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

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    Louise12
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    I nearly posted the same about David Elsworth last night (was going to say Derby), and also agree on John Oxx and Peter Winks. I’d like to see Enda Bolger with a Gold Cup horse.

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    Coggy
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    Brian Smart on the flat or Micky Hammond in NH.

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    mrwjonesmrwjones
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    Chris Gordon and Dai Burchell.Could Imagine Dai winning the Champion Hurdle and following up 3 days later with the same beast in the Gold Cup.

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    thewexfordman
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    In Ireland, John Ryan. He has a few decent ones Foildubh, Kylecrue, Kilcarry Bridge but all in the 130-140 bracket. He’s not afraid of running horses regularly so if he had a really top top class horse at least we would get to see it often

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    adminadmin
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    Hasn’t Bryan Smart already got one Coggy!

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    Coggy
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    Point taken, but I really rate Smart , and another one can’t do him any harm

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    adminadmin
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    Yes indeed -agreed Coggy

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    Bobby BluebellBobby Bluebell
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    Michael Wigham – does very well with what he has

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    seabird
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    Sorry, Bobby but I can’t stop laughing.

    Colin

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    Ant
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    Your wish is the Tin Man’s command, Himself :)

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    yeatsyeats
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    Yes Ant, its good to see Fanshawe bounce back with a good horse. I forget the names of the beasts but it’s been quite a drought since the skeleton man won the Diamond Jubilee and the Champions Day Sprints some time ago.

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    pilgarlic
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    I enjoyed Alan Berry’s brief foray into the better parade rings with Look Busy. Be nice to see something similar again

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    moehat
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    John Mackie’s good’ish horse was Wigtown Bay. Just came into my head as I was packing for me holidays….

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