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The one trainer you'd like to see get a really good horse

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    cormack15cormack15
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    Who would it be?

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    Nathan HughesNathan Hughes
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    I’d say it would be nice to see Richard Hughes get a really good horse.
    Trouble is he’d probably come out of retirement to ride it

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    edfiggyrock2edfiggyrock2
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    Chris Dwyer, he has had many many winners from other stables cast offs. A hard working ex jockey,he and his wife really deserve a top class group horse.

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    greektown
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    Stuart Williams.

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    HimselfHimself
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    John Berry and James Fanshawe . Either one or both .

    Two of the nicest men in racing .

    Gambling Only Pays When You're Winning

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    robnorthrobnorth
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    Don Cantillon

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    yeatsyeats
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    John Mackie

    It’s a long while since Sacre D’or

    Himself, Fanshawe will be disappointed that you think he hasn’t had a really good horse although I suppose Cormack’s question doesn’t really exclude anyone who’s had any before, in which case I’ll have Aidan O’Brien ;-)

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    raymo61raymo61
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    If it matters not whether they have a good one before then I would Say LUCA CUMANI. I am biased because he is my favourite trainer and even one of my dogs is called Luca but he always did so wonderfully well with good horses.

    If it has to be someone that hasn’t had a good one yet then I would say Chris wall who does okay with not much ammo!!

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    KevMcKevMc
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    John Oxx.

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    peter .hpeter .h
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    Peter Winks. A really capable and likable trainer who’s done wonders with some of his “castaways”.

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    greektown
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    I don’t think Don’s got a training yard now has he ?

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    Seven TowersSeven Towers
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    Not sure if Don Cantillon has got a yard, he is definitely still sending out runners as one was placed yesterday. He has an excellent win to runs ratio with just a handful of horses most of which are owned by him. Not sure why he can’t get many other owners through the door and retain them.

    Others I’d like to see get a leg up are Kenny Johnson and Zoe Davison

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    stevecautionstevecaution
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    Mark Johnston is long overdue a Diamond in the lorryload of bread. Hell, even butter would be nice for a change.

    Thanks for the good crack. Time for me to move on. Be lucky.

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    moehat
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    What was that other good horse that John Mackie had ages ago; began with a ‘W’ I think…..

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    GingertipsterGingertipster
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    Love to see David Elsworth train an English Classic winner before he retires.

    value is everything
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