|Myboycharlie Filly Wins First French Classic Trial|
filly Camprock has won the first classic trial of the year in France with a
determined victory in the Listed Prix Rose de Mai (2000m) at Saint-Cloud.
|Aussie Juvenile Winner in South Africa|
bred two year-old filly Mygirldownunder opened her career with a super
impressive win at Scottsville in South Africa on Sunday.
|Charlie Boy Wins Liverpool City Cup|
An elated band of Triple Crown Syndications
owners were on hand at Randwick on Saturday to see a brilliant return to form
by classy sprinter Charlie Boy, an $80,000 Magic Millions purchase from the
draft of Newhaven Park.
|Unbeaten Myboycharlie Filly Ready for Millions|
$65,000 Magic Millions purchase for B2B Bloodstock / Blue Sky Bloodstock from the
draft of Yarraman Park, unbeaten filly Zelady's Night Out proved herself the
best juvenile in Queensland with a stylish victory in the Group III BRC Bruce
McLachlan Stakes at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
|Basking in Success|
modestly priced stallions at the lower end of a power packed roster at a major
farm it is never easy to break out and achieve ongoing commercial success.
|Myboycharlie Filly Blows Them Away Again|
A facile four and a half-length winner when making her career debut at Doomben on November 11, Zelady's Night Out showed she was the real deal and a leading Magic Millions 2yo Classic contender with a commanding win in Saturday's Listed The Groove Train Calaway Gal Stakes (1050m) at Doomben.
|Myboycharlie Filly Jameka Wins Crown Oaks|
Bred to be a sprinter, the Ciaron Maher-trained Jameka showed she was the superior stayer when hitting the front on the home turn then coming away for a bloodless win in Thursday's $1 million Group I Crown Oaks (2500m) at Flemington.
|Myboycharlie Filly Heading to the Oaks|
Winner of the Group II VRC Sires' Produce Stakes at two, Jameka looks capable of extending out in distance to the VRC Oaks after she fairly outstayed the males in the Saturday's $200,000 Group II Dilmah Teas Vase (2040m) at Moonee Valley.