Myboycharlie ex Plebeya colt
Shares Available - 37.5%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 29 Feb 2020:
25% share available @ £8,250 upfront and £684 per month from 1st March 2020
15% share available @ £4,950 upfront and £440 per month from 1st March 2020
10% share available @ £3,300 upfront and £299 per month from 1st March 2020
5% share available @ £1,650 upfront and £160 per month from 1st March 2020
2.5% share available @ £825 upfront and £90 per month from 1st March 2020
Purchased at the Osarus Yearling sale in France, this colt is by MYBOYCHARLIE. Read more about his sire here: https://haras-mezeray.com/chevaux/myboycharlie/
He is French Owner premiums qualified.
Very possibly, the most underrated sire in Europe, is Haras Du Mezeray’s MYBOYCHARLIE; himself a 3-time 2yo winner, including the Group 1 Prix Morny in France, over 6f; the race is France’s 1200m 2yo Championship.
Myboycharlie has already sired, since 2013, multiple Group 1 winners, including 4 horses who have earned over £1 million pounds in prize money, in his short time at Stud. He now stands at a career high of €7500.
This colt ticked all our boxes at the Osarus sale, where we’d previously purchased our high-class horses Tigre Du Terre and Boitron, in that he possesses strength and substance and a strong pedigree to back that up. He’s out of a Dubawi mare no less, who won 2 races herself and BOTH of her runners to date have been winners on the track, including a highly rated horse by the sire Tin Horse, who would be a distinctly lesser stallion, in the ranks, than the high achieving Myboycharlie. See some stats on his progeny in the gallery - the first list is Tin Horse progeny: Colts in blue, fillies in pink. The 2nd list is that of Myboycharlie, headed by Jameka: Colts in blue, fillies in pink. These stats demonstrate how much better, by RPR, Myboycharlie is than Tin horse.
This colt looks a 2yo and very much the sort of individual that could excel at Richard Hannon’s, Newbury base, and we can’t wait to see the early updates on how he may fair in 2020 and beyond.
Training Update (21st October: He looked fabulous at yesterday’s yearling parade. He almost looks like a ready to run 2yo already as he progresses through the pre-training process. His pedigree says he won’t be super sharp and super early next year, but we’d be surprised if we have to wait forever, for him, all being well. Most of the horses on show yesterday, cost between twice and as much as eight times, the hammer price of this colt, but he certainly didn’t look out of place.
He has a great nature to his development work - lunging with a saddle on with one and two reins and is starting to stop and start on command. All of these stages work towards him starting to long rein. Please see videos of him on this page. He is a good stamp of a horse; he has a very good pedigree and appears to possess a very good temperament too.The pieces of the jigsaw, are firmly in place, at this stage, to suggest we should have a lot of enjoyment with your him in 2020 and 2021. We look forward to seeing him on the Hannon gallops at our next stable visit in November.
RICHARD HANNON STABLE VISIT: If you are interested in taking a share, come and see him with us on the morning of SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30th. To see further details and how to book, click onto the 'Richard Hannon Stable Visit' link on this page