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The first foal for No Never No More, the only son of Scat Daddy standing in the region, was born the morning of March 12 at Winding Creek Farm in Union Bridge for breeder Designated Hitters Racing LLC. The dark bay colt is out of the Munnings mare Sister Pat, who also has a 2-year-old bay colt by Goldencents.

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A 5-year-old son of Triple Crown sire Scat Daddy from a family of sires, No Never No More is out of Whosetheclownnow (by Tiznow), a half-sister to the dam of No Nay Never (by Scat Daddy), thus making him three-quarter in blood to one of the top young sires in Europe and South America. Bred in the U.S., No Nay Never was France’s champion 2-year-old after winning the Prix Morny-G1, won the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes in his only start in England, and was a graded stakes winner and second in the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint-G1 and Swale Stakes-G2 in the U.S.

No Never No More’s second dam, graded stakes-placed Comical Cat, is also the dam of Ack Ack Handicap-G3 winner and sire Cat’s Career and stakes winner and sire Al’s River Cat. Others found in the family are English champion miler and sire Half a Year, millionaire and sire Event of the Year, and Del Mar Futurity winners Tamarando and Winning Pact.

Entering stud last year, No Never No More stands at Winding Creek Farm for an advertised fee of $2,000.

 

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