Sires With Winners - Tuesday June 21

Breednet - Tuesday June 21

Here is the full list of 29 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

I Am Invincible

I Am Invincible
2g He's Essential (ex Al's Magic Miss)
3g Montenegro (ex Twilight Royale)
Master Of Design
8g Riverdance Lad (ex Waltzing Lily)
5m Rose By Design (ex Confederate Rose)
Sidestep
5g Dimitri (ex Valerina)
5m Jac The Great (ex Gemini Miss)
Adelaide
4g Waikato (ex Subtitle)
Brazen Beau
3g Devilish Dude (ex Graceful Devil)
Bull Point
4g Manco Man (ex Sukhar)
Cable Bay (Second Season)
3f Brave Maso (ex Maloose)
Dream Ahead
4g Bracewell (ex Grave)
El Roca
3g El Lago (ex Lakeside)
Exosphere
4m Exhibitor (ex Passilente)
Fast 'n' Famous
5m Sailing (ex Keel Haul)
Foxwedge
3g Vella Fox (ex Vellabel)
Hinchinbrook
3g Hodgson (ex Waterspell)
Kaphero
7g Big Darryl (ex Century Maiden)
Kuroshio
6g Pivotal Motion (ex Folichonne)
Manhattan Rain
3g Southern Front (ex Royal Singer)
Pierro
6g Head Up High (ex Walk Alone)
Press Statement
2f Catwalk Criminal (ex Angie Sanclemente)
Real Impact
4g Mevius (ex Darting)
Reward For Effort
6m Ivira (ex Our Girl Charlize)
Rock 'n' Pop
4m My Oddette (ex Swan Lake)
Scissor Kick
4m Ideal Miss (ex Perfect Hostess)
Shamus Award
4g Award Knight (ex Lady Mary)
Starspangledbanner
7g Gorush Lightning (ex Lady's Light)
The Factor
3f Forked Tongue (ex Lizards Lover)
Wicked Style
4g Mount Zion (ex Mataranka)
Written Tycoon
3f Tagomago (ex Dhahab)
Your Song
3f Cosmic Serenade (ex Space Odyssey)
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