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No Class (horse)

No Class
Sire Nodouble
Dam Classy Quillo
Grandsire Noholme
Damsire Outing Class
Gender Mare
Foaled 1974
Country Canada
Color Bay
Breeder Jack Hood Farms
Owner Sam-Son Farms
Trainer Glenn Magnusson
Record 29: 3-5-9
Earnings Can$37,543
No Class is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Classy Quillo by Nodouble. She was born around 1974 in Canada, and was bred by Jack Hood Farms.
Sovereign Award for Outstanding Broodmare (1985)
Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame (1997)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

No Class (March 30, 1974 - 1993) was a Canadian Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred by Jack Hood of Stratford, Ontario, her dam was Classy Quillo whose damsire was Princequillo. Her sire, Nodouble was an outstanding runner who was voted American Co-Champion Older Male Horse honors in 1969 and 1970 and was the Leading sire in North America in 1981. No Class was purchased by Sam-Son Farms for $25,000 at the 1975 Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society yearling sale.

While No Class had limited success on the track, her 1997 induction in the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame was in recognition of her contribution to racing as a broodmare. A winner of the 1985 Sovereign Award for Outstanding Broodmare, she was the dam of eight foals of which seven raced. All seven were race winners, four were Canadian Champions of which two were Hall of Fame inductees.

No Class's eight foals were:

  • Classic Cannonade (b. 1980) - sire Cannonade : stakes winner

No Class died at age nineteen in 1993.



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