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One of the most important young stallions in Europe, the Ballylinch Stud resident's outstanding year continued at Newbury on Thursday
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 14 June 2019
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Michael Ross looks at the continuing success at stud of Fast Company
By Michael Ross on 01 February 2019
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Under the circumstances and given how the lower tiers of the market have struggled in all spheres over the last few months Part 2 returned a reasonable level of trade
By Ryan McElligott on 30 November 2018
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A €52,000 Fast Company colt topped Part 2 of the Goffs November Foal Sale. Aggregate, mean, median and clearance rate all down on 2017 figures
By Ryan McElligott on 24 November 2018
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Adlerflug's new Group 1 star is an Oaks heroine; Brando strikes for Pivotal; another St Leger candidate for Sea The Stars; Fast Company classic winner; and more news
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 10 August 2017
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Group 1 success for Equiano; Grade 1 wins for Fast Company, Rock Of Gibraltar and Sixties Icon; number 10 for Frankel; Elusive Pimpernel stakes winner; and more
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 30 June 2017
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Grade 1 double for Galileo sons; baker's dozen for Zoffany; new pattern winners for Acclamation, Dubawi and Fast Company; blacktype double for Rio De La Plata; and another news
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 15 June 2017
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Another Group 1 victory for Iffraaj; blacktype success for Dubawi, Fast Company, Jeremy, Kendargent, Kodiac, Raven's Pass and Tamayuz; Harzand relation wins Australian Group 2; and other news
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 06 April 2017
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Michael Ross reviews Fast Company, sire of the classic winner Jet Setting
By Michael Ross on 03 February 2017
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“He might be kept to race, but most likely he will be back for sale next year. He was the only foal I came to buy this week"
By Ryan McElligott on 13 November 2016
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Sire of Jet Setting and Devonshire to move from UK and become a 'Darley Club' stallion
By Mark Costello on 27 May 2016
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Leo Powell reports on the Burns' family involvement with the Group 2 Lanwades Stud Stakes winner Fast Company
By Leo Powell on 27 May 2016
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Leo Powell looks at the family of Jet Setting and the story of her dam's sale for only €3,000
By Leo Powell on 27 May 2016
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Group 1 wins for Cape Cross, Fast Company, Fastnet Rock, Lope De Vega and Soldier Hollow; Group 2 success for Bushranger, Invincible Spirit, Strategic Prince and Zoffany
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 20 May 2016
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A bargain basement filly out of a €3,000 mare, Fast Company's second-crop daughter Jet Setting now has classic aspirations
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 15 April 2016
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Grade 1 wins for Crillon, Indian River, Kayf Tara, King's Theatre, Old Vic, Oscar, Presenting, Saddler Maker, Shirocco, Vendangeur & Walk In The Park; Group 1 wins for Elusive City, Makfi and Montjeu
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 10 April 2016
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Classic-placed stakes winner Devonshire represents the first crop of her sire, and the Goffs graduate comes from a branch of the family of a US Horse of the Year
By Sieglinde McGee on 25 September 2015
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With the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes winner Baitha Alga and the winners of more than 40 other races already to his name, Fast Company remains a bright prospect
By Sieglinde McGee on 27 February 2015
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Daragh O Conchuir talks pedigrees and percentages with successful breeder Maurice Burns
By Daragh Ó Conchúir on 15 August 2014
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