Fast Company sired his first Group winner from his first southern hemisphere crop when his juvenile son El Notario landed the G2 Gran Premio Criadores Marcel Zarour Atanacio. Run over a mile at Hipodromo Chile, he handled the sloppy dirt well, making his move down the outside in the straight to win easily. He has now won half of his four career starts.
Bred by Haras Convento Viejo, he is out of the winning Editor’s Note-mare Imperial Note, who is herself a granddaughter of the G2-winning and Classic-placed mare Ilimitada.
Fast Company, who is standing this season at a fee of €7,000, is also sire of the Classic-heroine Jet Setting, G1 miler Devonshire and the Royal Ascot G2-winning juvenile Baitha Alga.