Surely No…. It’s Never Again!
Unstoppable No Nay Never had his third high-class winner in as many days when Richard Fahey sent out Cosmic Law (2c No Nay Never-Dhamma, by Broad Brush) to land a Carlisle novices’ event on Monday.
The classy colt stepped up on his debut earlier in the month to stay on in the closing stages of this five-furlong event and win cosily.
Winning jockey P J McDonald told the Racing Post: “Cosmic Law was green on debut at Doncaster but was given a lovely education and has come on a hell of a lot for it. He's a six-furlong horse in the making and there should be better things to come from him.”
Owned by John Dance, Cosmic Law was bred by Epona Bloodstock and realised £90,000 as a yearling.
Cosmic Law was winning a day after the Jessica Harrington-trained Servalan (2f No Nay Never-Catch The Eye, by Oratorio) won in Listed company at Naas. The previous afternoon, Aidan O’Brien saddled The Irish Rover (2c No Nay Never-Shelley Beach, by Danehill Dancer) to win a valuable Newbury conditions event.