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Myboycharlie to stand at Vinery Australia

VINERY STUD in Australia has announced that the former Coolmore-owned son of Danetime, Myboycharlie has joined its roster for the 2009 breeding season.

Bred by Tally-Ho Stud in Ireland, Myboycharlie was bought as a juvenile by Coolmore after winning the Group 3 Anglesea Stakes. He went on to be successful in the Prix Morny, before finishing third in the National Stakes behind New Approach.

He finished his two-year-old career as a champion juvenile in France and the third top-rated juvenile in Ireland.

As a three-year-old, however, he failed to train on and after failing to sparkle in two starts in European Group 3 races, he was sold to race in the US, where he won once from three starts.

Vinery's general manager Peter Orton said: "Myboycharlie was clearly a two-year-old of the very highest calibre and boasts that dynamic combination of natural pace and acceleration.

"The Prix Morny is the Golden Slipper equivalent in France and has been won by some outstanding sires like Blushing Groom, Irish River, Machiavellian and Zafonic."





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