Aidan O'Brien is a world renowned Irish horse racing trainer.
Over the past 25years he has been the private trainer at Ballydoyle Stables in County Tipperary for John Magnier and his Coolmore Stud associates.
In 1998 he became Irelands youngest ever Champion Trainer, a title which he has not relinquished since then. In 2001 he became the youngest ever Champion British Trainer, and the first overseas holder of the title since. He has enjoyed spectacular success and identified himself as one of the world’s leading trainers, with his exploits garnering him five trainers’ titles.
In 2017, O’Brien’s horses achieved a world record 28 Group 1 wins, beating the previous record of 26 achieved by the late Bobby Frankel in 2003.
Horses trained under him have amassed over 425 Group 1 wins internationally, most notably Galileo, who has long-been the most influential stallion in the world. His outstanding offspring include the mighty Frankel.
Under his tuition, jockeys, trainers and future champions learn their craft, with his son, Joseph O’ Brien, benefitting from his immense stewardship, winning the Emirates Melbourne Cup on two occasions, something O’Brien himself has not yet achieved.
O’ Brien continues to be a pioneer and push the boundaries of what’s achievable in Horse racing through the use of the most up to date science and technology.
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World renowned Irish horse racing trainer. Horses trained under him have amassed over 425 Group 1 wins internationally, most notably Galileo, who has long-been the most influential stallion in the world. His outstanding offspring include the mighty Frankel.