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HENRYTHENAVIGATOR
02 Dec 14 13:30
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suppose u have the likes of Charles byrnes ,tony martin and Gordon Elliott any 1 else maybe denis Hogan .any 1 else got a few on this

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By:
culdesac
When: 02 Dec 14 13:31
Good starter list
Add
Robert Tyner perhaps?
Arthur Moore in his day was to be feared.
John Kiely still a genius!
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 13:33
Philip Rothwell and Shark Hanlon are 2 shocking omissions from the list...
By:
HENRYTHENAVIGATOR
When: 02 Dec 14 13:38
snap can u name a few of the sharks gambles ,I cant remember too many of the top of my head .and as for phil we will say no more
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 13:41
Aaah don't be like that Henry! Both them know the time of day...
By:
kavvie
When: 02 Dec 14 13:49
shroodies
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 13:53
Diff gravy, when the benjamin's are down...
By:
tony57
When: 02 Dec 14 14:04
snap can I take it that you are saying..the shark is..a shrewdie when it comes to a punt?
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 14:05
Both Shark and Philip tony...

I thought you followed racing...!?
By:
tony57
When: 02 Dec 14 14:09
the shark is ajoke imho snap..nice guy but a trainer?..sorry not while he has a hole in his jacksee..
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 14:12
Aaaah tony I thought you were clued up!
By:
tony57
When: 02 Dec 14 14:13
lolLaugh
By:
Bigwillystyle
When: 02 Dec 14 14:26
Rothwell is a genius at getting them well handicapped.  Then better handicapped again but thwey still never win for him.  Have said before but he has a few decent horses who would in off 30 pounds higher marks with decent trainer.  Cross to Boston being one.  Scouse Tony go buy that horse for yourself and give it to sharkLaugh
By:
tony57
When: 02 Dec 14 14:29
going to see one this week bigwilly, trainer sourced it..glad the shark won't get his hands on it...
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 14:31
If its in Ireland tony, be sure to get a loan of wonks chopper for the trip
By:
Bigwillystyle
When: 02 Dec 14 14:35
Forget any trainer who 'sourced'it.  Waste of time.  Go source it yourself.  Unraced or raced?
By:
pa lapsy
When: 02 Dec 14 14:36
You could end up with a hippo if you took Snap along Tony.
Tyner certainly, Micheal Hourigans often carry a quiet few bob as well imo.
By:
Arklearkle
When: 02 Dec 14 14:43
In racing in both Ireland AND the UK "the best one to pull off a coup" unfortunately means who is the most devious and dishonest and gets away with it. Rotten really and they all wonder why racing follower numbers are dwindling.
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 14:43
Yea love a nice hippo so I do...
By:
tony57
When: 02 Dec 14 14:50
with respect bigwilly, the trainer knows his onions,..it was 2nd in a French bumper, only 1 run, but they want to much doe, we,ll see..theres no hurry, theres 4 of us..
By:
Bigwillystyle
When: 02 Dec 14 15:11
Who is trainer and Sire?  and what money we talking?
By:
tony57
When: 02 Dec 14 15:16
don't want to get into that sorry bigwilly,..there 3 others and they don't want any of us saying anything till deal is done.
By:
kavvie
When: 02 Dec 14 15:40
id say robert tyner..carrigmorna was well punted last weekend.a listed hurdle seems an unlikely gambling medium.7/2 into 6/4  unreal amounts of cash bets around the country.he seldom leaves it behind him..
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 02 Dec 14 15:42
They left plenty behind on dushrembrandt over there...
By:
gemini01
When: 02 Dec 14 16:23
only one winner in this category, the gold medal goes to Charles Byrnes, the rest are lying in his wake
By:
CheltenhamRoar
When: 02 Dec 14 17:06
Christy Roche a shocking omission
By:
baNjackst
When: 08 Dec 14 21:49
without doubt C Byrnes and a shrewd operator like her father would be Tracey Collins.
By:
snorlax
When: 09 Dec 14 19:32
Eddie Harty,Colm Murphy
By:
snap crackle and pop
When: 09 Dec 14 20:12
Colm Murphy! Lol!
By:
newapproach
When: 09 Dec 14 21:17
Two men who don't have half the firepower they used have but are still worthy of mention are Edward O Grady and Pat Hughes.

O Grady landed plenty of gambles when the money was down, often in the green and gold silks and it's a pity he is so low on both numbers and quality now. Has a brilliant record at Cheltenham also.

Hughes is a more controversial inclusion all that is going on at the moment but there is no doubting his ability to land a touch on any given day. His Galway hurdle win with Farmer Brown holds particularly fond memories for me but I stress i am not condoning his recent behaviour by including him in this discussion.
By:
callitasucit
When: 09 Dec 14 21:21
Time For A Run at Chelt will live long in the memory.
By:
snorlax
When: 09 Dec 14 22:21
Snap crackle and pop you've a short memory. Glam Gerry was a massive punt in the Martinstown Opportunity over xmas  a few years back. Then between december and january in 2012/2013 they backed Shariyan off the board in 2 different races and he hacked up in both.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 14 Dec 14 10:30
Gordon Lord Byron fared best of the duo in fourth, even though Wayne Lordan was hard at work a long way from home in Sha Tin's Group One over six furlongs.
Sole Power was given a typically patient ride from Richard Hughes, but he failed to pick up as trainer Eddie Lynam might have expected and was well beaten in ninth place.

Tom Hogan was proud of Gordon Lord Byron, who was finishing fourth at the big Hong Kong meeting in December for a third consecutive season.
The County Tipperary handler said: "He ran a great race, but the winning jockey did brilliantly as it was a pretty quick time.
"We were very happy with him. Every time he produces his run and never lets us down.
"No European has ever won this race so it shows you it difficult it is.
"We'll take him home for his Christmas dinner and then work out what we do with him next."

MUST BE AN EXTRA ORDINARY TRAINER
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 20 Dec 14 16:19
or Engerland ??? Henry
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