Doctor Geoff swoops late at Naas

Son of Fast Company lands the Listed Tetrarch Stakes

Fast Company sired his fourth Stakes winner from his current crop of three-year-olds on Monday 1 May when his son Doctor Geoff came fast and late to win the Listed Tetrarch Stakes. Making his seasonal reappearance for Ger Lyons, he has now won two of his three starts after winning a maiden race over today’s course by four lengths last September.

Bred by the DDE Syndicate, Doctor Geoff is a son of the winning Spectrum-mare More Respect, who herself is a daughter of the Classic-placed Much Commanded and from the family of Bronze Cannon and Across The Stars.

Fast Company, who is standing this season at a fee of €7,000, has also sired Irish Classic heroine Jet Setting, G1 miler Devonshire and Royal Ascot G2-winning juvenile Baitha Alga.