Sires With Winners - Thursday July 29

Breednet - Thursday July 29

Here is the full list of 33 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

I Am Invincible

I Am Invincible
5g Defeat (ex Shepishir)
3f Eminencia (ex Emissary)
3g Prince Invincible (ex Liten Prinsessa)
4m Kusuda (ex Celtic Crown)
4m Special Picture (ex Falsetto)
3g Dorado (ex The Gem)
3g Olindo (ex Clorinda)
All Too Hard
6g Keysor (ex Midnight Martini)
6m Rustydustysunshine (ex Quench)
Bullet Train
4g Ammo Loco (ex Love Buggy)
Charm Spirit
3g Invisible Spirit (ex Invisible Coin)
6g Em Bryan (ex Doubles Champion)
Dream Ahead
4g Sombre Prize (ex Eimhis)
Exceed And Excel
5g Quidni (ex Quidnunc)
3g Go Gazza (ex Content)
Fully Fledged
6m Thatz Daisy (ex Frankie That)
3f May's West (ex Western Passage)
6g Equal Balance (ex Equivalence)
3g Go Bundle (ex Thanks A Bundle)
3g Goliotus (ex Bellamo)
Mongolian Khan (Second Season)
2c Cheerful Moment (ex Baralo'kash)
3f Smartarc (ex Smartway)
5g Waiagara (ex Wai)
Nom Du Jeu
8g Coconut (ex Good Reason)
4m Rubielie (ex Chase The Dame)
2f Sebrenco (ex Larenco)
3f Pepper Assault (ex Columberdine Girl)
Smart Missile
3g Carlisle Bay (ex Caribbean Concert)
So Secret
3f Agent Kensington (ex Tribulot)
Spirit Of Boom
4g Loud Noise (ex Moulin Lady)
Toorak Toff
6g Toff Rocks (ex Tiny Belle)
6g Maquereau (ex French Belle)
Vancouver (Second Season)
3g Canadian Rockies (ex Red Dress Marley)
Walking Or Dancing
3g Prime Ruler (ex Military Queen)
Worthy Cause (First Season)
2g Fire King (ex Princess Cinders)
6m Mizzena (ex Moonlighter)
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