Champion juvenile Too Darn Hot registered another new winner in his fledgling stallion career on Tuesday 26, September when Really Darn Hot won at Beverley. Despite being keen in the early stages, she handled the soft conditions with aplomb, winning by one-and-three-quarter lengths with a gaping nine lengths back to the third.
🐎🔥 Daughter of the illustrious Too Darn Hot, Really Darn Hot gets off the mark on the fourth time of asking under @dallan555 in the George Kilburn Memorial @BritishEBF Fillies' Restricted Novice Stakes @Beverley_Races for trainer @OllieSangster pic.twitter.com/YQAmLUkJ0d— Racing TV (@RacingTV) September 26, 2023
Bred in Germany by Gestüt Fährhof, she is out of the unraced Montjeu mare Raipura, a sister to Stakes winner Rumh, who has herself produced two G1 winners in Yibir and Wild Illusion (both by Dubawi">Dubawi).
Too Darn Hot has now registered 18 individual winners including three fillies that have won at Group level; Fallen Angel, winner of the G1 Moyglare Stud Stakes, Darnation G2 May Hill heroine, and Carolina Reaper a G3 scorer in Germany.