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Xtreme Diva Becomes First Stakes Winner for Coal Front

First crop stallion Coal Front  , a graded stakes winning son of Stay Thirsty, was represented by his first black-type stakes winner Sept.9 when Xtreme Diva  captured the Northern Lights Debutante Stakes at Canterbury Park.

Xtreme Diva had previously annexed her debut by 12 1/2 lengths against Minnesota-breds for trainer McLean Robertson Aug. 9 at the Canterbury oval. Stepping into state-bred stakes company Saturday night, the result was pretty much the same, with the dark bay or brown filly trouncing her rivals by 7 3/4 lengths. Taking command at the half-mile pole under jockey Eduardo Gallardo, Xtreme Diva proceeded to distance herself from the rest of the field, racing the six furlongs in a final time of 1:10.89.

Collecting $60,000 for the victory, Xtreme Diva boosted her bankroll to $78,600.

Minnesota-bred Xtreme Diva was sold to owner Xtreme Racing Stables for $35,000 at the 2022 Minnesota Thoroughbred Association Yearling Sale. She is the first stakes winner produced from the Old Topper mare Silly Little Mama.

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Coal Front retired in 2020 with earnings of more than $1.8 million. Though he won three graded stakes from 6-6 1/2 furlongs, his finest effort came in his 4-year-old career when he landed the 2019 Godolphin Mile (G2) in Dubai.

The sire of 8 winners to date, Coal Front stood the 2022 breeding season at Spendthrift Farm for a fee of $5,000.

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