|Triple Treat for Triple Crown|
Crown Syndications are no stranger to success in the $250,000 Inglis Classic
having won the race previously with Miss Independent in 2008 and Cavalry Rose
in 2012, their red and white colours carried to victory again at Randwick on
Saturday in the rich Inglis sales incentive race by talented filly Peggy Jean.
|Charlie Boy suffers minor setback but still on course for Magic Millions|
Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan remains upbeat about the Magic
Millions prospects for Group II Danehill Stakes winner Charlie Boy after he was
forced to scratch the three-year-old from a barrier trial on Tuesday.
|Myboycharlie Filly Wins by Six|
took 13 starts for Artistic Lass to win a race, but when her moment finally
came it did so in style as she bolted away to win by more than six lengths at
Canterbury on Wednesday.
|First European Stakes-Winner for Myboycharlie|
days after siring his first stakes-winner in Australia, Vinery Stud's young
shuttle sire Myboycharlie (IRE) has repeated the performance in the Northern
Hemisphere where his two year-old son Salai won the Listed Prix Etalons La
Cauviniere over 1600 metres at Craon in France.
|Myboycharlie Breaks The Ice|
Stud's Myboycharlie (IRE) has been looking for his first Australian
stakes-winner and broke the ice in no uncertain terms when talented colt
Charlie Boy scored a surprise win in the Group II VRC Danehill Stakes at Flemington.
|International Double for Myboycharlie |
Promising young Vinery Stud based sire Myboycharlie (IRE) posted a winning double on Saturday with Dowdstown Charlie scoring at Randwick in Sydney and Sprinting Queen successful at Turffontein in South Africa.
|First European Winner for Myboycharlie|
Stud shuttler Myboycharlie (IRE) posted his first Northern Hemisphere winner
overnight when two year-old colt Salai scored in France.
|Vinery Announce Fees including All Too Hard|
Vinery Stud have announced their 2013 stallion roster and service fees including triple Group One winner All Too Hard.
|Get Ready to Be Judged|
We're less than a month out from the 2013 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale and the time when studs start setting service fees for the season ahead and that means judgement day is coming for the young sires whose oldest runners are two year-olds.
|Charles Grabs MM Cash|
Stud's promising young sire Myboycharlie (IRE) was in the frame at Morphettville
on Monday when his two year-old son Charles in Charge made it two wins in as
many starts after landing the $103,095 Magic Millions Adelaide 2YO Classic.