Barnane’s In The Fast Lane

Equus winning daughter of Jet Master's legacy grows

The Kieswetter family’s Tipperary-based Barnane Stud produced another terrific home-bred winner, and a boost for their exciting blue-blooded speed demon sire Real Gone Kid, at Wolverhampton on Monday evening when the William Haggas-trained chestnut filly Girl Racer (IRE) won impressively on her 7 furlong debut.

Bred and raced by Barnane, the scopy winner is a daughter of Scat Daddy’s Champion First Crop Sire of 2018 & Champion 2YO Sire of 2022 No Nay Never out of SA-bred Equus star In The Fast Lane, a champion daughter of seven times South African champion sire, and champion broodmare sire, Jet Master.

Barnane’s Girl Racer flashes home under Cieron Fallon on debut (Pic – Supplied)

It’s certainly a top family with the second dam Oaks winner First Arrival, a Northern Guest mare who produced multiple Black Types including Gr2 winner and Dubai winner Light The Lights, and the feature raced Pack Leader, amongst others.

The promising Girl Racer is the third foal of the brilliant In The Fast Lane and follows Snitzel Gr1 star and lightning fast Real Gone Kid, who is an exciting first season stallion prospect at the Kieswetter’s Ridgemont Highlands Stud in the Western Cape.

Girl Racer poses with Mom In The Fast Lane

The handsome Real Gone Kid boasts an international standard pedigree and bears striking similarities to Ridgemont Highlands’ boom sire Rafeef, who has hit the headlines since going to stud with outstanding winners over a variety of trips right up to Gr1 level. Both Rafeef and Real Gone Kid are speedsters from the Redoute’s Choice male line.

Another of In The Fast Lane’s offspring, Real Gone Kid’s full sister from In The Fast Lane  is the stakes performed dual winning filly Stiptelik, a 4yo currently in training with Brett Crawford in the Cape.

The Kieswetter’s internationally focussed philosophy of breeding best to best continues to pay great dividends!

Snitzel son Real Gone Kid – pure speed and exciting first season sire prospect (Pic – Chase Liebenberg)

“It’s early days but William (Haggas) really likes Girl Racer and she looks like a filly with plenty of promise. She showed maturity and good ability with an impressive turn of foot, to win as she did coming from behind the leaders under a hands and heels ride by Cieren Fallon and we are thrilled. Well done to the Haggas and Barnane teams. And it’s great to see the Real Gone Kid dynasty growing. There has been so much interest in him and we are excited at what the future holds,” said a delighted Craig Kieswetter.

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