18th SW for No Nay Never
Media Release - Tuesday October 8
A full sister to this year's brilliant Group II winning juvenile Arizona, US based filly Nay Lady Nay claimed her first Black Type success when powering home to win the $77,500 Parx Fall Oaks on Monday and is the 18th stakes-winner from the first two crops of Coolmore shuttler No Nay Never (USA).

No Nay NeverTrained by Chad Brown, Nay Lady Nay had a win and a second from her first three starts and was taking on Black Type for the first time in this one mile turf assignment and emerged triumphant.

Dropped back to last early in the race, Nay Lady Nay hit the line hard to win running away by two and a half lengths and has now won over $90,000 in prizemoney.

A $210,000 OBS March 2YO Sale purchase last year, Nay Lady Nay runs for First Row Partners and Hidden Brook Farm and is the second winner and second stakes-winner for Lady Ederle, a daughter of Group I winner Bright Generation and half-sister to the dam of Group I winner and sire Dabirsim.

Nay Lady Nay is the 18th stakes-winner from the first two crops of No Nay Never giving him 11% stakes-winners to runners.

The Group I winning son of Scat Daddy has his first Australian runners this season and is standing at Coolmore Australia this spring at a fee of $44,000.
Australian race goers will see a taste of No Nay Never on Everest day with his high class Group I winning son Ten Sovereigns(IRE) set to contest the $14million sprint for Coolmore.
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