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Miss Andretti

Miss Andretti
Sire Ihtiram
Dam Peggie’s Bid
Grandsire Royal Academy
Damsire Marooned
Gender Mare
Foaled 2001
Country Australia
Color Brown
Breeder K. Beauglehole & Mrs. P. Beauglehole
Owner P.S. Buckely & D.B. Mueller
Trainer Lee Freedman
Record 31: 19-3-2
Earnings $A2,848,991
Miss Andretti is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Peggie’s Bid by Ihtiram. She was born around 2001 in Australia, and was bred by K. Beauglehole & Mrs. P. Beauglehole.
Major wins
Winterbottom Stakes (G2) (2005)
Prince of Wales Stakes (G3) (2005)
Manikato Stakes (G1) (2006)
Schillaci Stakes (G2) (2006)
Ian McEwen Trophy (G3) (2006)
The Age Classic (G1) (2007)
Newmarket Handicap (G1) (2007)
Australia Stakes (G1) (2007)
Lightning Stakes (G1) (2007)
Schweppes Stakes (G2) (2007)
King's Stand Stakes(G2) (2007)
Australian Horse of the Year (2007)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on January 6, 2010

Miss Andretti is a notable Australian Thoroughbred racehorse. She is a bay daughter of Ihtiram from the mare Peggie’s Bid and was originally trained by David Mueller in Western Australia before being transferred to trainer Lee Freedman.

Amongst her major wins are the 2006 Manikato Stakes, 2007 VRC Lightning Stakes[1], VRC Newmarket Handicap[2], MVRC Australia Stakes and the Age Classic.

She also travelled to the United Kingdom winning the 2007 King's Stand Stakes during the Royal Ascot meeting.

Miss Andretti was also awarded the title of Australia’s champion racehorse in 2007.

Miss Andretti was retired on 30 August 2008 after finishing last in a listed race at Caulfield Racecourse.[3][4]



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