NO NAY BELLA
Purchased at the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale, this filly is PLUS 10 BONUS registered.
The biggest, breakthrough sire of 2018 and 2019 was No Nay Never, there can be no question of that. Champion first crop sire of 2018, he’s the sire of the mighty European Champion 3YO Sprinter Ten Sovereigns, Arizona - winner of the Gr.2 Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, Mystery Power - stylish winner of the Gr.2 Superlative Stakes, Land Force - winner of the Gr.2 Richmond Stakes, Shadn - winner of the Gr.2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte, Nay Lady Nay - won the Gr.2 Mrs Revere Stakes & Park Fall Oaks, Chestnut Honey - Gr.2 Premio Federico Tesio winner and Wichita, the very impressive winner of the Group 3 Somerville Tattersalls Stakes, Vitalogy - winner of the Gr.3 Palm Beach Stakes and Need I Say More - dual winner including the Gr.3 Waikato Stud Slipper Stakes. Just a few of his black type winners from around the world!
He is the sire of our Ripon, Hornblower Conditions race winner, Ventura Lightning so we are beginning to fall in love with the sire. He is currently delivering a mammoth Black type horses to runners’ percentage and a colossal rate of winners to runners. In 5 years’ time, No Nay Never could easily be rivalling the mighty Galileo himself, if he continues on his upward climb. Read more about him here: https://coolmore.com/farms/australia/stallions/no-nay-never. Please note that in 2019 the nomination price for a mare to be covered by No Nay Never was €100,000 and in 2020 the price is set to rise to €175,000 no less.
If we were trying to purchase this filly now, we'd be struggling to get anywhere near being able to afford her!
A lovely, dark bay filly, so typical of No Nay Never's progeny, she walks fantastically well. Marco does so well with his fillies, winning Grade 1 and Group 1 fillies' races in the last 3 seasons. He's a top class, Newmarket trainer who fits this horse perfectly well. Not only does this filly have a sire, she also hails from a Group 1 fillies' winning family.
Pedigree Update (February 2020): https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/no-nay-never-makes-stakes-breakthrough-in-southern-hemisphere/42433
Syndicate manager update (April 2020): She is a last time out, winning daughter of sire sensation No Nay Never. A big filly, who remains unexposed and there’s surely much more to come. Will always retain a hefty residual value, given her sire and that she’s already won a novice stakes race early in her career. Remains exciting!
Watch her win last time out here: https://www.racingtv.com/videos/watch/horse_racing_replays/263428-32red-on-the-app-store-fillies-novice-stakes-5
Here she is on the gallops - far side (22nd April):