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Mating recommendations for the stallion No Never No More

February 12th, 2019
No Never No More has one of the most interesting profiles of any stallion in Maryland and the entire Mid-Atlantic region, given that he is a three-quarter brother to Group 1-winning 2-year-old No Nay Never, who was last year’s leading freshman sire in Europe and will stand for €100,000 in 2019. Although he himself never raced, No Never No More is a son of Scat Daddy, among the leading sires in the world following his untimely death at the end of 2015, from a strong female family cultivated by Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mabee of Golden Eagle Farm also...

No Never No More to stand first season in Maryland

January 24th, 2019
No Never No More, a 3-year-old son of the highly-successful Scat Daddy from a family of sires, including Europe’s 2018 leading first-crop sire, No Nay Never, will stand his first season at Faith and Brad Leatherman’s Winding Creek Farm in Union Bridge. He is offered free to approved mares, with a $350 booking fee payable in advance. “We are locating No Never No More in Maryland so he will be able to participate in the lucrative Maryland incentive program for state-breds and have access to quality mares,” said Irwin Olian, the 2017 TOBA Breeder of the Year in Louisiana. Olian’s...

No Never No More Enters Stud At Winding Creek Farm In Maryland

December 18th, 2018
No Never No More, a son of Scat Daddy closely related to prominent young sire No Nay Never, will begin his stallion career at Winding Creek Farm in Union Bridge, Md. The 3-year-old colt was unraced, owing to an early battle with Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) that kept him from reaching the track. Bred in Kentucky by Silver Meadow Farms, No Never No More is out of the unplaced Tiznow mare Whosetheclownnow. The dam is a half-sister to Cat’s Eye Witness, who is herself the dam of No Nay Never, a graded or group stakes winner in three countries and also a...

Three-Quarter No Nay Never Brother Stands In Maryland

December 6th, 2018
For many years, unraced sons of prominent stallions have filled the stallion ranks of regional markets alongside runners who topped out under grade 1-winning status. Throughout North America over the past few decades, you could count on finding, depending on the era, untested sons of Mr. Prospector, Storm Cat, and A.P. Indy servicing mares outside of Kentucky.