Aidan O'Brien is now most successful trainer in British Classics’ history

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Aidan O'Brien gained his forty first British Vintage with the victory of Tuesday within the Cazoo Oaks. Credit score: Breandán Ó hUallacháin.

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Aidan O’Brien changed into probably the most a success teacher of all-time within the 5 British Vintage races – the 1000 Guineas, 2000 Guineas, Oaks, Derby and St Leger – with the victory of Tuesday within the Cazoo Oaks at Epsom this afternoon.

The daughter of Galileo out of Lilly Langtry moved the Ballydoyle teacher to 41 British Vintage successes, one forward of the document he up to now shared John Scott, who saddled 40 Vintage winners between 1827 and 1863.

O’Brien’s 41 Vintage victories, then again, had been completed over only a 23 12 months length, along with his first British Vintage win coming with King Of Kings luck within the 1998 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

The County Wexford-born handler’s first Epsom Vintage got here by the use of Shahtoush within the 1998 Oaks, whilst next tremendous sire, the past due Galileo, supplied the primary of his document 8 Derby victories in 2001.

AIDAN O’BRIEN’S 41 BRITISH CLASSIC WINNERS

1000 Guineas – (7 wins) – Virginia Waters (2005), Homecoming Queen (2012), Minding (2016), Iciness (2017), Hermosa (2019), Love (2020), Mom Earth (2021)

2000 Guineas – (10 wins) – King of Kings (1998), Rock of Gibraltar (2002), Footstepsinthesand (2005), George Washington (2006), Henrythenavigator (2008), Camelot (2012), Gleneagles (2015), Churchill (2017), Saxon Warrior (2018), Magna Grecia (2019)

Cazoo Oaks – (10 wins) – Shahtoush (1998), Believe (2001), Alexandrova (2006), Used to be (2012), Qualify (2015), Minding (2016), Endlessly In combination (2018), Love (2020), Snowstorm (2021), Tuesday (2022)

Cazoo Derby – (8) – Galileo (2001), Prime Chaparral (2002), Camelot (2012), Ruler of the International (2013), Australia (2014), Wings of Eagles (2017), Anthony Van Dyck (2019), Serpentine (2020)

St Leger – (6) – Milan (2001), Brian Boru (2003), Scorpion (2005), Main Gentle (2013), Capri (2017), Kew Gardens (2018).

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