bellezza (ex Graciela)
4m Shy Girl (ex I Presume)
Snitzel
4g Family Folks (ex Miss Sharapova)
7g Silentz (ex Inthemix)
Stratum
5g Beauty Applause (ex Easy Step)
3f Dejanova (ex Kiss Me Goodbye)
All American
7g Elusive State (ex Jarada)
All Too Hard
6g Shanghai Dragon (ex Miss Tizzy)
Blackfriars
4g Jack In The Black (ex True Charm)
Brazen Beau
3f Kokomo Bliss (ex Aces And Angels)
Casino Prince
6g Royal Thunder (ex Thundarosa)
City Place
4g Oxbridge (ex Colleges)
Dash For Cash
5g Swift Mirage (ex Princess Alive)
Deep Field
4g Rebel Salute (ex Reggae)
Denman
6m Maria Elisa (ex Via)
Dissident
4g Outlandos (ex Rocksan)
Domesday
2f Mishani Tulip (ex Mishani Lotus)
El Nino
5m Stormiaire (ex Penniaire)
Epaulette
5g What The Fuss (ex Fuss Me Long Time)
Exceed And Excel
3c Exceed Tycoon (ex Viadana)
Hinchinbrook
4g Big Bada Boom (ex Easy Tee)
I Am Invincible
4m Iamican (ex If I Can I Can)
I'm All The Talk (Second Season)
3g Warm 'n' Fuzzy (ex What A Rumour)
Kuroshio
4m Kiata (ex Lascelles)
Lookin At Lucky
5g Hongkong Great (ex La Sinverguenza)
Magnus
9g Mr Pago (ex Ashamika)
Monashee Mountain
4g Jacksprat (ex Zoleen)
Niagara
6g Upswing (ex Asaweb)
Nicconi
3f Kirra Lass (ex Crystal Jewel)
Per Incanto
4g Golden Link (ex Kendoka)
Red Dazzler
4g Ping Hai Bravo (ex Mountain Bluebird)
Roman Emperor
3g Mandalong Roman (ex Mandalong Annie)
Sepoy
4g Advertising (ex Aim For Gold)
Shocking
4g Fend Off (ex Princess Pedrille)
Shrapnel
5g Currawar (ex La Belle Vitesse)
Sizzling
3g The Burning (ex Virginia Breeze)
So You Think
5g Bill The Bee (ex Paint By Numbers)
Spirit Of Boom
3g Simply Fly (ex Express Air)
Supreme Class
4g Debbonaire Boy (ex Make Me Dance)
The Factor
4g New Future (ex New Moves)
Trade Fair
5m Jovella (ex Saraama)
Trusting
5m Unguarded (ex Madeittothemoon)
Turffontein
5g Red Octane (ex Oamaru Rose)
Your Song
5g Old Harbour (ex De Sweet Soca Song)
Zacinto
7g Lady First (ex Avoid)
Zoustar
5g Fearless General (ex Cajun Waltz)
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