|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.
|Fortunes Rise for Charlie|
Vinery Stud's Myboycharlie (IRE) has moved to third on
the Australian Second Season Sires List behind Sebring and Northern Meteor, his
fortunes also set to rise in Europe where his first three year-olds are
starting their Classic season.
|Peggy Jean Highlights MM Weanling Sale|
Peggy Jean continued the successful run in big races of
National Weanling Sale graduates when she won Saturday's Group I ATC Sires'
Produce Stakes at Randwick.
|First Group 1 Winner for Myboycharlie|
The decision of trainer Gerald Ryan to bypass the Golden Slipper with Peggy Jean in favour of the $1 million Group 1 ATC Sires' Produce Stakes a week later paid off big-time when the near black daughter of Myboycharlie (IRE) claimed the prize.
|Salai Impresses in France|
Vinery sire Myboycharlie (IRE) has another Group 1 prospect on the radar after Salai
started his classic season in style at Saint-Cloud on Tuesday.
|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.