Sires With Winners - Sunday April 23

Breednet - Sunday April 23

Here is the full list of 83 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia on Sunday with winners and result details.

Deep Field

Deep Field
5g Everyone's Victory (ex Abolish)
5m Mathrin (ex Springbok Girl)
4g Youthful Deal (ex Orchid Beach)
I Am Invincible
4g Brentwood (ex Pursuits)
4g Invincible Tycoon (ex Tai Tai Tess)
4g Super Salute (ex Martindale Hall)
Written Tycoon
5g Lambdoma Energy (ex Hunters Heroine)
3g Maximum Control (ex Alcatraz)
3g Spirited Writings (ex Tarcoola Spirit)
Casino Prince
4m Bell's Bighouse (ex Bells Of Troy)
7m Leonarda (ex La Bella Luisa)
4g Kanuka (ex Waikaha)
3f La Gioia (ex Tears Of Joy)
Reward For Effort
4g Double Thumbs Up (ex Latin Wanda)
6g My Boy Nick (ex Noire Belle)
4g Avoidance (ex Risk Aversion)
9g Onslaught (ex Patronage)
3f Goblin' De Quo (ex Jibina)
4g So Silent (ex Silent Charades)
4g Hava Nageela (ex Quad's Melody)
Ad Valorem
9g Morton's Fork (ex Dilemmas)
Artie Schiller
3g Artie's Dynamite (ex In Elegance)
Bel Esprit
5g Highland Son (ex Brookton Tiara)
Bolt D'Oro (First Season)
3c Laslos (ex Film Critic)
4g Blue Marlin (ex Grenada)
Cardinal Virtue
10g Athlone Castle (ex Twiggy's Luck)
Charm Spirit
3g Red Wraith (ex Tomoe)
Churchill (Second Season)
3g First Immortal (ex Storm Siren)
4g Rocket Tiger (ex Takook)
5g Devoted (ex Mapmaker)
Dawn Approach
4g Just One Look (ex The Look)
Derryn (Second Season)
3g Urenui (ex Genuine Offer)
Dick Turpin
7m Jolly Odd (ex Palace Alice)
6m Sandsation (ex Killcare Beach)
2f Yosemite Falls (ex Ruby Falls)
5m Teardrops (ex Spanish Eyes)
10g Mysticano (ex Mystic Moment)
Exceed And Excel
6g Sparkling Dolphin (ex Perfect Hostess)
6g Beauty Champ (ex Missisipi Baileys)
Fastnet Rock
4g Straight Arron (ex Imperial Lass)
6g Reve Parisien (ex My Indigo)
6g Rent A Rock (ex Rock Of Ages)
7g Likeabeel (ex Dubious Affair)
3f Tapo (ex Farewell Angelina)
6m Ha She (ex Grasse)
10g Rich Fortune (ex Blackrock College)
4g No Access (ex Beck And Call)
4g Del Routi (ex Someday Somehow)
4g Myocardium (ex Heartbreak Lass)
8g The Great One (ex Stella Maree)
5g War Warrior (ex Private Merger)
Monaco Consul
9g Galaxy Falls (ex Tale Of Harmony)
More Than Ready
6g Dance Ready (ex Dance With Her)
6g Sunshine Moshe (ex Estagal)
4m Silver Persuasion (ex Silver Barbie)
Needs Further
4m Far Away Hit (ex Punchess)
Not A Single Doubt
5g Jimmy's Dream (ex May's Dream)
3f Discreet Lady (ex Discreet Madam)
Per Incanto
6g Win Win (ex Silver Penny)
5g Bradman (ex Baggy Green)
Press Statement
5g Toretto (ex Airways)
5g Fate To Win (ex Foxy Moi)
4g Iron Will (ex Tristavel)
Puissance De Lune
6m Darra Linen (ex Gunda Bella)
Redoute's Choice
3f Berry Bubbly (ex Bubbleberry)
Rich Enuff
2f Abounding (ex Transonic)
6g Chivalric Knight (ex Cinnamon Dove)
4g Rockbarton Roman (ex Danny's Daughter)
Sacred Falls
6g Free Fallin' (ex Hooked Ona Feeling)
Satono Aladdin (Second Season)
3g Kabugee (ex Kabuki)
3g Great Aspirations (ex Eau De Parfum)
Sebring Sun (Second Season)
3g Sumo Fish (ex Lily Bear)
5m What A Sham (ex Eagle's Reach)
5g Lurid (ex Blinding)
4g Secret Red (ex Endless Maize)
Smart Missile
3g Smartawi (ex To Dubawi Go)
Star Turn
3g Looks (ex Talent)
Star Witness
3g Associate (ex Tragic Moment)
4g Funnyifitwon (ex Humorous Bet)
4g Better Not Bitter (ex Catadalya)
Street Boss
4m Copper Charm (ex Gonski Girl)
5g Air Defence (ex Jomar Star)
Super One
3g Volkanovski (ex Coppereight)
Supido (Second Season)
3g Allaboutroy (ex Dazzling Rose)
5m Town Cryer (ex The Speaker)
The Mission (Second Season)
3g Chef De Mission (ex Pinot Girl)
Time For War
5g War Weapon (ex Sunbrella)
Twirling Candy
8g Fame Star (ex Fanlight Fanny)
Va Pensiero
2g Underpants (ex Dutiful)
3g Cosmic Dancer (ex Californiasurprise)
6g Mywordis (ex Liberty Reign)
3g Donnybrook (ex Cattledog)
3c Zoumeteor (ex Kakakakatie)
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