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Myboycharlie: Group 1 winner has arrived at the National Stud in Newmarket following a southern hemisphere season at Vinery Australia

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Myboycharlieavailable for viewing at National

MYBOYCHARLIE, the champion French Two-Year-Old Colt of 2007, has arrived at the National Stud in Newmarket in preparation for the 2010 season and is available for viewing.

The son of Danetime has just completed his first southern hemisphere season at Vinery Australia, where he covered 100 mares.

"We are delighted to have Myboycharlie standing at the National Stud," said Brian O'Rourke, managing director of the National Stud.

"He is a really good looking individual with a great walk and fantastic temperament. We strongly encourage mare owners to get in touch and come and see him for themselves. He will be parading at Doncaster on 26th January before the sales start along with Cockney Rebel and Phoenix Reach and again at Tattersalls in Newmarket on 4th February.

"We are already attracting a very promising book of mares for Myboycharlie and we're really looking forward to a very successful first season with him."

Myboycharlie retired as the winner of four of nine starts, including the Group 1 Prix Morny and Group 3 Anglesey Stakes, and over £200,000 in earnings.

A son of the late Danetime, Myboycharlie is one of six winners out of the Rousillon mare Dulceata. Hisfurther family includes the Group 1-winning two-year-old Al Hareb and smart sprinter Asset.

Myboycharlie stands for £5,500.




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