Vinery sire Myboycharlie was the first stallion to break six-figures on Wednesday when his brother to Inglis 2YO Classic L 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 Damien 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’s only other offering at the sale was a filly from Mine Game which sold 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.