|Trainer||Angel Penna, Sr.|
|Record||4 starts, 4 wins|
|Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (1977)
Prix Saint-Alary (1977)
Prix de Diane (1977)
|French Champion Three-Year-Old Filly (1977)|
|Last updated on 2 November 2010|
She was by the multiple Group One (G1) winner, Caro, her dam, Moonmadness was by the good American racehorse and sire, Tom Fool. Madelia was bred and raced by leading French horseman, Daniel Wildenstein, and trained 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 1,600 meter (1 mile) event at 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.
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.
Madelia died at the age of thirty from old age.
|Fortino II (FR)
|Lady of the Snows|
|Tom Fool (USA)
|Fair Ranger||Bois Roussel|
|Point Duty (Family: 1)|