Pretty Foxy!

She looks one to be with

Brett Crawford’s Run Fox Run made it two from two at Kenilworth on Saturday and she looks impressive.

Foxwedge in action

The Mill Park Stud bred Run Fox Run, a daughter of the Woodside Park Stud-based Foxwedge was sold at the 2017 Inglis Australian Easter yearling sale for A$420 000. Raced by brothers Ross and Craig Kieswetter along with Ridgemont Highlands Stud, Run Fox Run is a half-sister to the Listed Heritage Stakes winner Guard Of Honour whose dam is a sister to the Listed winner Victory Chant and a half-sister to Reldas from the family of Gr1 Thousand Guineas winner Serious Speed and the Gr2 winner Majestic Music.

As part of their 2019 Inglis Australian Easter yearling sale draft, Mill Park Stud will offer Lot 326, a Written Tycoon half-brother to Run Fox Run.

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