My Redeemer Shooting Through The Siring Ranks

WHEN unbeaten Excuse Me Jack went within a tick of the Townsville record on May 7, it resulted in a huge offer for the dog from Brisbane interests.

David Brasch

13 May 2021

WHEN unbeaten youngster Excuse Me Jack went within a tick of the Townsville track record on May 7, it resulted in a huge offer for the dog from Brisbane interests.

The offer for the My Redeemer and Fancy Dancer dog was knocked back such is the potential of the September 2019 whelp.

But what it did do was thrust his sire My Redeemer (Fernando Bale-Where’s Demonica) and his flourishing stud career firmly into the spotlight.

Winner of 25 races including the G1 Melbourne Cup and Harrison Dawson (timely with the series being run now), the David Geall-trained star has been given his stud opportunity.

And he continues to get some exciting youngsters coming through to city racing where they are showing their undoubted ability.

HIs first season stats are impressive.

From 96 runners he has got 116 wins at a strike rate of 20 percent winners to runners.

Of those stud dogs ahead of him on the national sires list, only one has a better strike rate.

While it is very early in his stud career for his pups to be going city racing, his stats there are still highly promising.

Of the 42 starters on city tracks, he has 25 wins at a strike rate of 18 percent.

Again, only two ahead of him on the city wining national list are ahead of him.

His progeny are headed by Time For Peace (My Redeemer-Miss Montoya) who is a last start Meadows winner in a fast 29.69.

Over in WA, the hugely exciting Tiger Town (My Redeemer-Tina’s Magic) is also a last start fast Cannington winner in 29.81.

And, to top off all this, Jump Into Action (My Redeemer-Infinite Wish) is already a 725m Meadows winner and is only 26 months old.

And, Whatever I Say (My Redeemer-Flying Bekim) is a 29.43 Sandown maiden winner and already attempting a rise to 715m city racing while only 25 months old.

It augurs well for My Redeemer’s stud career future both as a sire of fast sprinters, but certainly to get stamina into his progeny.

With his bloodlines, it’s of little surprise.