Sioux Nation

Bay201516.1½ hh (1.66m)
Distance won over: 5f. to 6f.
Scat Daddy - Dream The Blues
Fee for 2022: €10,000

Stands at Castlehyde


Royal Ascot & Gr.1-winning 2YO by Scat Daddy - just like No Nay Never

Both NO NAY NEVER & SCAT DADDY were Champion First Crop Sires!

  • By the phenomenal SCAT DADDY, sire of NO NAY NEVER, Triple Crown winner JUSTIFY, sprinting sensations CARAVAGGIO, LADY AURELIA, ACAPULCO etc.
  • His dam won her only start (over 6 furlongs) and is a daughter of European Champion Sprinter and top sire/leading speed influence OASIS DREAM
  • His second dam, the Group 1 sprinter CATCH THE BLUES, was by Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes winner and notable sire BLUEBIRD
  • Completed the Norfolk-Phoenix Stakes double like his grandsire JOHANNESBURG

“a fine sprinting type on looks, big and good-bodied” Timeform

Off to a fast start with his first 2YOs!

  • Sydneyarms Chelsea - winner of the Gr.3 Prix Six Perfections at Deauville for Charlie Hills
  • Lakota Sioux - winner of the Gr.3 Sweet Solera Stakes at Newmarket for Mark Johnston . Third in the Listed Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot
  • Matilda Picotte - 2-length maiden winner on debut at the Curragh over 6f. Third in the Gr.2 Airlie Stud Stakes & Gr.2 Lowther Stakes
  • Kinta - dual winner for George Boughey. Runner-up in the Gr.3 Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot
  • Ocean Quest - winner of the opening 5f. maiden at the Curragh for Jessica Harrington. Runner-up in the Gr.3 Round Tower Stakes
  • Ocean Jewel - 4-length fillies maiden winner for Willie McCreery. Runner-up in the Listed Blenheim Stakes at Fairyhouse
  • Lakota Seven - impressive maiden winner at Bellewstown for Joseph O'Brien. Third in the Listed Coolmore Stud Churchill Stakes
  • Brave Nation - scored by 6 lengths first time out at Doncaster for Michael Bell
  • All Things Nice - dual winner for Joseph O'Brien
  • Small Oasis - smart 4¾-length maiden winner at the Curragh over 6f. for Michael Grassick
  • Changeofmind - broke the 2YO course record at Chester when winning on debut for Declan Carroll
  • Sipahsalar - 2-length maiden winner at Ayr for Richard Fahey
  • Bakeel - debut winner of the Royal Ascot 2YO Trial Conditions Stakes over 5f. at Ascot for Andrew Balding
  • Brave Emperor - dual winner for Archie Watson
  • Indian Dream - dual winner for Michael Bell
  • Tiger Paw - 5f. maiden winner at Cork for Aidan O'Brien
  • Sioux Spirit - impressive maiden winner at Navan over 5f. for Ken Condon
  • Direct Security - novices stakes winner at Kempton for Robyn Brisland
  • Mazyuna - fillies' novice stakes winner at Southwell for Kevin Philippart De Foy
  • Lakota Blue - dual novice stakes winner for Nigel Tinkler
  • Sioux Spirit - maiden winner for Paul & Oliver Cole at Ffos Las
  • Tribal Hunter - 4-length maiden winner at Hamilton for Richard Fahey
  • Minnesota Lad - maiden winner at Beverley over 5f. for Richard Fahey
  • Manitou - dual winner for Archie Watson
  • Florida Filly - dual winner for Iain Jardine
  • Queen Serenity - debut winner in Italy over 5f. for trainer Vincenzo Fabio
  • Rosie Rocket - dual winner in France for David Maughan
  • Maitola - 8-length maiden winner over 6f. in Italy for A Cottu
  • Soul Of The Nation - winner at Compiegne over 9f. for Ed Monfort
  • Dream Or Reality - 8-length maiden winner in Italy for D Dettori
  • Wahbat Alrahman - dual winner in Saudi Arabia including a 29-length maiden win on debut
  • Estrosa - debut winner in Rome for EC Racing Stable
  • Mymovies - winner in Rome over 5f. for S. Guerrieri
  • Carlos Ray - 12-length maiden winner on debut at Kincsem Park
  • Fort Dodge - broke his maiden at Øvrevoll for Tobias Hellgren
  • Hidden Colony - 4½ length maiden winner at Praha

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