Sires With Winners - Wednesday October 20

Breednet - Wednesday October 20

Here is the full list of 36 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Toronado (IRE)

5g Daltoro (ex Dalaniwave)
5g Legend Of Zorro (ex Healing Kiss)
4m Rainbiel (ex Isles Of Wonder)
9g Black Chips (ex Dashing Tip)
7g Wee Ripper (ex Away Ye Go)
I Am Invincible
3f Bella Rouge (ex Choose)
3f Real Danger (ex Real Charm)
4g Crestani (ex Cresta Condor)
4m Nicci's Spirit (ex Gentle Spirit)
Redoute's Choice
4m Derive (ex Malala)
5g Divine Eleven (ex Gold Fortune)
5g Blesk (ex Sparkling)
4g Mightybeel (ex Super Power)
Star Witness
5m C'est Une Star (ex Sesenta)
4g Vitruvius (ex Luchardo)
5m Tralee Rose (ex Star Of Tralee)
3g Tutukaka (ex Meleka Belle)
Al Maher
4m Elusive Jewel (ex Blue Ruby)
4g Wild Willy (ex Work Before Play)
Bel Esprit
7g Rodney (ex The Bay Rod)
Brazen Beau
4m Beaumis (ex Symphony Miss)
12g Flow Meter (ex Trice Moss)
6g Gimme A Reason (ex Gimme Ago)
Dream Ahead
3c Dare To Share (ex Dual Chamber)
El Roca
4g Kid Roc (ex Submissive)
4g Delexo (ex Delectable Dora)
4h Nobel Heights (ex Free Friday)
Hard Spun
8g Aerovictory (ex Universal)
Love Conquers All
4g Mishani Conman (ex Shady Daisy)
3g Magnificent Andy (ex Yaloginda)
4m Stella Eclipse (ex Amsterdam)
Playing God
3g Advanced (ex Oriel)
5m Modesty (ex Crystal Hill)
Reliable Man
4m Chakana (ex Run To The Bank)
Rich Enuff
3g Run And Tell (ex Dubai Gal)
6g Above And Beyond (ex Miss Rendina)
4m Dais (ex Daina)
3f Corista (ex Midnight Aliyana)
5m Skilled Bunch (ex Pick O' The Bunch)
3g Snitzonfire (ex Piping Hot)
So You Think
4m Think Glory (ex Rekindled Glory)
Spill The Beans
3g Why We Drink (ex Bellavonane)
Star Turn (Second Season)
3f La Bella Beals (ex Miss Beals)
6m Sunny Green (ex Green Ice)
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