No Nay Never ex Stranded colt
Shares Available - 64.5%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 29 Feb 2020:
25% share available @ £18,250 upfront and £684 per month from 1st March 2020
15% share available @ £10,950 upfront and £440 per month from 1st March 2020
10% share available @ £7,300 upfront and £299 per month from 1st March 2020
5% share available @ £3,650 upfront and £160 per month from 1st March 2020
2.5% share available @ £1,825 upfront and £90 per month from 1st March 2020
Purchased at the Tattersalls Ireland Yearling sale, this colt is by the biggest, breakthrough sire of 2018 and 2019 in No Nay Never, there can be no question of that. He’s the sire of the mighty dual Group 1 winner Ten Sovereigns, Wichita, the recent Group 3 Somerville Tattersalls Stakes and of our recent Ripon, Hornblower Conditions race winner, Ventura Lightning, so we are beginning to fall in love with the sire. Read more about him here: https://coolmore.com/stallions/no-nay-never.
Here, we’ve sourced a fantastic yearling colt from the sale that has provided us, previously, with Dee Stakes winner VIREN’S ARMY, Group 3 Prix Du Calvados winner GREAT PAGE and the Group 3 winner and Group 1 placed MARIE’S DIAMOND. It’s a fabulously underrated sale, in our opinion; and it’s proved a very happy hunting ground for us, year in, year out; we’re delighted to buy from Tattersalls Ireland, each and every year!
In the search for this season’s Tom Dascombe yearling, we asked Tom to provide us with a shortlist of horses at this sale, and he offered around half a dozen, but he made it eminently clear to us that lot 52, this No Nay Never colt was his standout individual of the week. He’s a fabulous colt who has a proven top-class sire and a mare who has a proven record too, she’s already produced the 95 rated Westadora. We decided to target this horse, and this horse alone for Tom to train, and having passed through the vetting process, with flying colours, we embarked upon endeavouring to purchase him. After a tense and very busy auction, you can imagine our delight in securing Tom’s nap of the sale and we can’t wait to see him unleashed on Tom’s and Michael Owen’s, Cheshire gallops in the Spring. We even have a group photo of us just after buying him in the gallery!
This fabulous colt, who looks to have it all, already has us dreaming of running at the famous Flat festivals of 2020, the Chester, May meeting, just a possibility and Glorious Goodwood a possibility too, at this stage. Our colt is very much one to train on into his 3yo career too. In fact, we very much see him being a progressive individual, throughout his career, he’s far from a one trick, 2yo pony.
He looks to have an abundance of class, both in terms of his looks and his pedigree. He’s a thoroughly exciting addition to our yearling roster. Tom says “I am delighted to be able to train this outstanding son of No Nay Never. He was my favourite horse in the sale.”
He qualifies for the very valuable Tattersalls Ireland Auction race held at The Curragh during Ireland's premier meeting of the year, Irish Champions weekend. This race carries a superb €300,000 prize money pot. He is PLUS 10 BONUS qualified.
View his walk and profile VIDEO attached to this page.
Pedigree Update (4th November): Racing Post - "Ten Sovereigns' success in the July Cup was the pinnacle of another big year for No Nay Never, who has again received a sizeable fee increase, having been upped to €150,000 for 2020, just 12 months after his fee was quadrupled to €100,000."
Trainer Update (6th November): The reports through about this colt, from his pre training yard, continue to be massively upbeat. He’s a real natural and sharp and racy, totally belying his 25th May birthdate. He has both grown and strengthened up since arriving and shows a delightfully willing attitude to his work. Given his sire’s new nomination price for 2020 is €150,000, this colt looks particularly well bought by Tom Dascombe and our team.