Highlighting his significant international appeal, Group 1 Queen Of The Turf Stakes winner Foxplay as well as Group 1 Railway Stakes winner Volpe Veloce are both from the first southern hemisphere crop of Foxwedge, while his Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes winner Urban Fox is from the first northern hemisphere crop.
2020 has been an exciting year for Foxwedge, siring the winner of the Group 2 VRC Sires’ Produce with the talented colt Lunar Fox, victorious in the prestigious race. After breaking his maiden in his previous start at Ballarat, Lunar Fox made it back to back wins in an impressive performance at Flemington crossing the line three-quarters of a length ahead of his rivals.
While the likes of Wild Vixen, a dual Listed-winning, Group 3 performer this season has continued to highlight the mental toughness and soundness of the Foxwedge stock.
With 100% winners to runners in South Africa including the outstanding sprinting mare Run Fox Run who won was unbeaten in her first five starts highlighted by Group 2 success before a narrow Group 1 second, coupled with the the multiple stakes winner Infamous Fox, further shines attention on Foxwedge as an impressive source of global success.
With progeny earnings over $34 million, Foxwedge’s stakes winning progeny also include the Group 2 winners Noire and Alassio, and the speedy sprinting mare Villami.
With Foxwedge at the stage where his daughters are going to stud, another layer to the success is being added with his daughters selling up to $800,000 in 2020.