Too Darn Hot’s first runners are currently on fire and on Thursday 14 September he sired his second Group winner inside a week when Darnation landed the G2 May Hill Stakes at Doncaster.
The Karl Burke-trained filly was settled in second position under Clifford Lee, racing prominently throughout. She took up the running two furlongs out and kept on brilliantly to win by three lengths from See The Fire (Dubawi), with Les Bleus (Blue Point) taking third to add valuable Black Type to her record.
Darnation has now won three of her four starts, including the G3 Prestige Fillies’ Stakes at Goodwood last time out. She is a homebred for Newtown Anner Stud and is out of the Galileo mare Monday Monday, a half-sister to multiple Classic winner Blue Bunting.
She is the second Group winner this week for her young sire, following Fallen Angel's sensational victory in the G1 Moyglare on Sunday.
As well as siring the third home in the juvenile feature at Doncaster, there was further success for Blue Point at Epsom, as he was responsible for the first two in the seven-furlong novice.
Change For Good was making his racecourse debut and certainly did not fluff his lines as she swept through the field to win going away by a length from previous winner Noo Point.
Blue Point added yet another winner later in the afternoon at Naas, as Bluedrum made a winning debut.
She was bred by Stonethorn Stud Farms and is out of the Group-placed Stakes winner Drumfad Bay.
Blue Point now has 35 individual winners and six Black Type performers so far this year, including unbeaten Stakes-winning duo Rosallion and Shady Lady.