Sires With Winners - Friday July 23

Breednet - Friday July 23

Here is the full list of 25 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Bel Esprit

Bel Esprit
7g Desert Thorn (ex Precious Snippets)
3f Rubyexpress (ex Zany Lass)
Darci Brahma
4m Sierra Sue (ex Centree)
5g Wild Moon (ex Star Jasmine)
Mahisara
3g Got The Lot (ex Diamonds'n'pearls)
3f Short Sara (ex Court Short)
Spirit Of Boom
5g Brinkmanship (ex Tiyatro)
3g Strut (ex Dazzling Display)
Akeed Mofeed
3f Sure Strategy (ex Mayneda Strategy)
Canford Cliffs
4g Colsridge (ex Two Hills)
Choisir
3g Mr Cruise (ex Hollyweird)
Denman
4m Starden Lass (ex Search The Stars)
Foxwedge
3g Married To The Mob (ex Pfeiffer)
Galah
4g Dance Cockey (ex Korenica)
Manhattan Rain
4g Upper East Side (ex Pretentious Miss)
Niagara
5g Looks Like (ex Astana)
Oratorio
4g Weona Brute (ex Miss Tahitian)
Pierro
5g Stevie's Wonder (ex Soul Singer)
Press Statement (Second Season)
3f Tawfiq Lass (ex Tawfiq Valley)
Reliable Man
3g Hangyourhat (ex Love The Limelight)
Rip Van Winkle
4g Sleepless (ex Darcey Bussell)
Scissor Kick (Second Season)
3f Addison Reserve (ex Balance Of Nature)
Sebring
2g Derani (ex Benedictus)
Shalaa (First Season)
2f Phule (ex Esprit Hi)
Shamus Award
3g Keep On Bopping (ex Li'l Cashy)
Sidestep
4m Tango Stepz (ex Iguazu Falls)
Unusual Suspect
4g Hot Suspect (ex Sissonne)
Vancouver (Second Season)
3f Syzygy Stars (ex Perpetuum)
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