Sires With Winners - Thursday November 25

Breednet - Thursday November 25

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


4m Bedford Square (ex Superefficient)
4g Chestorius (ex Ormond Road)
4m Niffler (ex Glamorous Girl)
7g Acermetric (ex San Sophia)
4m Jafetica (ex Peg's Pride)
Per Incanto
4g Nod Of The Head (ex Can't Keeper Down)
3f Per Ivy (ex Ivy Hall)
5m Lindelani (ex Inkster)
4g Sixbysixtythree (ex Thawaabet)
Written Tycoon
3f Viviane (ex Curtana)
3g Writey O'Pal (ex Palomita)
American Pharoah (Second Season)
3f Lady Court (ex Fitness)
4m Atomic Selfie (ex Self Portrait)
Canford Cliffs
5g Sig Positano (ex Caponi)
Chance In Time
8g Arno The Fox (ex Eucla)
Deep Field
4g Submerge (ex Carribean Sunset)
El Roca
3g White Noise (ex White Nymph)
5m Obedience (ex Lady La Bend)
4g Makkaldee (ex Pebble)
Mahuta (Second Season)
3f Marinsky Ballet (ex Aunt Lydia)
Medaglia D'Oro
3f Glittery (ex Dazzler)
More Than Ready
4m Too Much Lippy (ex Lipari)
Needs Further
3f Our Heidi (ex Scout Finch)
Nom Du Jeu
7g Roni (ex Karaka Jubilee)
6g Sagunto (ex Queen Sabeel)
3g Hot Blooded (ex Hottington)
6g Credit Manager (ex Heineken Lass)
4m Rose 'n' Power (ex Diamond Rose)
2g Zaher (ex Kimberley Cool)
Rich Enuff
4g Next Ride (ex Carousel Queen)
3f Dance Session (ex Keep On Dancin')
4g Five Bulls (ex Heavenly Wonder)
Sweet Orange
4g Daqiansweet Junior (ex Paulette)
4g Orlov (ex Diamond Cut)
5g Our Free Spirit (ex Our Spirits Bay)
Va Pensiero
4m Penopera (ex Ashlee's Jewel)
War Chant
4m Winsalot (ex Pretentious)
4g Bentayga (ex High Tail It)
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Wil John Wins Jericho Cup in a Thriller
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National Defense Filly Makes History in Juvenile Turf Sprint
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Blue Blood Frankel Mare Wins G3 Summoned Stakes
Juddmonte Farm’s Frankel has had an amazingly successful year in 2021 finishing as the Champion Sire for GB and Ireland for the first time and adding a new stakes-winner to his tally at Caulfield on Saturday when talented mare Steinem (GB) took out the Group III MRC Summoned Stakes (1600m).
Pin-up horse Gold Watch continues winning streak
Gold Watch, one of the most exciting gallopers in New Zealand racing, kept his winning streak intact at Te Aroha on Saturday with another powerful display to take out the open 1400m contest on the card.
All Too Hard's Demonetization Wins G3
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First Australian Stakes-Winner for Kingman
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First Season Sires Impress at Tattersalls Foal Sale
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Stakes Quinella for Reward for Effort
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Another Magic 2YO Winner for Te Akau
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