Sires With Winners - Tuesday February 23

Breednet - Tuesday February 23

Here is the full list of 23 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Shamus Award

Shamus Award
4m Mopitts (ex Cleanup)
4g Rich And Shameless (ex Think Fast)
Star Witness
3f Eyewitness (ex Adamant Lass)
3g Vitruvius (ex Luchardo)
Akeed Mofeed
5g Gold Spark (ex Vintage Salon)
Astern (First Season)
2f Seradess (ex Obsidian Dragon)
Epaulette
5g Sylvester (ex Beau Vallon)
Fiorente
4g Lord Goldberg (ex Street Value)
Foxwedge
2f Fox Warrior (ex Marvellous Miss)
Frosted (First Season)
2f Cloudy (ex Applegate)
God's Own
4g Gracias Amigo (ex Random Act)
Helmet
5g Helmaz (ex Littlemiss Sandown)
High Chaparral
5m Prolix (ex Set To Talk)
Lope De Vega
5g Lope De Broker (ex The Dow Jones)
Makfi
3g Ellmaknifico (ex Elegant Achiever)
Monaco Consul
4m Don'tforgetmonica (ex Irrational)
More Than Ready
3g Duke Caboom (ex Absolutelyfabulous)
Mossman
4m Oriental Girl (ex Golden Orient)
Nicconi
3g Magic On Ice (ex Ice Dancer)
Poet's Voice
4g Nice Retort (ex Terrordini)
Rothesay
3g Robig (ex Colonial Lass)
Scintillo
5m Nashian (ex Sakhra)
Sidestep
3f Musical Girl (ex Rocking Rhonda)
Unencumbered
4g Depth That Varies (ex Zellindi)
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