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Aidan O’Brien in no rush to map out plans for Oaks victor Snowfall

Impressive Cazoo Oaks winner Snowfall has come out of the Classic in good order, according to trainer Aidan O’Brien. The Deep Impact filly has improved dramatically this season following a two-year-old campaign which saw her win just one of her seven starts. She was won each of her two outings...
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Aidan O’Brien lining up strong Epsom challenge

Bolshoi Ballet and High Definition give Aidan O’Brien a formidable hand in his bid for a ninth victory in the Cazoo Derby at Epsom. It is 20 years since the Ballydoyle handler first landed the premier Classic with Galileo, since when he has added to his tally with the likes of High Chaparral (2002), Camelot (2012), Australia (2014) and last year’s surprise winner Serpentine.
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St Mark’s Basilica doesn’t give his rivals a prayer as Aidan O'Brien lands his second Classic of the season in the French 2,000 Guineas at Longchamp

Aidan O'Brien landed his second Classic of the season when St Mark’s Basilica quickened smartly to land the French 2,000 Guineas by a length and three-quarters at Longchamp. But O’Brien missed out on another Classic victory as Mother Earth, winner of the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket, was denied in the French equivalent when beaten a length and a quarter by 38-1 outsider Coeursamba.
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Newmarket: Wembley heads 2,000 Guineas trio for trainer Aidan O'Brien

Times: 2,000 Guineas Saturday, 1,000 Guineas Sunday - both 13:40 BST; Coverage: Commentaries on BBC Radio 5 Live. Wembley heads three runners for Aidan O'Brien as the Irish trainer seeks an 11th victory in the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday. Ryan Moore rides the favourite, with Frankie Dettori on...
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Aidan O'Brien Fined for Fillies' Mile Saddling Error

Following a BHA inquiry into a saddling error that occurred prior to the running of the G1 Fillies' Mile, trainer Aidan O'Brien has been fined £4,000. His two fillies, Mother Earth (Ire) (Zoffany {Ire}) and Snowfall (Jpn) (Deep Impact {Jpn}), apparently ran eighth and third in the event, but O'Brien quickly alerted the British Horseracing Authority that in fact the horses had swapped saddle towels and jockeys. The BHA amended the result with Mother Earth and Snowfall correctly placed third and eighth, respectively. O'Brien was not present at Newmarket the day of the race due to traveling restrictions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Consultant urologist Aidan O'Brien is suspended

A consultant urologist at the centre of a patient recall in the Southern Health Trust has been suspended by the independent body which decides whether doctors are fit to practise medicine. Aidan O'Brien retired from the Southern Health Trust in June. More than 1,000 patients' records were recalled at the...