Fed Biz filly takes debut at Arlington, second winner for sire
Friday, July 13, 2018
Freshman Sire Fed Biz tallied the second winner from his first crop on July 13 when the 2-year-old filly Madison's Quarters scored a valiant neck victory in a five furlong maiden special weight race at Arlington Park.

The winner, who was making her first lifetime start, led the entire trip, outlasting a late-charging Crafty's Dream, by Bodemeister, to stop the timer in 1:00.96 on a fast main track (VIDEO).

Madison's Quarters is owned by Lothenbach Stables and was bred in Kentucky by Dixiana Farms. She is the second foal out of the graded stakes-placed Street Sense mare Toxis, who foaled a Fed Biz filly this year. Lothenbach purchased Madison's Quarters for $130,000 out of the 2017 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Summer Yearlings sale.

With just over 100 named 2-year-olds, Fed Biz is solidly entrenched in the top-10 on this year's Freshman Sire list. He is also among the leading freshman sires of 2-year-olds this year, with an average sale price of $135,655. 




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