Lammerskraal’s resident sire Go Deputy looks to have produced another high class daughter in the form of Deputy Ryder.
The latter made it four wins from her past five outings when she accounted for a smart field to land the Listed Queen Palm Stakes at Greyville last Saturday.
Owned by Four Legs Racing and trained by Alyson Wright, Deputy Ryder has been a soul of consistency in her past six starts, winning or running second in all of them.
The Lammerskraal Stud bred filly is out of the Red Ryder mare Miss Ryder.
Deputy Ryder is the second daughter of Go Deputy to win the Queen Palm, with her paternal half sister Adobe Pink prevailing in 2013.
Millionaire and turf Grade One winner Go Deputy has enjoyed a fine run of success during 2014-2015.
His feature race winners include both Rampant Ice and the above mentioned Deputy Ryder, while Go Deputy sired two-year-olds include the undefeated stakes vixen Flying Ice and the brilliant debut winner Abashiri.
Flying Ice, in turn, looks a leading contender for the Gr1 Thekwini Stakes on August 1st, while her paternal half brother Abashiri looks a potential threat in the Gr1 Premier’s Champion Stakes to be run at Greyville on the same day.
Go Deputy, whose past top class performers included the graded stakes winners Changingoftheguard and Pessoa, is a superbly bred horse.
His sire is dual US Champion Sire and outstanding sire of sires Deputy Minister, while his half brother is none other than Dare And Go, a dual Grade One winner of both the Pacific Classic (in which he conquered the great Cigar) and Strub Stakes.
Dare And Go (who earned more than $1.6 million in stakes) and Go Deputy are both sons of the well bred Secretariat mare Partygoer, whose half sister Demure is the dam of Grade One winner and leading sire and broodmare sire Quiet American.