Foxwedge Heads Woodside Roster

Fastnet Rock's most succesful son at stud

Heading the Woodside Park Stud stallion roster this year is Fastnet Rock’s (Danehill) most successful son at stud, the impressive looking, multiple Group 1-producing sire Foxwedge.

Represented this season by Gr1 Australian Guineas winner Lunar Fox and South Africa’s fastest race mare Run Fox Run, winner of the Cape Flying Championship, Foxwedge’s five individual Gr1 winners headline just shy of 50 individual stakes performers.

Foxwedge’s top-class daughter Run Fox Run – former Cape speed queen (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

The Ridgemont Racing Team announced in February that Run Fox Run would be transferring to the lthe Kieswetter family’s Barnane Stud in County Tipperary, Ireland, where she is destined for a first covering with Frankel or Kingman.

With his first Victorian-conceived crop set to head to the yearling sales in the 2021/2022 season, the Gr1 William Reid Stakes winner Foxwedge will stand for a fee of A$11,000 (inc. GST).

Sons of Written Tycoon continue to prove their worth at stud, and Rich Enuff, his fastest 3YO son over the famed Flemington Straight Six is one such stallion.

Highlighted by this season’s unbeaten, dual Gr3 winner Dosh from the Grahame Begg yard, Rich Enuff currently leads the way on the Second Season Sire table for winners by a Victorian-based stallion.

The son of Australia’s current leading sire will stand for A$8,800 (inc. GST).

Dual Group 1 winner Tosen Stardom, a son of the legendary, world-class dominator Deep Impact (Sunday Silence) will cover his fourth book, and is set to stand at a fee of A$7,700 (inc. GST).

With his first crop yearlings purchased earlier this year by the likes of Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, John Foote Bloodstock, Matthew Williams as well as Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr, the team at Woodside Park Stud look forward to seeing them hit the track in the new racing season.

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