New Stakes-Winner for Foxwedge
Tara Madgwick - Monday November 13
Foxwedge has been enjoying a winning run of late with seven Southern Hemisphere winners since the start of this month and a new stakes-winner in the Northern Hemisphere on Sunday with Sadilla taking out Listed Premio Buontalenta Mem G Valiani in Italy.

FoxwedgeThe three year-old filly raced clear to win the 1m2f contest by a length and a quarter and has now won four of nine starts with four further placings.

She is from an unraced grand-daughter of Storm Cat in Saderaat, a half-sister to the dam of US Group I winner Takaful from the family of English One Thousand Guineas winner Shadayid.

Sadilla is the seventh stakes-winner for Foxwedge, who has enjoyed strong results here this spring with a new stakes-winner Fox Swift and stakes-placings for Foxplay, Albumin, Fox Hall and his promising new season two year-old Aristocratic Miss, who was third on the debut in the Group III VRC Ottawa Stakes on Cup Day.

Foxwedge is working through a big book of mares this spring at Newgate at a fee of $22,000.