Sires With Winners - Thursday April 21

Breednet - Thursday April 21

Here is the full list of 41 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia on Thursday with winners and result details.

Sta Witness

Star Witness
3f Star Spirit (ex Winning Line)
5m Starboreta (ex Arboreta)
3f Starhattan (ex Manhattan Light)
Dissident
3g New Republic (ex Apprise)
4g Reuber (ex Fortress Madonna)
Dundeel
6g Belladeel (ex Giovanna Bella)
4m Kandaka (ex Mendicity)
Hallowed Crown
3g Henty (ex Mousseline)
4m Kotabharu (ex Olivine)
My Admiration
3f My Marlaina (ex Marlaina)
6m Our Idyll (ex Temuka)
Swiss Ace
6g Helvetian (ex Confidante)
7g Monsieur Macron (ex Best French)
All Too Hard
5m Cabalo Escuro (ex Lucia)
American Pharoah (Second Season)
3f Emmy Regina (ex Victory Tycoon)
Bel Esprit
3g Bow (ex Secret Bond)
Bold Attraction
4m Bold And Lucy (ex Lucy's Cash)
Capitalist (Second Season)
3f Maly Malt (ex Hestia)
Charge Forward
4g The Cruiser (ex Chatelaine)
Choisir
3f Myeyesadoreyou (ex Ellie's Gem)
Demerit
8g Minus Looks (ex All Class)
Dream Ahead
3g Minidream (ex Typhoon Tilly)
Dubleo
5g Emerald's Son (ex Dahara Prize)
Husson
4m Pratten Park (ex Komachi)
Husson Lightning
7g Admiral Husson (ex Musical Smile)
Keep The Faith
4g Huguenot (ex Champagne Miss)
Lucas Cranach
6g Court Painter (ex Street Goddess)
Medaglia D'Oro
3g Podium (ex Apamurra)
Mossman
6g Calag (ex Nessun Dorma)
Nostradamus
4g Steady Jam (ex Sorren Tessa)
Not A Single Doubt
3f Dignified Doubt (ex Dame Margo Fonteyn)
Ocean Park
2c Oceans Above (ex Ravenna)
Pierro
6g Head Up High (ex Walk Alone)
Press Statement
3f Korobeiniki (ex Hidden Spirit)
Pride Of Dubai
3f Chandon Burj (ex Chandana)
Proisir
4g Hello Handsome (ex Hey Pretty Katie)
Real Impact
2f Impactfull Miss (ex Reconstruct)
Red Dazzler
3g Cabsav (ex Miss Cabriolet)
Savabeel
4m Travelling Kate (ex A Touch Of Ruby)
So You Think
3f Saucey Horsey (ex Zara Bay)
Spirit Of Boom
3g Bold Halo (ex Arctic Eclipse)
Tivaci (Second Season)
3f Teluici (ex Dubai Belle)
Top Echelon
4g Exalted (ex Flinders Command)
Toronado
4m Miss Keeler (ex Harrow)
Trade Fair
4m Stella Fair (ex Cattalo)
Winning Rupert (Second Season)
2f She's Winning (ex De Starsandcircles)
Your Song
3f Palawa Kani (ex Indulgence)
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