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Leo Powell takes a look at the family of multiple graded stakes winner Nay Lady Nay
By Leo Powell on 24 July 2020
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Michael Ross reviews one of the first sons of No Nay Never to go to stud, the Group 1-placed juvenile The Irish Rover
By Michael Ross on 06 March 2020
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Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at an exciting son of No Nay Never retiring to stud in 2020, Land Force
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 28 February 2020
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Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at the brilliant start made at stud by No Nay Naver
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 21 February 2020
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Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at Ten Sovereigns who will stand alongside No Nay Never in 2020
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 31 January 2020
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Leo Powell looks at the pedigree of recent Grade 2 winner Nay Lady Nay whose half-sister sold for 160,000gns this week
By Leo Powell on 06 December 2019
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Ryan McElligott looks at some of the headline makers and stories behind some of the expensive foals
By Ryan McElligott on 22 November 2019
Coolmore Stud has published its stallion fees for the 2020 breeding season
By Mark Costello on 08 November 2019
Coolmore publishes fees for all its 2020 flat stallions, including new recruits Magna Grecia, Calyx and Ten Sovereigns
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 November 2019
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Leo Powell reports on the record-price paid for a colt in Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, and the enduring demand for stock by No Nay Never
By Leo Powell on 18 October 2019
Barton Stud sold the colt who topped day three of the Tattersalls Book 2 sale. No Nay Never-sired colt and filly made 325,000 and 270,000 respectively, and there was a 270,000 guineas Frankel filly
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 October 2019
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The half-sister to a recent juvenile stakes winner was the subject of a protracted bidding battle between English agent Matt Coleman and trainer Willie McCreery
By Ryan McElligott on 04 October 2019
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When the sale came to a close, the aggregate had dropped by 10% to just under €9.5m. This was the first time since 2015 that the September Sale’s turnover has fallen below €10m
By Ryan McElligott on 27 September 2019
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Pierre Lapin represents the first crop of Cappella Sansevero, a Compas Stallions horse standing at Bridge House Stud. No Nay Never had a runaway Group 3 winner at Newmarket
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 26 September 2019
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Michael Kinane secured Tuesday's top lot and also Wednesday's €165,000 session-topper for Hong Kong Jockey Club. €90,000 Exceed And Excel filly cost vendor Joanna Morgan just 30,000gns as a foal
By Ryan McElligott on 25 September 2019
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Leo Powell reports that four of the top five lots at the Arqana v.2 Yearling Sale were fillies, led by a daughter of Shalaa
By Leo Powell on 23 August 2019
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Leo Powell writes that Amethyst's 15th and last foal has finally delivered a stakes win
By Leo Powell on 26 July 2019
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Cassie Tully looks at the performances of first- and second-season sires at the mid-way point of the season
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 July 2019
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Three of Frankel's eight Group 1 winners have achieved the feat in 2019; big double for No Nay Never
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 18 July 2019
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Leo Powell reports on the 2019 renewal of the Arqana Breeze Up Sale, which saw a son of American Pharoah top trade at €1.1 million
By Leo Powell on 17 May 2019
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