Sires With Winners - Tuesday March 2

Breednet - Tuesday March 2

Here is the full list of 29 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Proisir

Proisir
3f Gunmetal Girl (ex Ghia)
3f Secret Sheema (ex Sheema)
Agitate
3f Alotta Attitude (ex Sheza Dragon)
Big Brown
5g Bromes (ex Mesmerize Me)
Bon Hoffa
6g Auburn Boy (ex Slippery Sal)
Dalghar
5g Charm Offensive (ex Courtly Fashion)
Dylan Thomas
7g Fratellino (ex Minnesota Jewel)
Fastnet Rock
3f Screwdriver (ex Ruby Falls)
Fiorente
4m Obedience (ex Lady La Bend)
Frosted (First Season)
2c Frostin' (ex Patina)
Hidden Dragon
4g Pay The Plumber (ex Lotsahula)
Husson
4m Justitia (ex Solar Verde)
I Am Invincible
3g California Cible (ex Magic Harmony)
Kaphero
5m Free Spin (ex Dawn Rising)
Not A Single Doubt
4g Demurral (ex Donnica)
Oratorio
5g Lord Greystoke (ex Bantry Bay)
Raise The Flag
3f Raise The Colours (ex Rosegreen)
Red Element
4m September Girl (ex Golden Dreams)
Reward For Effort
4g Jacquine Reward (ex Jacquinella)
Sacred Falls
3g South Parade (ex Celebrate)
Savabeel
3f Pretty Good (ex Pretty)
Scintillo
5g Bugalugs (ex Bohemian Circus)
Sebring
4m Segrill (ex Frizzle)
Smart Missile
3g Swanston (ex Deeming)
Snitzel
4g Ziedrich (ex Precious Sophia)
Spirit Of Boom
4g Lieutenant (ex County Commands)
Street Boss
4g Via Capo (ex My Option)
Top Echelon
3f Above The Lot (ex Amazing Grey)
Vancouver (Second Season)
3f Canadian Spice (ex Paprika)
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