09/10/2017 3:25PM

Miss Temple City to be offered at Fasig-Tipton November sale

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Miss Temple City wins the Grade 3 Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf Stakes on Saturday.

Miss Temple City, a multiple Grade 1 winner, will be offered as a racing or broodmare prospect at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky fall selected mixed sale on Nov. 6.

The 5-year-old Temple City mare has won seven of 19 races for earnings of $1,677,868. She is trained by Graham Motion for the partnership of The Club Racing, Needle In a Haystack, and Sagamore Farm.

"What an incredible ride it has been with Miss Temple City," said Bob Feld, who bred Miss Temple City and co-owns her as part of The Club Racing.  "From the day she was born, she was truly a star, but to watch her amazing career unfold into such a remarkable racehorse is incredible."

Miss Temple City’s most notable victories include Grade 1 scores in the Shadwell Turf Mile, Matriarch Stakes, and Maker’s 46 Mile. Her most recent start was a neck win Saturday in the Grade 3 Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf Stakes.

The mare’s connections are planning a fall campaign with potential stops at Keeneland and the Breeders’ Cup at Del Mar.

Select Sales will consign Miss Temple City as agent.

Bred in Kentucky, Miss Temple City is out of the stakes-placed Artax mare Glittering Tax, whose six winners from seven runners also include Grade 3 winner Pricedtoperfection, also by Temple City. Her extended family includes stakes winners Nancy’s Glitter, Conway Two Step, and Starfire Voyage.

Miss Temple City was cataloged to the 2015 Fasig-Tipton November sale but was withdrawn.

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