Sires With Winners - Wednesday December 6

Breednet - Wednesday December 6

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

Alpine Eagle

Alpine Eagle
5m Belpine Miss (ex Beluga Miss)
4m Mindful (ex Freedom Road)
6m Just Like Lisa (ex Princess Tyla)
10g Plaisir (ex Princess Tyla)
Deep Field
7g Luvoir (ex Marmi)
4g Who Dares (ex Orvassa)
3g Gitalong (ex Khulaasa)
4g Majorelle (ex Moroccan Rose)
5g Lucky Briz (ex Could Be Lucky)
4m Super Alana (ex Super Trouper)
Better Than Ready
7g Nitroglycerine (ex Semisyn)
Bon Aurum
4g Villa Seventynine (ex Villa Albani)
5g Costless (ex Perfect Truth)
6g First Light (ex Anzhelika)
3g Tavs (ex Quattro Foglie)
El Roca
3f Krementz (ex Cashenti)
8g Cable Guy (ex Pure Meteor)
6g Glentaneous (ex Spontaneous)
Holy Roman Emperor
4g Holy Trojan (ex Hidden Shuffle)
Lean Mean Machine (Second Season)
3f Material Dreams (ex Lincoln's Sunset)
Mendelssohn (Second Season)
3f New Music (ex New Age)
Needs Further
4m Lovin' Bev (ex Roundhouse Miss)
6m Miss Checkoni (ex Incheck)
4g Pointless Praise (ex Flattery)
5m Pro Latte (ex Triple Latte)
Rebel Raider
5m Plenty Of Ammo (ex Millie's Reef)
4g Call Him Iggy (ex Bana Wu)
Rip Van Winkle
5g Vee Rod (ex Seducation)
3f Lost City (ex Dual City)
Scissor Kick
5g Hardware Lane (ex Street Groove)
4m Snippenova (ex Secret Nova)
4g Tamaroa (ex Zezolla)
Stratosphere (Second Season)
3f Zuni (ex Lanson)
Super One
3g Motoman (ex Sebeauty)
Trapeze Artist (Second Season)
3f Zarkana (ex Diva Express)
Unite And Conquer (First Season)
2f What A Doozy (ex Perkipsey)
6m Daintree Diva (ex Next The Universe)
War Chant
3g Hostile Talk (ex Lip Service)
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