End of Season Sire Tables - Part Two

Tara Madgwick - Sunday July 31

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.

Broodmare Sires – Redoute’s Choice on top by earnings and Encosta de Lago the leader by winners and stakes-winners.

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DISTANCE SIRE TABLES

Sprint – Nicconi on top by earnings thanks to Nature Strip, I Am Invincible the leader by winenrs and stakes-winners.

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Sprint Mile – Nicconi leads by earnings, Written Tycoon by winners and I Am Invincible and Snitzel tied for stakes-winners.

 

Mile Middle distance -  So You think on top by earnings and winners and tied with Savabeel on seven stakes-winners.

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Staying – Shamus Award the leader by earnings and Tavistock on top by winners and stakes-winners with six.

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