|Myboycharlie's Jameka Back to Best in Naturalism Stakes|
Following luckless runs in the Lawrence Stakes and Dato' Tan Chin Nam, Jameka deserved a change of fortune and she got it in spades in Saturday's Group III Naturalism Stakes (2000m) at Caulfield.
|Another Million Dollar Mare for Myboycharlie?|
Vinery Stud shuttler Myboycharlie (IRE) may have a second million dollar mare in the Sales ring this year.
|Myboycharlie Filly Captures Gai Waterhouse Classic|
It's been lean pickings for the Myboycharlie filly Blueberry Hill since capturing the Group II Champagne Stakes at Doomben in May last year.
|Second Winner for Butters|
El Prado stakes-winner Butters (USA) featured with a winning double at Rosehill
on Saturday with her two year-old Foxwedge filly Foxplay winning the first race
for Star Thoroughbreds and then three races later her four year-old daughter
Butterboom saluted for Champion Thoroughbreds.
|One to Watch – Gosford|
full sister made $1million at the recent Magic Millions Broodmare Sale and
while this three year-old gelding may never soar to her heights he is now a
winner after saluting at Gosford on Friday.
|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.