5-Winner Haul Spotlights My Redeemer Success

IT came as no surprise to David Geall that My Redeemer reeled off five winners at Bendigo on Saturday to continue his march up the sires ranks.

David Brasch

30 May 2022

IT came as no surprise to David Geall that My Redeemer reeled off five winners at Bendigo on Saturday night to continue his march up the sires ranks.

Those five winners are:

Mumma’s Meatball (My Redeemer-Mumma’s Meatloaf) in a 425m Maiden for Scott Millard

Myrniong Blue (My Redeemer-Bugatti Royale) in a 425m Maiden for Paul Mathieson

Texicali Master (My Redeemer-Starface) in a 425m Grade 7 for Michael Davison

Our Girls Shout (My Redeemer-Shout Out Loud) in a 500m Grade 6-7 for Brian Brown

Antique Elsa (My Redeemer-Antique Blonde) in a 425m Grade 5 for Gayle Lemin

“That was a fantastic result,” said Geall of the super race dog he took to victory in 25 races for $669,000 including the Group 1 Melbourne Cup and Group 1 Harrison Dawson.

“But, he has been strongly moving up the leader board for some time now.”

My Redeemer sits fourth in Australia in 2022 with winners of $2.2 million and is fourth for metropolitan wins with stakes of $1 million.

He sits behind his own sire Fernando Bale, Aston Dee Bee and Barcia Bale on each list.

“What we like most about the My Redeemer progeny is that they are very strong, especially for city racing,” said David.

“That must be a criteria for all stud dogs.

“He was such a strong dog himself.”

Geall also stands Fernando Bale’s virtual brother, Group 1 Melbourne Cup winner Koblenz, at stud. He is by Fernando Bale from Up Hill Jill the great race bitch a half sister to My Redeemer.

“We’ve been quite pleased with the initial response to Koblenz at stud,” said David.

“We have sold 21 straws, there are three litters on the ground, all of them good sized, and three more bitches due to whelp soon.

“One of those is that very, very good Tassie bitch Wynburn Beauty.”