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    doublethetrouble
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    we all know who win the most races,but who would you trust the most when your money is on the line? your remarks i"m sure will appreciatedby all. (trouble)

    #153263
    Himself
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    Keiren Fallon & Seb Sanders (flat) and Ruby Walsh & Tony McCoy (NH)

    The horse plays a very important role too, lest we forget.

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    #153271
    MDeering
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    Kieran Fallon? Oh you are not serious Himself. You couldn’t be!

    Johnny Murtagh, Garrett Gomez, Stephane Pasquier and William Pike.

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    Kieran Fallon? Oh you are not serious Himself. You couldn’t be!

    I accept that Fallon is not everyone’s cup of tea, but ( leaving all the contentious issues aside ) there has been no stronger or more determined European flat race jockey in the last 20 years, in my opinion.

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    #153276
    dubai_millennium
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    If it’s a top race and therefore little chance of any funny business going on I would want McCoy for NH and any of Fallon/Kinane/Murtagh for flat. If I was an owner I would never allow the following near my horses:
    Richard Hills, RIchard Hughes, Jamie Spencer, Paul Carberry. I’m not saying they are bad jockeys (well the first 2 are!) but rather I would not want to chance their risky riding style.

    #153279
    Fist of Fury 2k8
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    Doug Costello Davy Russell Mick Fitgerald (NH)

    Seb Sanders (flat)

    #153282
    Librettist
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    Ryan Moore and Kerrin McEvoy

    #153286
    llanrumneyboy
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    Richard Hills if the horse is a front runner, and not Richard Hills if the animal needs covering up. Also, Phillip Robinson, especially the way in which he handled the enigmatic but occasionally brilliant Ratzi.

    Without fear of contradiction AP McCoy for NH in my humble opinion

    But overall, probably Fred Archer.

    #153295
    sketti
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    Flat in no particular order
    Ryan Moore(ultra reliable always gives his all)
    Kieron Fallon(best drive sometimes doesnt give his all)
    Kerrin Mcevoy(very similar to Ryan Moore)
    Joe Fanning(best frontrunning pace reader)

    Jumps
    Ruby Walsh(say no more)
    AP Mccoy(same again)
    Sam Thomas(ridiculously similar to Ruby Walsh)
    Tony Dobbin(personal opinion is there is no one better over fences)

    #153304
    kentdougal
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    Hi
    Well I’d have one of those robots they get to ride the camels now the small children are banned

    #153306
    Flash
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    Fallon, Murtagh, Moore on the flat, over jumps Walsh and Robert Thornton. McCoy brilliant as he is never seems to do me any favours.

    #153313
    hyperion547
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    past;
    Flat – Steve Cauthen, best I have seen..
    Jumps – Graham Bradley, ‘98 National ride was sublime and Collier Bay paid for a holiday.

    present;
    turf – Kerrin McEvoy, reminds me of Cauthen.
    Dirt – John Velazquez, Rags To Riches in last years Belmont, a highlight among many.

    Hurdles – Richard Johnson, Just love the way he rides a hurdler.
    Chaser – Seamus Durack, Just love the way he rides a chaser.

    All-time;
    Lester Piggott.

    Regards,
    Jason.

    #153316
    Zamorston
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    Flat – Kieran Fallon

    NH – A P McCoy

    And a special mention to Kirsty Milczarek who’s right up there, and as good and strong as any of the fella’s in a driving finish IMO.

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    GhostofTheFellow
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    R Moore(flat) G Lee (NH)

    #153346
    AngloGerman
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    Flat – Rob Havlin, Andreas Suborics, Andrasch Starke, Olivier Peslier, Stephane Pasquier.

    Jumps – Jamie Moore, Jan Faltejsek, Dirk Fuhrmann, Christophe Pieux, Jacques Ricou.

    Darren – AngloGerman

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