No Nay Never posted his third Group 1 winner as a sire during the famed Royal Ascot carnival with Alcohol Free winning the Group 1 Coronation Stakes (1600m). Alcohol Free was able to win in tough conditions against the field of three-year-old fillies.
Alcohol Free won her second top-flight race after also winning the Cheveley Park Stakes (1200m) as at two. Ten Sovereigns is the other Group 1 winner for his sire and also tasted the ultimate twice.
Ten Sovereigns was an unbeaten two-year-old and claimed the Middle Park Stakes (1200m) at Newmarket and then trained on at three to win the July Cup over the same course and distance.
No Nay Never as a racehorse himself was fast. Really fast. He has shown he certainly is throwing that speed into his progeny also.
TBB Racing have recently announced our second offering for our racing syndicate, a filly by No Nay Never who is out of the Stravinsky mare Crystal Fountain, who is a three-quarter-sister to dual Oaks winner Serenade Rose.
This filly is offered as a Lease Agreement which means there are no extravagant up-front costs involved.
She will be trained by Shane Nichols, who is also training our Hellbent x Come Follow Me '19 filly, on the Mornington Penninsula.
No Nay Never shuttled to Coolmore Australia for a total of four seasons and his oldest crop are just three-year-olds.
Amongst that first crop is the very impressive Need I Say More, trained in New Zealand by Jamie Richards.
The three-year-old has won seven races in total from nine starts, five of those at Stakes level.