Tuesday December 1, 2020

Business tycoons give horses their final Irish Derby outings

A roll-call of moneyed businesspeople will give the pride of their stables a last outing in the final day of Irish Derby racing at the Curragh today.

29th June, 2014
John Magnier, owner of Coolmore Stud, with jockey Joseph O'Brien. Picture: INPHO

A roll-call of moneyed businesspeople will give the pride of their stables a last outing in the final day of Irish Derby racing at the Curragh today.

Members of the so-called Sandy Lane set', horseracing and gambling millionaires Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith, who are co-owners of the feted horse Australia, have the Aidan O'Brien-trained Gleneagles and Jamaica running in the Barronstown Stud European Breeders Fund Maiden this afternoon, in a syndication with John Magnier's...

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