Never Seen Better Value
With 20 stakes-winners from his first two crops, Scat Daddy’s first son to stud No Nay Never has become an overwhelming success with his second crop of Australian bred yearlings sure to be in high demand at the 2020 Magic Millions Yearling Sale on the Gold Coast in January.
No Nay Never will stand at a fee of 175,000 euros at Coolmore Ireland next year, a clear reflection of his growing reputation in the Northern Hemisphere.
The champion European First Crop sire of 2018 with a Group I winning juvenile in Ten Sovereigns, No Nay Never has powered on this year with a new raft of six second crop stakes-winners headed by Group II winners Arizona, Mystery Power and Shadn, while Ten Sovereigns trained on at three to win the Group I Newmarket July Cup.
No Nay Never has an 11.4% stakes-winner to runner strike rate marking him as a genuinely top class young sire.
He is particularly successful with mares carrying Danehill blood with six of his stakes-winners bred this way including Ten Sovereigns, the nick working at 15.3% stakes-winners to runners, an important fact to consider for Australian buyers assessing his stock at upcoming sales.
No Nay Never has 17 entries for Magic Millions, nine to be offered by Coolmore, with highlights including: Lot 82, half-brother to Group III winner Gamay and stakes-winner Meidung; Lot 221, colt from Dane Blazer, a full sister to Cox Plate winner Dane Ripper; Lot 235, a colt from stakes-winner Delta Girl; Lot 604, filly from Orontes, a ¾ sister to Group I winner Takedown; and Lot 713, a filly from Russian Empress, a full sister to Group I winner Atlante.