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Irish trainers will form a team taking part in a new event which will take place across six Thursdays next summer
By Mark Costello on 20 November 2020
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Donnacha O'Brien talks to Ronan Groome about his immediate success as a trainer and how his day-to-life has improved out of the saddle
By Ronan Groome on 02 October 2020
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Fancy Blue won the Group 1 Nassau Stakes at Goodwood to give trainer Donnacha O'Brien a Group 1 winner with his first British runner
By on 31 July 2020
It was an Irish one-two in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood with Donnacha O'Brien's Fancy Blue taking the top spot
By Irish Field Contributor on 31 July 2020
Deirdre, last year's winner, is among Fancy Blue's rivals for the 10-furlong Group 1 on Thursday
By Irish Field Contributor on 28 July 2020
The father and son entered the Curragh Racecourse through the wrong gate on Irish 2000 Guineas day
By Mark Costello on 18 July 2020
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Southern Cape and Shale were on the mark for the trainer. Gavin Ryan rode a double and there was also a 100/1 shock on the card
By Ryan McElligott on 10 July 2020
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Anything Dad can do, so can son Donnacha, as the youngest O'Brien trainer won his first classic with Fancy Blue
By James Crispe on 10 July 2020
The dual champion jockey is in his first season with a training licence and has won the Group 1 Prix de Diane (French Oaks) with Fancy Blue, a daughter of Deep Impact
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 July 2020
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Donnacha O'Brien enjoyed his first winner of the flat turf season as Great House took an older horses' maiden under Gavin Ryan
By Ryan McElligott on 03 July 2020
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Donnacha O’Brien had his first winner as a trainer when Flower Garland came home clear by six lengths
By Ryan McElligott on 28 February 2020
The classic-winning dual champion jockey got off the mark as a trainer when Flower Garland ran out a six-length winner at Dundalk
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 February 2020
The classic-winning jockey had his first runners as a traner at Dundalk last night
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 January 2020
The four-time classic winning rider is hopeful that both of his runners will give a good account of themselves as he gets his training career underway
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 January 2020
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After a season defining back and forth for the Champion Jockey title with Colin Keane, Donnacha O'Brien is now set to concentrate his efforts on training
By Ryan McElligott on 20 December 2019
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The champion jockey has decided to move on to the next stage of his career in racing
By Mark Costello on 29 November 2019
The 21-year-old champion jockey won classics aboard Saxon Warrior, Forever Together, Latrobe, and Magna Grecia
By Irish Field Contributor on 28 November 2019
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The final big handicap of the flat season went to the Gavin Cromwell yard, and Oisin Orr grabbed a share of the apprentice title with Andrew Slattery thanks to a final day double
By Ryan McElligott on 08 November 2019
Donnacha O'Brien rode 111 winners in Ireland in 2019. A Naas double for Oisin Orr forced a dead-heat with Andrew Slattery for the apprentice title. Aidan O'Brien is champion trainer for the 22nd time
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 November 2019
After notching up seven winners in the last two meetings, Donnacha O'Brien is just in front of Colin Keane in the race for the champion jockey title with just over two weeks to go
By Irish Field Contributor on 15 October 2019
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