Aidan O'Brien

Aidan O'Brien

Although regarded probably as the greatest of all current trainers, Aidan O’Brien has only enjoyed limited Epsom Derby success with three wins, coming in 2001 with Galileo ridden by Mick Kinane and in 2002 with High Chaparral ridden by Johnny Murtagh. He followed up that pair of wins with Camelot in 2012, ridden by his son Joseph and he's likely to have a couple of the leading fancies for the 2013 renewal.

Despite the modest record, the O’Brien stable are always a force to be reckoned with, in 2009 for instance, while not winning the race, they saddled the second, third, fourth and fifth in the race.

Get the latest odds for the 2016 Epsom Derby.

O’Brien has met with unparalleled success since taking over as the master at Ballydoyle from his namesake, Vincent O’Brien, he has won Group one races all over the world including the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and has met with particular success in the Irish Derby which he has won seven times, including the last four years.

Large
Desktop
Tab
MiniTab
Phone
Offers
Golf Player
Free Bets
paddypower