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Madelia (horse)

Madelia
Sire Caro
Dam Moonmadness
Grandsire Fortino
Damsire Tom Fool
Gender Mare
Foaled 1974
Country France
Color Chestnut
Breeder Daniel Wildenstein
Owner Daniel Wildenstein
Trainer Angel Penna, Sr.
Record 4: 4-0-0
Earnings 211.142
Summary
Madelia is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Moonmadness by Caro. She was born around 1974 in France, and was bred by Daniel Wildenstein.
Major wins

Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (1977)
Prix Saint-Alary (1977)

French Classic Race wins:
Prix de Diane (1977)
Awards
French Champion Three-Year-Old Filly (1977)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Madelia (foaled 1974) was a French Thoroughbred Champion filly racehorse who retired undefeated. Bred and raced by leading French horseman, Daniel Wildenstein, Madelia was conditioned for racing by the Argentine-born and future U. S. Racing Hall of Fame trainer, Angel Penna, Sr.

Madelia made her racing debut on April 18, 1977 with a win in a 1600 meter (1 mile) event at the Saint-Cloud Racecourse. She then won the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches and the Prix Saint-Alary at Longchamp Racecourse and, in her final start, at Chantilly Racecourse, won the Classic Prix de Diane.

She retired undefeated to serve as a broodmare for her owner, between 1980 and 1991 Madelia produced ten foals. Although she was bred to top sires such as Northern Dancer, Spectacular Bid, Affirmed, and Blushing Groom, her offspring met with limited racing success. [1]

Pedigree of Madelia
Sire
Caro
Fortino Grey Sovereign Nasrullah
Kong
Ranavalo Relic
Navarra
Chambord Chamoissaire Precipitation
Snowberry
Life Hill Solario
Lady of the Snows
Dam
Moonmadness
Tom Fool Menow Pharamond
Alcibiades
Gaga Bull Dog
Alpoise
Sunset Hyperion Gainsborough
Selene
Fair Ranger Bois Roussel
Point Duty

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