No Nay Never
“the fastest juvenile Royal Ascot has ever seen” TDN, 21 June 2013
- Won the Norfolk Stakes-Gr.2 on his first start in Europe in record time.
- An easy winner of the Prix Morny-Gr.1 at Deauville defeating a strong field.
“The raw talent and explosive action that wowed at the royal meeting returned with aplomb as the enormous No Nay Never upheld the excellent form of the Norfolk Stakes with the minimum of fuss.” Racing Post 19 Aug 2013
His first 5 sires are all Gr.1 winning 2yo’s…
Scat Daddy, Johannesburg, Hennessy, Storm Cat & Storm Bird
His yearlings in 2018 have already sold for up to €260,000!
The leading first crop sire in 2018, his first 2YO's include...
- Land Force - 3-time winner including the G2 Richmond Stakes & Listed Tipperary Stakes for Aidan O'Brien. Placed in the G2 Norfolk Stakes.
- Ten Sovereigns - won the G3 Round Tower Stakes by 3¾ lengths and a Curragh maiden by 7 lengths for Aidan O'Brien.
- Servalan - won the Listed Fillies' Sprint Stakes at Naas over 6f.
- Mae Never No - dual winner for Wesley Ward including the Colleen Stakes at Monmouth Park by 7 lengths. Placed in the Tremont Stakes.
- Neverland Rock - novice stakes winner at Newmarket over 7f. for Richard Hannon & Phoenix Thoroughbred Limited. Runner-up in the G2 Superlative Stakes.
- The Irish Rover - won a conditions stakes at Newbury over 6f. for Aidan O'Brien by 2½ lengths. Third in the G1 Phoenix Stakes.
- We Go - easy 2-length winner of the Prix Riverman at Maisons-Laffitte for Henri-Alex Pantally. Third in the G3 Prix de Cabourg at Deauville.
- Cosmic Law - dual winner for Richard Fahey including the Woodcote Stakes at Epsom.
- Chestnut Honey - winner of the Premio Stresa in Italy for A. Botti and placed in the Listed Premio Giuseppe de Montel.
- Parkers Hill - maiden winner at Leopardstown for Johnny Murtagh.
- Art Du Val - impressive novice stakes winner at Sandown for Charlie Appleby and Godolphin.
- North Wind - impressive 3-length maiden winner at Naas for Aidan O'Brien.
- Kafu - impressive 2¼-length maiden winner over 5f. for Ger Lyons at Down Royal.
- All The Kings Men - 3-length maiden winner at Naas for Aidan O'Brien.
- No Needs Never - maiden winner at Down Royal for Joseph O'Brien.
- No Way Jose - novice stakes winner for Brian Meehan.
- Jonah Jones - easy 4-length winner of a novice stakes at Haydock for Tom Dascombe.
- Hammersmith - broke his maiden at the Curragh for James Nash.
- Beechwood Ella - novice stakes winner for Keith Dalgleish.
- Vanilla Gold - winner of the Prix de l'Avenir in France for Nicolas Clement.
- Lady Madison - novice stakes winner on debut for Richard Hughes.
- Nayslayer - broke his maiden at Chelmsford for Sylvester Kirk.