DGA RACING are pleased to announce the acquisition of a FAST COMPANY filly at Goffs Premiere Yearling Sale.
Fast Company has enjoyed a burgeoning reputation. His first-crop yearlings included a £210,000 colt at Doncaster and the €100,000 sales topper at the Goffs Sportsman’s sale. Those two horses – Baitha Alga and Devonshire – have both struck at G2 level: Baitha Alga won the G2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot while Devonshire was placed in last season's G1 Irish 1,000 Guineas behind Pleascach before winning her G2; she now has G1 targets in her four-year-old campaign.
Fast Company's second crop is continuing the good work. His highest price of 2014 was the £140,000 given by Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum for Taqdeer, now rated 112p by Timeform and Royal Ascot-bound. Fast Company's exceptional ratio of juvenile winners to runners in 2014-15 is continuing with his third crop in 2016 as he has already had four two-year-old winners, the latest being this week's Chantilly scorer Red Onion.
Fast Company, a son of Danehill Dancer, was himself a top-class two-year-old, and, with a Timeform rating of 126, he is rated the best ever juvenile at stud from the Danehill sire line. He won his first two starts, including the G3 Acomb Stakes, before running a close second to New Approach in an all-star running of the G1 Dewhurst Stakes: fellow Darley stallions Raven's Pass and Rio de la Plata were third and fourth, while Dark Angel was further back.
DGA RACING intend to syndicate the filly. Further details will be published in the near future. Please register your interest by calling Paul Thompson, Racing Director, DGA RACING on +44(0)7951327377