The first Myboycharlie (IRE) yearling on offer at the prestigious Tattersalls October Yearling Sale sold for 70,000gns (approx $115,000) on Day One of at Newmarket on Tuesday.
Born and bred in the UK, the bay coloured filly is the first foal of Park Melody, a daughter of Glencadam Gold's sire Refuse To Bend.
See her here.
Myboycharlie only covered 80 mares in his first Northern Hemisphere season at a modest fee of 5000 Pounds.
Myboycharlie finished his first NH season with 98% of his mares in foal and these breeder's are now reaping the rewards. Interest in Myboycharlie and his progeny has grown rapidly following several quality crops on the ground and successful yearling sales in Australia.
This interest resulted in a move from the English National Stud to Haras de Mezeray in France, the scene of Myboycharlie's victory in the Prix Morny Gr.1.
Myboycharlie (pictured) covered his biggest book in the recent northern hemisphere season at Mezeray, a feat he'll repeat in the current Australian season at Vinery.
Myboycharlie's oldest Australian progeny turned two on August 1 and have already made their presence felt winning a number of trials in Australia and in New Zealand.
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