Sires With Winners - Friday June 7

Breednet - Friday June 7

Here is the full list of 28 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.

Divine Prophet

Divine Prophet
2f Girrawheen (ex Under Pressure)
3f Miss Miriam (ex Lawmaker)
Outreach
3g Exceedingly Hot (ex Orphrey)
3f Golden Cow (ex Kalia)
Snitzel
5g Baraqiel (ex Angel Of Mercy)
4g Dreambender (ex Hussyanna)
The Mission
3g Clear Mission (ex Clearfield)
4g Kalumburu (ex Any Wonder)
Zoustar
5m Black On Beauty (ex Fools Gold)
3g Vermeer (ex Vergara)
All Too Hard
8g Shen Gui (ex Rose Pattern)
Almanzor
4g King's Crossing (ex Spiriting)
Cable Bay
2f Cavity Bay (ex Nooks And Crannies)
Capitalist
2g Shows A Sign (ex Our Miss Bossy)
Dream Ahead
5g Dream Game (ex It's Game On)
Duporth
5m Allay (ex Palliate)
Headwater
3g Find Your Own (ex Bring Me Love)
Holler
5g Cooee (ex Minnie Deal)
I Am Invincible
4g Compelling Truth (ex Speak Fondly)
Kuroshio
5m Warui (ex Bad Option)
Lean Mean Machine (Second Season)
3g Warakurna (ex Albert's Lass)
Mongolian Khan
4g Unseen Ruler (ex Scarlet's Secret)
Press Statement
4g Press Down (ex Down The Corridor)
Rebel Raider
5g Oak Park Rebel (ex Oak Park Goblet)
Reward For Effort
6g Tap 'N' Run (ex Out Of Credit)
Savabeel
6g Sly Corner (ex Diana Dors)
Shamus Award
3f Miss Winslet (ex Princess Titanic)
Star Turn
2f Dupli Kate (ex Atom Eve)
Tavistock
4m Bid For Fame (ex Spirit Of Heaven)
Territories
4g You Have To Go (ex Accomp'ny Me)
The Brothers War
6m Go Ellie Go (ex Ellehro)
Toronado
4m Houdini Catarno (ex This Cat's Magic)
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