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Leading sire in Australia

The list below shows the leading sire of Thoroughbred racehorses in Australia for each season since 1883–84. This is determined by the amount of prize money won by the sire's progeny during the season.


  • 2008–09 - Encosta De Lago
  • 2007–08 - Encosta De Lago
  • 2006–07 - Flying Spur
  • 1992–93 - Marscay
  • 1990–91 - Marscay
  • 1978–79 - Century
  • 1977–78 - Showdown
  • 1976–77 - Better Boy
  • 1975–76 - Showdown
  • 1974–75 - Oncidium
  • 1973–74 - Matrice
  • 1972–73 - Oncidium
  • 1971–72 - Better Boy
  • 1970–71 - Better Boy
  • 1969–70 - Alcimedes
  • 1967–68 - Agricola
  • 1966–67 - Alcimedes
  • 1965–66 - Better Boy
  • 1957–58 - Khorassan
  • 1956–57 - Delville Wood
  • 1955–56 - Delville Wood
  • 1954–55 - Delville Wood
  • 1953–54 - Delville Wood
  • 1952–53 - Delville Wood
  • 1951–52 - Midstream
  • 1950–51 - Midstream
  • 1949–50 - The Buzzard
  • 1948–49 - Helios
  • 1947–48 - Midstream
  • 1946–47 - The Buzzard
  • 1945–46 - Emborough
  • 1942–43 - Spearfelt
  • 1941–42 - Beau Pere
  • 1940–41 - Beau Pere
  • 1939–40 - Beau Pere
  • 1931–32 - Limond
  • 1928–29 - Magpie
  • 1927–28 - Valais
  • 1926–27 - Valais
  • 1925–26 - Valais
  • 1924–25 - Valais
  • 1923–24 - Valais
  • 1922–23 - Comedy King
  • 1921–22 - The Welkin
  • 1920–21 - The Welkin
  • 1919–20 - Comedy King
  • 1918–19 - The Welkin
  • 1917–18 - Linacre
  • 1916–17 - Linacre
  • 1915–16 - Wallace
  • 1914–15 - Maltster
  • 1913–14 - Maltster
  • 1912–13 - Ayr Laddie
  • 1911–12 - Maltster
  • 1910–11 - Maltster
  • 1909–10 - Maltster
  • 1908–09 - Grafton
  • 1907–08 - Grafton
  • 1906–07 - Grafton
  • 1905–06 - Lochiel
  • 1904–05 - Lochiel
  • 1903–04 - Grafton
  • 1902–03 - Pilgrim's Progress
  • 1901–02 - Trenton
  • 1900–01 - Lochiel
  • 1899–00 - Lochiel
  • 1898–99 - Gozo
  • 1897–98 - Lochiel
  • 1896–97 - Newminster
  • 1895–96 - Trenton
  • 1893–94 - Newminster
  • 1886–87 - Robinson Crusoe
  • 1884–85 - St Albans
  • 1883–84 - St Albans


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