Sires With Winners - Wednesday July 6

Breednet - Wednesday July 6

Here is the full list of 40 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Spill the Beans

Spill The Beans
4m Enterprise Mia (ex Our Sweet Moss)
2g Like A Lark (ex Lots Of Success)
Adelaide
3f Lady Adelaide (ex Spanski)
All Too Hard
4m Hard Squeeze (ex Exsqueeze Me)
Better Than Ready
3g Bad Boy Bobby (ex Think Money)
City Place
3g Capital Flight (ex Flying Affair)
Cluster
5g Venusian (ex Venus)
Dash For Cash
4m Money Twist (ex Cyclone Bella)
Deep Field
3g Noble Win (ex Doctrine)
Dissident
4m Defiant Diva (ex Cruz By)
Divine Prophet (Second Season)
3g Te Poropiti (ex Caramellos)
Domesday
3g Tee Amici (ex Ellythea)
Dragon Pulse
6g Hello Broadcast (ex St Edith)
Dream Ahead
3c Dare To Share (ex Dual Chamber)
Epaulette
4g Sacred Command (ex La Boheme)
Equiano
7g Unlimited Ability (ex Unlimited Passage)
Extreme Choice (Second Season)
3g High Choice (ex Easy Tee)
Foxwedge
5m Fast 'n' Forward (ex Biscuit Biter)
Gingerbread Man
4g Phanta (ex Dubi Dubi Do)
He's A Decoy
5g Heaps Of Moolah (ex Fabulous Moolah)
Headwater
3f Honey Dew (ex Tej)
Helmet
3f Moorak Miss (ex Sparkling Miss)
Muhaarar
5g Khaalis (ex Alexander Goldrun)
My Admiration
7m Jag The Joker (ex Blume)
New Approach
7g Obelos (ex Dahama)
Playing God
2f Vampi At Play (ex Vampi Lass)
Pride Of Dubai
3f Hypothetical (ex Fitna)
Proisir
3f Dazzling Miss (ex Dazzling)
Red Hot Choice
4g Red Hot Hope (ex Flirt 'n' Hope)
Rios
4g Monza (ex Rongonui)
Rothesay
5g Couldn't Refuse (ex Alyssa Jean)
Savabeel
4m Savanik (ex Dubrovnik)
Sebring
3f Apple Tart (ex Malpara)
Smart Missile
6g Parko (ex Certitude)
Super Easy
3g Princeofcambridge (ex Duchessofcambridge)
Swiss Ace
4m Caramella (ex Joiya)
The Factor
4g Critical Thinker (ex Jennifer Ann)
Unencumbered
6m Soaring Eagle (ex Wings Of Success)
Wanted
5g Detnaw (ex Sister Shirl)
Zoustar
3g Danaustar (ex Danaupair Starlet)
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