Sires With Winners - Monday May 27

Breednet - Monday May 27

Here is the full list of 23 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Spirit of Boom

Spirit Of Boom
7g Bold Hunter (ex Flying Tequila)
4g I Say Boom (ex Lovely Jubly)
Super One
3g Bob's Last One (ex Lekhani)
3f Floss's One (ex Divine Stryke)
5g Sennaprost (ex Monaco Girl)
Charm Spirit
4m Judge Kellie (ex Clemency)
Deep Field
4m Cool Fizz (ex Kibira)
3g Oakfield Hawk (ex Oakfield Beauty)
Encryption (Second Season)
2g Outback Bandit (ex Dandy Warhols)
Fighting Sun
7g Fighting Commando (ex She's Commanding)
3g Sambucus (ex Henriette)
Grunt (Second Season)
3f Socially Sassy (ex Petulance)
Highland Reel
4g Highland Dream (ex Charmed Lady)
5g Bold Jakkal (ex Cantsaymydadsname)
8g Run Naan (ex Raneen)
3f Thedreamsnotover (ex Power Dream)
Per Incanto
3f Cantolago (ex Lago Rider)
Reward For Effort
3c Our Benefit (ex Lady Lefevre)
4g Olivia's Spirit (ex Hussey An Dheas)
So You Think
8g Phoenix Flyer (ex Freckled Face)
Street Boss
3f Give It A Nudge (ex Tennessee Gold)
Time Test
4g Otium (ex Roma Kabeel)
5m Wanjina Rose (ex Rose Red)
4g Shihab (ex Rosewedge)
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Juvenile Quinella for Churchill
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Two out of Two for Kiwi Bred Name Dropper
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El Roca Flyer Makes it Six in a Row
Elson Boy took his remarkable winning streak into the city on Saturday and just kept on rolling, collecting his sixth victory in a row in the A$160,000 Rosehill Bowling Club Handicap (1300m) in Sydney.
First Winner for Circus Maximus
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G1 2YOs What Do We Make of Them?
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First Hong Kong Runner a Winner for Alabama Express
Alabama Express has done a great job this season with his first crop of two year-olds and broke new ground on Saturday at Sha Tin when his first runner in the region returned a winner with Karate Express scoring on debut.
Another Speedy Mare for Per Incanto
Caulfield has been a happy hunting ground for Mrs Chrissie, and the talented New Zealand-bred returned there on Saturday to score a stylish win in the A$80,000 MRC Plus Handicap (1100m).
One to Watch – Moe
The Inglis Great Southern Sale is done and dusted for this year, but a weanling filly that was bought from the sale in 2022 for $100,000 caught our eye on Sunday for both her pedigree and her talent.
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Here is the full list of 125 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.