Sires With Winners - Friday June 24

Breednet - Friday June 24

Here is the full list of 35 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Snitzel

Snitzel
3f Keynote (ex Bleiler)
5m Lady Patricia (ex Miss Dodwell)
3g Scarzel (ex Scarlet Rain)
3g Taborca (ex Fit And Ready)
Better Than Ready
3g Better Ask Roy (ex Umagal)
2g Better Rain (ex What A Smile)
Star Witness
6g High Court (ex Venassas Jig)
3f Starhattan (ex Manhattan Light)
Super One
3g Hello Jack (ex Bonjour)
3g Super View (ex Marview)
Written Tycoon
5m Heljami (ex Miss Chard)
4m Sweet Tycoon (ex Lotta Sugar)
Animal Kingdom
5g Fanmalia (ex Amalie)
Atomic
6g Sold Tha Car (ex Pounce Ontha Couch)
Belardo (Second Season)
3g Belardo Boy (ex L'amour)
Cluster
3g Highground (ex Flying Empress)
Dalghar
4m Lincoln Lover (ex Jessie Street)
Dissident
3f Rebel Dreamer (ex Secrets Sleeping)
Dundeel
3f Mirror Queen (ex Illusionary)
Epaulette
5g Epizeel (ex Zablonde)
Flying Artie (Second Season)
3f Flying Mia (ex Abba)
Hallowed Crown
4m Kotabharu (ex Olivine)
Headwater
2g Water Bomber (ex Regal Tier)
Jakkalberry
4g Sailor Jack (ex Oceania)
Makfi
5m Far Site (ex Perfect Vision)
Proisir
3g Never Fear (ex Poetic Licence)
Reliable Man
2f Librarsi (ex Tennessee Love)
Reward For Effort
3g Reward Tha Master (ex Von Maestro)
Rich Enuff
3g Enabler (ex Kim Noir)
Rubick
5m Gametime (ex Sierra Vista)
Shooting To Win
4m Twig (ex Thrill)
Smart Missile
6g Nuke (ex Hoist)
Squamosa
4m Amosia (ex Banditti)
Starspangledbanner
5m Affinity Beyond (ex Gibraltar Range)
Street Boss
3f Rastelli (ex Snow Surrender)
Towkay
4g Tobkay (ex Gee Gee McKay)
Turffontein
3g Mocca Diamond (ex Ruby Road)
Unencumbered
4g My Boy Birmingham (ex Girls On Film)
Your Song
3f Le Melody (ex Le Sillage)
Zoffany
5g Metallo (ex Buymore)
Zoustar
6g Plenty (ex Ubiquity)
Advertisment
More Reading...
Sires With Winners - Monday August 8
Here is the full list of 28 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
Macau Derby Winner for Deep Field
Highly talented Karaka graduate Cheers Brothers (Deep Field) stepped up to stakes level in style on Sunday with a stunning victory in the M$2.3m Treasure Island Resorts World Macau Derby (1800m). 
Jumps Racing Takes Centre Stage on Sunday
Jumps racing provided the highlights at Sandown on Sunday with the running of the $300,000 Grand National Hurdle and $150,000 Crisp Steeplechase.
Sires With Winners - Sunday August 7
Here is the full list of 64 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.
Pedigree Watch – Germany and France – Aussies Wins Oaks
Australian interest was high in Group I racing overnight in Europe and while Australian bred and owned colt Artorius raced below his best at Deauville, the Australian Bloodstock team had plenty to celebrate claiming their third win in the Group I German Oaks (2200m).
New Write-Off Windfall on Second-Hand Assets
The depreciation concessions that were available in the 2021 income year were “all over the place”, with an array of rule changes that took place part-way through the year, resulting in multiple sets of rules and timeframes that applied, overlapping each other throughout the income year. Thankfully, the depreciation concessions available in the 2022 income year are much simpler, with t
End of Season Sire Tables - Part One
It’s August 1 and the horse’s birthday, so the start of a new season with Breednet sire tables offering end of season stats for all divisions – first, second and third season – 2YO, 3YO and 4YO- plus the popular distance sire tables and it’s all interactive to learn more about these sires.
Slashing Return for Pierro's Dragon Leap
Quality galloper Dragon Leap showed he was right on track for his upcoming spring stakes assignments with a slashing run for second at Ruakaka on Saturday.
Winning Double for Russian Revolution
Reigning Champion First Season Sire Russian Revolution is on the board with his first winners of the new season posting a double of successful first starters at Goulburn and Pakenham.
Vert de Grece Relocates to Brisbane Meadows in NSW
Promising young sire Vert de Grece (IRE) has relocated from Geisel Park in Western Australia and stands this spring at Brisbane Meadows on the Southern Highlands of NSW.