|Breeder||Harry F. Guggenheim|
|Owner||Harry F. Guggenheim|
|Trainer||Cecil Boyd-Rochfort (England)|
|Earnings||$37,389 & £3,062|
|Richmond Stakes (1956)|
Roseben Handicap (1958)
Red God (1954–1979) was a Thoroughbred race horse foaled in Kentucky who competed in England and the United States but who is best known as the sire of Blushing Groom who prominent turfman Edward L. Bowen calls one of the great international sires of the 20th century.
At age two, Red God won the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood Racecourse and was second in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster Racecourse after which he was brought back to the United States with plans to enter him in the American Triple Crown series. He won his American debut but was injured and out of racing for the rest of 1957. He returned to the track in 1958, with his best result a win in the Roseben Handicap at Belmont Park.
- Biggar, Allan, (ed.), The Stallion Review, 1977