Myboycharlie colt stars in Melbourne

The Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale continued to break new ground during Session II at Oaklands on Wednesday.

Vinery sire Myboycharlie was the first stallion to break six-figures when his brother to Inglis 2YO Classic winner Peggy Jean made $110,000 to Canberra trainer Keith Dryden.

The Myboycharlie – Lady Of Love colt was offered as agent by Phoenix Broodmare Farm.  “He’s a very nice type with a tough constitution,” Phoenix Farm owner Damian Gleeson said.  “And can he eat, or what!”

Gleeson sold a filly by Vinery sire Mossman during Session 1 for $60,000 to Edwards-Elkington Racing.  She is a half-sister to promising mare First Bloom who was runner-up in last year’s LR Tasmanian Oaks and won over 2040m at Moonee Valley in January.

Myboycharlie also had a filly from Mine Game sell for $130,000 during Session I at Oaklands.  Her dam is a half-sister to G1 Canterbury Guineas winner Jymcarew.

Vinery stallion Testa Rossa made his name as a multiple Group 1 winner in Victoria and he had two colts make $180,000(ex Riverina) and $170,000 (ex Prism Lass) respectively.  They were purchased by Inglis on behalf of a Macau client and Tony McEvoy respectively.

Husson and Congrats also weighed in with six-figure lots.  The Husson – Sapphire Flash colt will be trained by John Moloney after changing hands for $120,000.  He is a half-brother to Adelaide stakes winning sprinter Morgan Dollar.

The Congrats colt out of Deloraine is also heading to Moloney’s Caulfield stables.  His dam Deloraine (More Than Ready) was a Listed Hobart Guineas winner and she is the dam of Moloney’s promising gelding Scottish Arms who won first-up this season at Cranbourne.


Brother to Peggy Jean parades at Oaklands
Photo / Sharon Chapman