AUGUST 1, 2017: Few stallions can sire a winner as consistently as Bowness Stud newcomer MYBOYCHARLIE (Ire). Anywhere in the world!
Last weekend saw MYBOYCHARLIE represented in the winner's stall at Newmarket, England, when Noble Manners won a 2YO event over 7 furlongs. The youngster was the latest in a long-line of winners for the stallion in a month which reflects the prolific nature of his stud career. All told, MYBOYCHARLIE was represented by no fewer than 18 individual winners worldwide in July. And he even went within a neck of landing the Belmont Oaks Invitational (G1) on the North American racing circuit!
The final figures for the 2016/17 domestic racing season tell a very similar story when it comes to MYBOYCHARLIE’s record in Australia alone. In terms of Australia’s Leading General Sires listing based on earnings, MYBOYCHARLIE finished in the top-20. His progeny earned a total of $5,559,932 for the 12-month period, a figure that placed him in a $5m-to-$6m bracket with the likes of Nicconi, Star Witness, Hinchinbrook, Magnus and Blackfriars.
The 2016/17 domestic racing season saw MYBOYCHARLIE represented by no fewer than 62 individual winners of 94 races. Each season has witnessed the stallion improve his annual tally of winners from 50 in 2015/16, 46 in 2014/15, and 27 in 2013/14 when his oldest progeny were still only 3-year-olds.