Noblet’s Foxy Frida retired

Foxy Frida
Foxy Frida has been retired. (Pat Scala/Racing Photos)

Group 3 winner Foxy Frida has been retired.

The daughter of Woodside Park stallion Foxwedge had a commendable career with 36 starts, securing ten wins, including her notable victory in last year’s Group 3 RS Lee Stakes (1600m).

Her impressive record also features eight seconds and a third, amassing $1,448,095 in prize-money earnings.

The six-year-old mare’s last race saw her finish second in the Magic Millions National Classic (1600m) at Eagle Farm on June 8.

Trainer Andrew Noblet considered entering her in this weekend’s Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara (1400m) but decided against it.

“The way the Tiara is shaping up, she would run fifth or sixth, plus I don’t think I could freshen her up and get her ready for it,” Noblet told Racing.com.

“She’s been a great horse to have in the stable. Honesty-wise, she’s right up there.

“She won a fair bit of prize-money, and we picked the right races. She’s been great for the stable, especially as she came along when we moved to Ballarat.

“She was so consistent. I can’t remember her running a bad race. The whole team should be proud of her.”

Foxy Frida was purchased by Bangalore Stud in NSW for $575,000 at the Inglis Chairman’s Sale on May 9. She is likely to be sent to Yarraman’s I Am Invincible.


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