By winning the Molecomb Stakes against a herd of ponies by breaking track records, Trillium becomes the 4th in the 2-year-old group to win in 2022 from No Nay Never. American sprinter, son of Scat Daddy, asserts himself season after season as a world reference for the production of speed horses. For the first time, his children promise to be formidable in the most beautiful classes exclusively for 2-year-olds this August.
No, Never, pure speed © Coolmore
America’s speed bomb, No Nay Never took courses that Wesley Ward for its most talented 2-year-olds. Namely debuting very early in the season over 900 meters in the United States, then Royal Ascot from its second outing, before continuing in August with the Prix Morny (Gr.1) in Deauville. This powerful black pony, easily recognizable with his jacket-matching flash, was blue and red during his first two outings, then black after being purchased by Team Coolmore again. The largest breeding entity in the world hasn’t let a single pony since 3e generation of a Go, dad who is beginning to assert himself as an extraordinary stallion. After 3 short years the season ended with 2e Breeders ‘Cup Sprint (Gr.1) is behind Bobby’s KittenNo Nay Never started his second career, that of a stallion.
Recommended at €20,000 in the first season, No Nay Never ticks all the boxes for being a successful steed: speed, acumen, archetypes, paternal pedigree. Aside from the fact that he is the son of Scat Daddy (who became the son of a successful sire), No Nay Never also comes from an American lineage in which we find the new winner Gr.1 2 years old, but too Half a year, a winner in England in Saint James’s Palace Stakes (Gr.1). From its first generation, tidal waves never move. In 2018, there will be 15 types of black, including 1 winner group Ten Sovereignswho became his neighbor in the Coolmore stables yard.
Since then, Coolmore has re-evaluated a lot of stud fees for super sir crossed the €100,000 mark every year since 2019. Of 5 generations of racing-age descendants, No Nay Never has been the son of 39 Staking winners, including 3 Gr.1 winners. Its 2 year old generation in 2022, designed with a price of 175,000 €, editor’s note, looks very promising. In addition to Trillium, we find Black beard (Prix Robert Papin Gr.2, Marble Hill Stakes Gr.3), Think (Albany Stakes Gr.3), Little Bear (Anglesey Stakes Gr.3). So many minors who will fight for the first places in the first Group 1 of the generation, especially the first of them, the Phoenix Stakes in early August in Curragh.