Aussie Stakes Quinella South Africa

Tara Madgwick - Saturday July 25

Now based at Woodside Park in Victoria, Foxwedge featured in South Africa on Saturday when his talented five year-old Infamous Fox took out the Listed Greyville Thukela Handicap.

Trained by Candice Dawson, he scored a half length win over Hudoo Magic (4g Choisir x Hoodoo (GB), taking his overall record to nine wins from 28 starts.

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A $25,000 Magic Millions purchase f or Central Route Trading from the Glastonbury Farm draft, Infamous Fox is the best of three winners from French, an unraced Nadeem half-sister to Group III winner Typhoon Billie.

Foxwedge is the sire of Infamous Fox

French has a weanling colt by Foxwedge and her Headwater yearling colt made $180,000 at Inglis Classic this year.

Already a stakes-winner, Infamous Fox is one of 19 stakes-winners worldwide for Foxwedge including three Group I winners.

The Group I winning son of Fastnet Rock stands at Woodside Park at the affordable fee of $11,000.

 

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