Champion juvenile Too Darn Hot sired his first Group winner on Saturday, 12 August when his first-crop daughter Fallen Angel impressed in the G3 Sweet Solera Stakes. Her sires first-ever winner back in May, she came into the race on the back of a Listed second at Sandown, and wasn’t hard pressed to record a three-length victory. Les Bleus, by the leading first-season sire Blue Point, ran on well to finish third.
Owned and bred by Clipper Logistics, she is the first Stakes winner bred by the G2 May Hill heroine Agnes Stewart, who was also G1-placed as a juvenile in the Fillies’ Mile.
Too Darn Hot is the sire of eight winners in his fledgling career including ten-length winner Darnation, impressive debutant Alyanaabi, who was fourth in a Listed race on his only other start, Newmarket scorer Race The Wind, and the consistent Son.
He will be covering this upcoming season at Kelvinside at a fee of $44,000 Inc. GST.