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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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Leo Powell looks at the trade on the opening day of the 2018 Tattersalls December Foal Sale
By Leo Powell on 30 November 2018
A first-crop son of Adaay also caught the eye during a session where the aggregate, mean, median and clearance rate were all down on 2017's corresponding results
By Irish Field Contributor on 28 November 2018
The Tattersalls December Foal Sale came to a close in Newmarket with record average and median figures
By Irish Field Contributor on 01 December 2018
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Ryan McElligott picks out a few notable lots from some new and well established sires
By Ryan McElligott on 23 November 2018
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The top-priced No Nay Never colt beat the best on last year's corresponding day, but the aggregate, mean, median, and clearance rate were all down on 2017
By Ryan McElligott on 20 November 2018
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Leo Powell has a look at the first-season sires who have sired double-digit numbers of winners in 2018
By Leo Powell on 16 November 2018
After a sensational run of success by his first crop, the Scat Daddy horse is already one of Ireland's most sought-after stallions
By Mark Costello on 09 November 2018
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Leo Powell sees Book 2 of the 2018 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale come to a successful conclusion
By Leo Powell on 19 October 2018
The son of leading freshman sire No Nay Never is out of a full-sister to a Group 1 winning sprinter and he topped the final day of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 October 2018
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There was plenty of other blacktype action recently aside from that at ParisLongchamp where descendants of Urban Sea filled the first eight places in the Arc, and nine of the first 10
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 11 October 2018
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The recent Group 1 victory for Ten Sovereigns further enhances the reputation of his sire No Nay Never, writes Leo Powell
By Leo Powell on 05 October 2018
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Glenvale Stud supplied the top lot and also pulled off a major pinhooking triumph, receiving €750,000 for a filly they'd bought last year for just €52,000
By Ryan McElligott on 02 October 2018
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Leo Powell reports on the second edition of the Tattersalls Ascot Yearling Sale, where No Nay Never's yearlings stood out
By Leo Powell on 14 September 2018
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The No Nay Never colt Ten Sovereigns now heads for the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes; Sea The Moon also got a first-crop pattern winner last weekend
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 05 September 2018
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Coolmore Stud's No Nay Never got his first stakes winner on a day when his late sire had a double at the same venue; trebles for Sea The Stars and Kodiac; and other news
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 23 May 2018
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