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By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 31 Mar 12 19:44
I don't think they want us on here TF.Give it out,can't take it,sadly.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 31 Mar 12 20:59
Exactly like their cricket team,eerily similar.
By:
Thebas
When: 01 Apr 12 01:19
i thought you guys said he was in this up to his eyeballs

i thought you guys said the race was weak by comparison of what he has contested before


the question MUST be asked ... and it must be answered honestly

Q.   What has aiden done to this horse ?    Wink


aob clearly not a patch on bart as a horse man or trainer

supposedly a champion trainer ...  methinks not

where have you gone wrong with this horse aiden ?
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 02:16
Pulled the thread highlighting his group race winners.Says it all.
By:
Thebas
When: 01 Apr 12 02:19
put it up again max ...

or better still start the new season winners here ...

put up all aiden's winners from last night in dubai first ... and then let's go from there
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 02:21
It should never have been pulled.You blokes let yourself down badly yesterday.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 02:23
He had a first second and third.If you are not interested,fair enough,but i only did it because of the morons saying he was a poor trainer.He is the best.FACT.How did Snowden get on,2 stuffed out of sight.
By:
whoopi
When: 01 Apr 12 02:26
Isn't it 2.30 in the morning over there....bedtime for Maxy
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 02:28
It nearly is yes,been a long day.
By:
Lets Elope
When: 01 Apr 12 05:43
I've been involved in racing for a long time and I've never seen a top horse mor emishanhandled from the moment aiden O'brien got it than So You Think, the hose is a turf horse doesnt need pacemakers  and so what have they have done consistently used pacemakers and and running it first up on surfaces it's never seen not mention dragging the poort thing to ameirca to run again a surface its never raced on after being dragged from country to country and been torn up consistently by riders who should arrested for impersonating a jockey.
weight of numbers of the getting the worlds best horses handed to him on platter area big part of Obrien's success law of averages say you have to win through sheer wieght of numbers, he no genius by any stretch of t the imagination and trains them all exactly the same, the top french trainers play him on a break.
By:
Joel
When: 01 Apr 12 05:44
that should read horse, not hose. Damn typos.
By:
Thebas
When: 01 Apr 12 05:46
good ... the pommie / irish boys would hate you calling aiden a .. hoser
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:11
Consistently used pacemakers,in how many of his races?AOB is the best trainer in the world and to prove it i put up a thread to run through the season.Guess what?It was pulled.Didn't want to be proved wrong.Pathetic.Stick to Snowden boys.Grin
By:
p_r_e_m_i_e_r__f_a_n_t_a_s_y
When: 01 Apr 12 13:19
Aiden O Brien is one of the best trainers in the world you bunch of clowns. The simple fact is that So You Think was overrated, i myself overrated him as i thought he was better than he has proved to be. He is a genuine group 1 performer but is not the superstar some of us thought.
By:
THERE....IS....NO....SPOOOOON
When: 01 Apr 12 13:37
yaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwn
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:40
Don't worry spoony,the subject of SYT is now ended.Overhyped,overrated and over here.BC is next.
By:
Lets Elope
When: 01 Apr 12 13:42
Seriously no one is remotely interested in the opinion of brain dead morons such as yourself, fact he has taken a horse at the peak of his powers and utterly destroyed him.

Not once undr Obrien's care has he even looked physically the same horse and through treating him just the same as every other horse in the stable he has trained all the speed out of him and changed his body shape.

Under Bart ****s training he was the most impressive physical specimen you've ever seen and has never looked like that under your genius's care. 

Every time he has come to australia he has had his arse kicked, has consistenly got the tactics wrong in the Melbourne Cup and the French have come here twice and gone home with the money on both occasions in the Melbourne and in the process have made him look like a second rater.

Purely a numbers man, gets handed on a platter the world best horses by one of the biggest breeding conglomerates in the world and the law of averages say he has to win good races, how many don't you even see at the races mate.

You and your clown friends have zero idea now toddle back to the pommmie forum and go annoy someone else with your complete and utter brainless drivel.
By:
Lets Elope
When: 01 Apr 12 13:44
Hey idiot betfair censors rewrite your censoring program, Bart Cummmings is the trainers name.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:47
You know nothing about AOB and his training methods.Just check the results.Whoops,not allowed on this backward forum of 10 dribbling aussies.WhoopsWhoopsWhoopsWhoopsLeave you to it,will die off without outside input.Don't like outsiders do ya.Devil
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:49
The French made him look like a second rater,and you call us braindead.Check out all of their races he has taken.Clown.
By:
Lets Elope
When: 01 Apr 12 13:51
we welcome intelligent informed comment unfortunately you and yours cohorts have offered none and have consistently displayed that you're a complete and utter farkwit.
By:
THERE....IS....NO....SPOOOOON
When: 01 Apr 12 13:51
yaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwn
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:53
France
Poule d'Essai des Poulains – (3) – Landseer (2002), Aussie Rules (2006), Astronomer Royal (2007)
Poule d'Essai des Pouliches – (1) – Rose Gypsy (2001)
Critérium International – (3) – Mount Nelson (2006), Jan Vermeer (2009), Roderic O'Connor (2010)
Critérium de Saint-Cloud – (3) – Ballingarry (2001), Alberto Giacometti (2002), Fame and Glory (2008), Recital (2010)
Grand Prix de Paris – (1) – Scorpion (2005)
Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe – (1) – Dylan Thomas (2007)
Prix Ganay – (2) – Dylan Thomas (2007), Duke of Marmalade (2008)
Prix Jean-Luc Lagardère – (7) – Second Empire (1997), Ciro (1999), Rock of Gibraltar (2001), Hold That Tiger (2002), Oratorio (2004), Horatio Nelson (2005), Holy Roman Emperor (2006)
Prix Lupin – (1) – Ciro (2000)
Prix Marcel Boussac – (2) – Rumplestiltskin (2005), Misty for Me (2010)
Prix Maurice de Gheest – (1) – King Charlemagne (2001)
Prix Morny – (3) – Orpen (1998), Fasliyev (1999), Johannesburg (2001)
Prix du Moulin de Longchamp – (1) – Rock of Gibraltar (2002)
Prix Royal-Oak – (1) – Yeats (2008)
Prix de la Salamandre – (1) – Giant's Causeway (1999)
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:53
Suck it up.Grin
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 13:55
There endeth the lesson,off to bet on some real racing now.SEE YA.GrinWink
By:
p_r_e_m_i_e_r__f_a_n_t_a_s_y
When: 01 Apr 12 14:00
'The Worlds Best Horse' get a grip FFS. I too thought he was a superstar but i was wrong, he is a very very good racehorse but that's it. Delude yourselves if you want but it has nothing to do with Aiden O Brien whos is a brilliant trainer.
By:
Lets Elope
When: 01 Apr 12 14:01
Aiden O'Brien a big duck egg in Australia the french 2 zip from as many attempts. The most competitive racing in the world and he can't get warm. End of story.

Australian trainers are lining up now to get his cast offs because they realise that by training them individually rather than just a one size fits all they can be improved upon.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 14:01
LaughLaugh
By:
p_r_e_m_i_e_r__f_a_n_t_a_s_y
When: 01 Apr 12 14:03
So Aiden O Brien hasn't trained the winner of a sh|t 2m handicap so he's no good. As the saying goes 'Aussies are as thick as pigsh|t'.
By:
THERE....IS....NO....SPOOOOON
When: 01 Apr 12 14:03
yaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwn
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 14:05
Well said PF.Be careful on here though,you might get banned for telling it how it is .I was.
By:
educeee
When: 01 Apr 12 14:09
oh look! another un-original thread by some bored halfwit on the other side of the world

who cares, nexxxxxt.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 01 Apr 12 14:11
You know it's serious when eddie turns up.Glentoby was talking about you on the horse racing forum last night.
By:
educeee
When: 01 Apr 12 14:13

Apr 1, 2012 -- 2:11PM, Maxim-Reality wrote:


You know it's serious when eddie turns up.Glentoby was talking about you on the horse racing forum last night.


don't read it, don't care

By:
Thebas
When: 02 Apr 12 03:19
seriously max .. you have to ask yourself this question .. at least once

... aiden keeps entering the horse in these races ... that he gets beat in

if aiden knows the horse is not the quality ... that YOU say he is not ...

then WHY would aiden pull the WRONG string time and time again .. with the horses preparation .. with the track surfaces he runs him on

are YOU are saying YOU know more about the horse than aiden lol ????

if you are ... then you are in agreement with us that .... that aiden hasn't a CLUE how to PLACE his horses correctly

(tho we suspect he probably cant train an individual horse correctly ... he has this production line mentality ... and that is how he treats the horses ... keep bringing him baby ferraris ... trains them all the same .. some win some lose ... if they lose blame the horse LOL)
By:
geokel
When: 02 Apr 12 04:26
Clear and simple Bart is a better trainer of that horse than Aiden is.  Aiden may be better with other horses.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 02 Apr 12 14:36
He placed these well,and add in the 1st and 3rd in the group 2 and unlucky 2nd in the group 1 on saturday.
Irish 1,000 Guineas – (5) – Classic Park (1997), Imagine (2001), Yesterday (2003), Halfway to Heaven (2008), Misty for Me (2011)
Irish 2,000 Guineas – (7) – Desert King (1997), Saffron Walden (1999), Black Minnaloushe (2001), Rock of Gibraltar (2002), Henrythenavigator (2008), Mastercraftsman (2009), Roderic O'Connor (2011)
Irish Champion Stakes – (7) – Giant's Causeway (2000), High Chaparral (2003), Oratorio (2005), Dylan Thomas (2006, 2007), Cape Blanco (2010), So You Think (2011)
Irish Derby – (9) – Desert King (1997), Galileo (2001), High Chaparral (2002), Dylan Thomas (2006), Soldier of Fortune (2007), Frozen Fire (2008), Fame and Glory (2009), Cape Blanco (2010), Treasure Beach (2011)
Irish Oaks – (3) – Alexandrova (2006), Peeping Fawn (2007), Moonstone (2008)
Irish St. Leger – (2) – Yeats (2007), Septimus (2008)
Matron Stakes – (1) – Lillie Langtry (2010)
Moyglare Stud Stakes – (6) – Sequoyah (2000), Quarter Moon (2001), Necklace (2003), Rumplestiltskin (2005), Misty for Me (2010), Maybe (2011)
National Stakes – (8) – Desert King (1996), King of Kings (1997), Beckett (2000), Hawk Wing (2001), One Cool Cat (2003), George Washington (2005), Mastercraftsman (2008), Power (2011)
Phoenix Stakes – (11) – Lavery (1998), Fasliyev (1999), Minardi (2000), Johannesburg (2001), Spartacus (2002), One Cool Cat (2003), George Washington (2005), Holy Roman Emperor (2006), Mastercraftsman (2008), Alfred Nobel (2009), Zoffany (2010)
Pretty Polly Stakes – (2) – Peeping Fawn (2007), Misty For Me (2011)
Tattersalls Gold Cup – (5) – Black Sam Bellamy (2003), Powerscourt (2004), Duke of Marmalade (2008), Fame and Glory (2010), So You Think (2011)
Canada
Canadian International – (2) – Ballingarry (2002), Joshua Tree (2010)
France
Poule d'Essai des Poulains – (3) – Landseer (2002), Aussie Rules (2006), Astronomer Royal (2007)
Poule d'Essai des Pouliches – (1) – Rose Gypsy (2001)
Critérium International – (3) – Mount Nelson (2006), Jan Vermeer (2009), Roderic O'Connor (2010)
Critérium de Saint-Cloud – (3) – Ballingarry (2001), Alberto Giacometti (2002), Fame and Glory (2008), Recital (2010)
Grand Prix de Paris – (1) – Scorpion (2005)
Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe – (1) – Dylan Thomas (2007)
Prix Ganay – (2) – Dylan Thomas (2007), Duke of Marmalade (2008)
Prix Jean-Luc Lagardère – (7) – Second Empire (1997), Ciro (1999), Rock of Gibraltar (2001), Hold That Tiger (2002), Oratorio (2004), Horatio Nelson (2005), Holy Roman Emperor (2006)
Prix Lupin – (1) – Ciro (2000)
Prix Marcel Boussac – (2) – Rumplestiltskin (2005), Misty for Me (2010)
Prix Maurice de Gheest – (1) – King Charlemagne (2001)
Prix Morny – (3) – Orpen (1998), Fasliyev (1999), Johannesburg (2001)
Prix du Moulin de Longchamp – (1) – Rock of Gibraltar (2002)
Prix Royal-Oak – (1) – Yeats (2008)
Prix de la Salamandre – (1) – Giant's Causeway (1999)
Great Britain
1,000 Guineas – (1) – Virginia Waters (2005)
2,000 Guineas – (5) – King of Kings (1998), Rock of Gibraltar (2002), Footstepsinthesand (2005), George Washington (2006), Henrythenavigator (2008)
Ascot Gold Cup – (5) – Yeats (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009), Fame and Glory (2011)
Champion Hurdle – (3) – Istabraq (1998, 1999, 2000)
Coronation Cup – (5) – Yeats (2005), Scorpion (2007), Soldier of Fortune (2008), Fame and Glory (2010), St Nicholas Abbey (2011)
Coronation Stakes – (2) – Sophisticat (2002), Lillie Langtry (2010)
Derby Stakes – (2) – Galileo (2001), High Chaparral (2002)
Dewhurst Stakes – (2) – Rock of Gibraltar (2001), Beethoven (2009)
Eclipse Stakes – (5) – Giant's Causeway (2000), Hawk Wing (2002), Oratorio (2005), Mount Nelson (2008), So You Think (2011)
Fillies' Mile – (2) – Sunspangled (1998), Listen (2007)
Golden Jubilee Stakes – (1) – Starspangledbanner (2010)
International Stakes – (3) – Giant's Causeway (2000), Duke of Marmalade (2008), Rip Van Winkle (2010)
July Cup – (3) – Stravinsky (1999), Mozart (2001), Starspangledbanner (2010)
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes – (3) – Galileo (2001), Dylan Thomas (2007), Duke of Marmalade (2008)
Lockinge Stakes – (1) – Hawk Wing (2003)
Middle Park Stakes – (4) – Minardi (2000), Johannesburg (2001), Ad Valorem (2004), Crusade (2011)
Nassau Stakes – (2) – Peeping Fawn (2007), Halfway to Heaven (2008)
Nunthorpe Stakes – (2) – Stravinsky (1999), Mozart (2001)
Oaks – (3) – Shahtoush (1998), Imagine (2001), Alexandrova (2006)
Prince of Wales's Stakes – (1) – Duke of Marmalade (2008)
Queen Anne Stakes – (2) – Ad Valorem (2006), Haradasun (2008)
Queen Elizabeth II Stakes – (2) – George Washington (2006), Rip Van Winkle (2009)
Racing Post Trophy – (6) – Saratoga Springs (1997), Aristotle (1999), High Chaparral (2001), Brian Boru (2002), St Nicholas Abbey (2009), Camelot (2011)
St. James's Palace Stakes – (6) – Giant's Causeway (2000), Black Minnaloushe (2001), Rock of Gibraltar (2002), Excellent Art (2007), Henrythenavigator (2008), Mastercraftsman (2009)
St. Leger – (3) – Milan (2001), Brian Boru (2003), Scorpion (2005)
Sun Chariot Stakes – (1) – Halfway to Heaven (2008)
Sussex Stakes – (4) – Giant's Causeway (2000), Rock of Gibraltar (2002), Henrythenavigator (2008), Rip Van Winkle (2009)
Yorkshire Oaks – (2) – Alexandrova (2006), Peeping Fawn (2007)
Italy
Gran Criterium – (2) – Sholokhov (2001), Spartacus (2002)
Gran Premio del Jockey Club – (1) – Black Sam Bellamy (2002)
United States
Arlington Million – (2) – Powerscourt (2005), Cape Blanco (2011)
Breeders' Cup Juvenile – (1) – Johannesburg (2001)
Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf – (1) – Wrote (2011)
Breeders' Cup Marathon – (1) – Man of Iron (2009)
Breeders' Cup Turf – (3) – High Chaparral (2002, 2003 DH), St Nicholas Abbey (2011)
Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational Stakes - (1) - Cape Blanco (2011)
Man o' War Stakes – (1) – Cape Blanco (2011)
Secretariat Stakes – (2) – Ciro (2000), Treasure Beach (2011)
Shadwell Turf Mile Stakes – (2) – Landseer (2002), Aussie Rules (2006)
Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Stakes - (1) - Together (2011)
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 02 Apr 12 14:37
I need to update my list,but it would get pulled.
By:
Maxim-Reality
When: 02 Apr 12 14:42
As ever, So You Think travelled strongly early on, but found little for pressure. He seems to labour once he comes off the bridle, so a return to a mile and a half might help his cause.

On the back of his fourth successive defeat for O'Brien, it's hard not to now wonder about what exactly So You Think was beating as he established his reputation as a colossal racing machine in the southern hemisphere.

Ironically, when he waltzed home against inferior opposition in the Tattersalls Gold Cup last year, his notoriously outspoken former handler Bart ****s couldn't get on the airwaves quick enough to denounce the standard of racing in these parts as not being "worth two bob" compared to Australia.

Time has shown the very opposite to be true, which might explain why we haven't heard a peep from Bart in the intervening period.LaughLaughLaugh
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