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on April 7, No Nay Never worked 4F at Keeneland on Fast All Weather Track in :49.00 b finishing 28/46.
he's not wprked since the Swale. Dont like that. Thought he'd be going to Newmarket, but no
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  • travel_vic · OFten horses do not signify a preference in which to handily pigeon hole their entire career ahead. Look at Lure and Cigar for instance. · 114 days ago
  • Sullivan · Talk about Ward all over the place... ships 2 in for the same race at Seedy Palace?? · 114 days ago
He's a good dirt horse, however, I think he's an excellent turf horse. He should stay on turf for now
Y kenne.? Bluegrass Stakes? Turf?
  • EP Taylor · I hope Turf and only turf. but who knows. · 128 days ago
  • Sullivan · Wants to keep him sound for another run at Ascot I would imagine, the G3 Transylvania going 8.5 on turf looks good, maybe run him right back in the G3 Lexington · 128 days ago
This monster has been ponying(Stacy Pate) at Keeneland and seems to really Thrive here. Grazing on the world famous bluegrass thats coming up isnt hurting either. This guy along with Judy the Beauty are in Heaven and look for them to stay at keeneland until they run.
He looks incredible in the post parade
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  • myjumper21 · Good point, but perhaps as he matures he'll be able to hold off horses a little better? Maybe it's too soon to speak but I don't see him going a mile, at least not yet. I like the australia idea, I could see him doing well over there. · 145 days ago
  • buzzcat859 · austrailia? why? He has to be next to "Her Majesty the Queen" LOL · 145 days ago
wasn't too bad for his first dirt try
Never@Havana both owned by Magnier,Smith,Tabor I cant see them running together in the Swale. These Bigshot owners wont allow it better to split them up until later
I look for Havana to go off favorite because for 1-pletcher trains him 2- no nay never doesnt show any speed figures(beyers). For anyone that wants to know he got a 104 beyer in his last race in France as a 2 yr. old WOW
Did anyone see him schooling today?! He looked absolutely AMAZING!
According to the front page of this morning's AtTheRaces.com web-site, No Nay Never will run in G3 Swale Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, gearing the colt up for a return to Royal-Ascot for the royal meeting to run in this year's renewal of the G1 St James's Palace Stakes, the premier G1 race for 3YO at the royal meeting at a mile on turf.
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  • Mike in SB · One race on the first of March then wait until June for Royal Ascot? I admit I don't understand the "race as few times as possible" trend in modern racing, but as EP Taylor said why not run in the Classic 2000 Guineas? · 149 days ago
  • Northport · The only possible reason I can think of is that they rather have a Ballydoyle horse win the Guineas, but that's a bit of a stretch - and Coolmore has never been one to under-enter a race · 149 days ago
my local news station is bashing horse racing and attacking fans of the sport :( I need help lol I'm getting crucified by these drones.
on February 23, No Nay Never worked 5F at Gulfstream Park on Fast Dirt in 1:00.02 b finishing 8/24.
worked yesterday- 2/15- in 58 and change. this guy obviously on GO. i wonder what jockeys gonna ride him with flores being gone. if i was an agent id be foaming at the mouth to get this mount. johnny velasquez broke his maiden so he probably will get the mount if pletcher isnt in his race back. this horse is a serious graded stake horse go getem Wesley
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  • buzzcat859 · hey paul tabor and the gang(owners) wont run havana@never against each other will they? would u? · 159 days ago
  • EP Taylor · He would lay the wood to Havana, and I really like Havana. Also I think Rosario will ride him again. · 159 days ago
well they are running him on dirt for his first start of the year, havana vs no nay never in the swale. My eyes stupid choice. He has the potential to be the first usa trained horse to win the 2000 a turf prep would be better
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  • EP Taylor · Wesley Ward wants to run in the Swale to show his versatility on multiple surfaces. To make him a better stallion prospect. They want to skip the Guineas and go straight to the St.James Palace stakes off of one Dirt prep race... · 163 days ago
  • EP Taylor · http://www.sportinglife.com/racing/news/article/465/9138148/no-nay-never-to-return-in-march · 163 days ago
on February 9, No Nay Never worked 5F at Gulfstream Park on Fast Dirt in 1:00.21 b finishing 5/30.
tops the works this morning with a 4f move in 46.71 over Gulfstream (1/100). Wow!!
Words from Wesley Ward- "We'd look to run at Keeneland first, when they open up the gates at the end of March or beginning of April, and I wouldn't rule out the Guineas. A straight mile at Newmarket in early May would be beautiful, but we'd get a run into him first to see where we're at. We are already excited about coming back."
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  • buckpasser · EP. No problem. Hope you get to Lexington. It is a wonderful experience. I was there in the '60's and then went this past fall. Thoroughly enjoyed myself, but my family watched me like a hawk when we were in the sales pavilion. I was not allowed into the bidding area. I think everyone was afraid I would give them the good news bad news deal. As good news, we might have a Derby winner, the bad news I don't think he'll fit in the back seat. · 178 days ago
  • Sullivan · Could not help but laugh at that one! · 178 days ago
No Nay Never will have his prep run for the St James's Palace Stakes @AscotInsider in the Swale Stakes @GulfstreamPark on March 1.
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  • buzzcat859 · owners · 178 days ago
  • paul.nathan.946 · Trainer Wesley Ward admits the race does come slightly earlier than he would have ideally wanted, but the Grade Three contest on dirt gives the leading juvenile the opportunity to prove his versatility. The Prix Morny and Norfolk Stakes winner has Royal Ascot as his major aim again this season, rather than the 2000 Guineas, and Ward could not be happier with the way his stable star is progressing. "Everything has just been going fantastic with him," said Ward. "He's been extremely well. I gave him an early breeze in Kentucky in December before I brought him to Miami and he just floated over the ground. "When he got to Miami I galloped him with a decent colt, who would have been much fitter, and he absolutely destroyed him. Alex Solis was on him and he was pulling his arms out the whole way. "After the gallop he was coming along too quickly so I just had to back off him a bit, I didn't want him peaking just yet. "I think he's going to start off in the Swale Stakes on March 1 over seven furlongs at Gulfstream. "It's an historical race, it tends to attract the better three-year-olds, and if he can win on dirt as well as turf well then he becomes a very attractive stallion prospect. It would be a real feather in his cap. "The race comes earlier than I'd like, but after it I'd have two months to prepare him before he goes to Ascot. Based on how quick he has come to hand I think it should be fine. "Hopefully we'll have a nice summer and he'll be a fresh colt and we will at least have one run into him. After Ascot we'll need to sit down and discuss the rest of his season. · 178 days ago
u have to read french to watch his last race EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS
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  • EP Taylor · Turfy- Is he the one that calls the Guineas at Newmarket for RUK until last year?....his call for Frankel's 2000 Guineas was excellent. · 182 days ago
  • EP Taylor · TV- His trademark....."As they MOVE in front of us for the first time!" :) · 182 days ago

No Nay Never - Race Results & Past Performances

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View DetailsView Video03/01/14No Nay Never2ndGP97 fDSwale-G3 3 MSpotNo Nay NeverBrothersofthetime1:22.44
View DetailsView Video08/18/13No Nay Never1stDea36 fTPrix Morny-G1 2 MNo Nay NeverVordaRizeena1:09.82
View DetailsView Video06/20/13No Nay Never1stAsc15 fTNorfolk Stakes-G2 2 MNo Nay NeverCoach HouseWind Fire0:58.80
View Details04/26/13No Nay Never1stKee24 1/2 fSMSW 2 MNo Nay NeverSolitary RangerManaus0:51.48