Great Day for Foxwedge

Tara Madgwick - Saturday April 25

It was a great day at the office for Woodside Park’s Foxwedge with a new stakes-winner in Wild Vixen, plus two stakes placed horses Villami and Dyslexic as well as a Flemington winner in Kuramae.

Foxwedge transferred to Victoria last spring and the move can only be a posirtive for breeders given his continuing success.

Levin Kananagh gained some valuable Black Type for his promising Fixwedge filly Wild Vixen by sending her across to Adelaide for the Listed SAJC Nitschke Stakes (1400m) on Saturday at Morphettville.

She enjoyed a good run in behind the leaders and scored a three-quarter length win taking her overall record to three wins and three placings from nine starts with prizemoney in excess of $125,000.

Foxwedge had a great day on Saturday!A $100,000 Magic Millions purchase for Kavanagh Racing from the Tyreel Stud draft, Wild Vixen was bred in Victoria by Hillside Parade Racing and Breeding.

She is the best of three winners from stakes-placed Shamardal (USA) mare Amy’s Glen, who is now with Twin Hill Stud after being purchase by Andrew Williams Bloodstock for $100,000 at the 2018 Inglis Australian Broodmare Sale.

Twin Hills sold her current yearling, a filly by Hinchinbrook, for $115,000 at Magic Millions to Ron Quinton. She has a weanling filly to follow by Smart Missile and is back in foal to the Twin Hills based son of Fastnet Rock so will produce a three-quarter sibling to Wild Vixen in the spring.

Wild Vixen is the 18th stakes-winner for Foxwedge, who covered 67 mares last spring at a fee of $16,500.



Race Result - H C Nitschke Stakes LR 1400m

Morphettville Parks Track: Good(4) Time: 1:23.86
Wild Vixen
T: Levi Kavanagh J: J Holder 54
3f Foxwedge (AUS) x Amy's Glen (AUS) (Shamardal (USA))
Really Discreet
T: P Stokes J: Kayla Crowther 54
3f Helmet (AUS) x Maybe Discreet (AUS) (Shamardal (USA))
Done By Me
T: P Stokes J: D Caboche 54
3f Bon Hoffa (AUS) x Theregoessnowball (AUS) (Commands (AUS))
MM Adelaide Yearling Sale Session 2 $44,000
V:Bowness Stud Young NSW
B: Phillip Stokes Racing
Lunar Light
T: Will Clarken J: Todd Pannell 54.5
3f Akeed Mofeed (GB) x Lunar Mist (USA) (Malibu Moon (USA))
Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Book 1 $100,000
V:Goldin Farms, Angaston, SA
B: Northwood
T: D & B Hayes & T Dabernig J: P Gatt 54
3f Exceed And Excel (AUS) x Lady Sayyida (NZ) (Iffraaj (GB))
Ethical Solution
T: Travis Doudle J: Ms E Finnegan 54
3f Shamus Award (AUS) x Miss Ethics (SAF) (Count Dubois (GB))
Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Book 2 $10,000
V:Golden Grove Stud, Denman, NSW
B: M Hibbs
T: T & C McEvoy J: Jake Toeroek 54
3f Not A Single Doubt (AUS) x Belladini (AUS) (Bernardini (USA))
T: G V Richards J: R J Hurdle 56
3g Good Journey (USA) x Monica Kate (AUS) (Face Value (AUS))
T: C Maher & D Eustace J: D Tourneur 54
3f Foxwedge (AUS) x Adio (AUS) (Lonhro (AUS))
Night Express
T: Henry Dwyer J: Lachlan Neindorf 54
3f Fastnet Rock (AUS) x Express Street (AUS) (Street Sense (USA))
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