Y Nada Mas led nearly all the way in Sunday’s Clasico Nacional Ricardo Lyon (G1) in her native Chile to register the first Group 1 victory of the 3-year-old’s career.
The daughter of Constitution is one of three southern hemisphere Group 1 winners this year for her sire. He leads all Third-Crop sires with a remarkable 15 graded/group stakes horses this year.
Y Nada Mas, a Haras Don Alberto homebred, took the lead soon after the break and was never headed from there on, winning the 2,000-meter race by nearly three lengths in an excellent 1:59.04 on the firm turf.
Y Nada Mas comes from a very deep female family that includes two Chilean Horse of the Year winners.
Constitution’s recent state-side winners in Warrant, winner of last weekend’s $400,000 Oklahoma Derby (G3), and Major General, a convincing winner of the $300,000 Iroquois S. (G3) Sept. 18 at Churchill Downs.