|Another Happy Winner for Charlie|
Myboycharlie (IRE) three year-old Happy Surveys has maintained his unbeaten record
in Hong Kong with another impressive victory at Happy Valley on Wednesday evening.
|Back in the Game|
This proven Group I producing sire emerged from a comparative lull last Saturday to post an impressive double of Group winners at Doomben and will stand for an affordable fee in the Hunter Valley this spring.
|Newhaven Raised and Sold Stakes-Winner|
Crown Syndications had a huge day at Doomben on Saturday capturing the Group I
BTC Cup with Hot Snitzel and also the Group III Darley BRC Sprint with Charlie
Boy, an $80,000 Magic Millions purchase from the draft of Newhaven Park.
|Stakes Double for Myboycharlie|
A red-letter day at Doomben on Saturday for Vinery Stud's
shuttler Myboycharlie (IRE) whose daughter Blueberry Hill returned to the
winners list in the Group II Bollinger Champagne Classic (1200m) 40 minutes before
Charlie Boy claimed the Group III Darley BRC Sprint (1350m).
|Maiden Wins Sires Produce|
the Group II VRC Sires Produce Stakes at Flemington is a nice way to break your
maiden and it happened on Saturday for the Ciaron Maher trained filly Jameka, a
daughter of Vinery Stud shuttler Myboycharlie (IRE).
|US Group I Winner for Myboycharlie|
Talented filly Euro Charline became the first filly in
history to defeat older mares in the Group I Beverly D Stakes (1900m) at
Arlington in the US on Saturday.
|UK Stakes-Winner for Myboycharlie|
Euro Charline took advantage of a travel delay to score a
tenacious victory from the front in the LR Valiant Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on
|Myboycharlie Filly Headed to US|
Euro Charline is bound for the United States after a career-best Group 1
placing in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on Friday.
|Charlie Seeking Second Group One Winner|
from a Group 1 with Peggy Jean in the Group 1 Sires' Produce Stakes at
Randwick, Vinery sire Myboycharlie (IRE) is looking further afield to improve his
black-type strike rate this weekend.
|Best On Breeding|
The remarkably resilient gelding Sistine Demon will be vying to become the first Group 1 winner for his sire Excites and trainer Andrew Noblet in Saturday's $500,000 Group I The Tapestry Wines Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville.