Vinery shuttler Myboycharlie will stand in the northern hemisphere at the English National Stud in 2010.
The son of Danetime is currently covering his first book of mares at Vinery Australia. He is due to arrive in Newmarket in January.
Myboycharlie (Danetime – Dulceata by Rousillon ) was bred by Tally-Ho Stud in Ireland and was bought as a juvenile by Coolmore after a seven-length win in the G3 Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh in July 2007. He went on to score a G1 victory in the Prix Morny at Deauville before finishing third in the G1 National Stakes at the Curragh behind New Approach.
Those efforts earned him the title of champion juvenile in France, and he was also rated the third best two-year-old in Ireland that year. Myboycharlie was then sold to race in the US, where he won in New Orleans from just three starts.
Myboycharlie hails from a well-known Australian family that has produced the Snippets stakes winning brothers Snowland (AJC The Galaxy-G1) and Snippetson (STC Eskimo Prince Stakes-LR). The European branch of the family includes Irish 1000 Guineas winner Tarascon.
Meanwhile, Vinery has announced its Florida based stallion Alke has been sold to stand at Sawangjai Farms in Thailand.
Alke (Grand Slam) is from the family of leading young US sire Posse. He won five of his 10 starts and also ran second to Our New Recruit in the Golden Shaheen at Nad Al Sheba.