By the best young sire, probably in the World, in NO NAY NEVER, who just happens to be a son of Scat Daddy: Champion first crop sire of 2018; he’s the sire of the mighty European Champion 3YO Sprinter Ten Sovereigns; multiple winner including the Gr.1 July Cup, Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes & Gr.3 Round Tower Stakes, Arizona - winner of the Gr.2 Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, runner-up in the Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes & third in the Gr.1 Vincent O'Brien National Stakes, Alcohol Free - dual winner including an impressive win in the Gr.1 Cheveley Park Stakes, Mystery Power - stylish winner of the Gr.2 Superlative Stakes, Wichita - winner of the Gr.2 Park Stakes at Doncaster & Gr.3 Tattersalls Stakes at Newmarket. Third in the Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes & Gr.1 St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot. Land Force - a 3-time winner including the Gr.2 Richmond Stakes & Listed Tipperary Stakes, Shadn - winner of the Gr.2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte & Listed Rose Bowl Stakes, Nay Lady Nay - winner of the Gr.2 Mrs Revere Stakes, Gr.3 Matchmaker Stakes & Park Fall Oaks for Chad Brown, Chestnut Honey - Gr.2 Premio Federico Tesio, Listed Gran Premio d'Italia & Listed Premio Merano winner for Alduino Botti, 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! Read more about him here: https://coolmore.com/stallions/no-nay-never
In Kevin Blake's blog for At The Races. he says - "2015 has proven to be a truly remarkable year for new stallions. The likelihood of “one of the ones” emerging from any one crop is low enough, but against all the odds, the crop of sires that commenced their covering duties in Europe in 2015 has managed to produce two exceptional stallions in the shape of KINGMAN and NO NAY NEVER. Read the full story here: https://www.attheraces.com/blogs/kevin-blake/20-April-2020
We bought this good looking son of the sire from the Tattersalls Ireland Yearling sale, which has provided us, previously, with Dee Stakes winner VIREN’S ARMY, Group 3 Prix Du Calvados winner GREAT PAGE and the Group 3 winner/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!
His dam has a proven record too, as she’s already produced the 95 best RPR rated Westadora - she has now gone to the breeding sheds too.
He is 'PLUS 10 BONUS' qualified. Read more here: https://www.plus10bonus.com/
A gorgeous looking horse, by the sire sensation No Nay Never. He is very lightly raced, and it’s fair to say that he’s not set the World alight, as yet. He was almost a June foal, so was always going to be behind his contemporaries a little. We’ve gelded him since his last race, he had his mind on other things, and he’s settled down no end. We’ll see him, up in trip, against his own level of opponent, and we should see him hit the bullseye this Summer at some stage. He’s no superstar, but hopefully he’s a very inexpensive route to the winners’ enclosure. He could easily be one to transfer to Donald McCain for a second career, come the Autumn, a tactic we deployed so successfully with both Genever Dragon and Listed winning mare Fiveandtwenty. Tom says: "He looks well in his coat and is strong after his break. Has been swimming and getting picks of grass and well on course to run on the turf in April."
He's a bit of a poser at home too!