TOP ME UP HOLLY is a bay filly by Master Of My Fate, out of the Western Winter mare, Aquila Rapax. Bred by Lammerskraal Stud, she was purchased at the 2019 National Yearling Sale.

Name: Top Me Up Holly (previously My Rapid Lady)
Sex: Bay Filly
Foaled: 11/08/2017
Sire: Master Of My Fate
Mare: Aquila Rapax (Western Winter USA)
Breeder: Lammerskraal Stud
Trainer: Alyson Wright
Purchased: National Yearling Sale, April 2019
Pedigree: View here

She is a very classy looking filly, out of a multiple black type earning and producing mare. From the same family that produced the likes of SET AFIRE, RUDRA, NANIA, RED RAY and BRUTAL FORCE et al.

Named by the Hollywoodbets I-Branch Team, she will be representing the team every time she steps foot onto the race course. Judging by the way she has matured as a 2-year old, she is going to make the team proud as well.

UPDATES – Top Me Up Holly

May 17th, 2020
Two very exciting 2-year old fillies working alongside one another this morning. Closest to the camera is East Coast Star (Visionaire x Salita by Western Winter), previously know as Sunnegga. On the far side is My Rapid Lady (Master Of My Fate x Aquila Rapax by Western Winter). Both fillies were bred by Lammerskraal Stud, purchased by the Hollywood Syndicate at the 2019 BSA National Yearling Sale.

April 9th, 2020
She has come along way in the last few weeks. One of the more exciting 2 year old fillies for the upcoming season, she is seen here being put through her paces at track.

October 10th, 2019
This filly has been doing very well over the past few weeks and a lot is pointing towards her being the type of filly to line up in those 2-year-old features next year. Seen below, having a well-deserved cool down after her workout this week.

August 24th, 2019
She has been let down and seems to be enjoying the warm winter conditions, here in KZN. For a Master Of My Fate filly, who generally have the tendency to be a bit hot, she has a very relaxed temperament. She will need a bit of time, but we don’t intend on bringing her in much before December time. As such, she will have plenty of time to thrive throughout the spring and early summer.

June 12th, 2019
She has settled in nicely at Leckhampton Valley Spelling and Pre Training, where is being pre-trained. Judging by the recent comment from the farm below, she is certainly going on the right direction and we’ll be looking forward to seeing her step out this summer.

“My Rapid Lady is a lovely attractive filly. She is growing well and looks to have the potential to be a superb horse.”