Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien has had a great deal of success in the race; his first success coming back in 2001 when the great Galileo won in ultra impressive fashion. Galileo’s legacy has since gone on to be far broader than that having sired an incredible four Derby winners since becoming a stallion. He has no less than six sons entered to run in this Saturday’s renewal, all trained again by O’Brien, so it would come as little surprise to see that legacy cemented yet further.
Team KAMEKO are gearing up for a tilt at the Investec Derby – here’s an update on how things are going ahead of the big one next month!📽️ @EpsomRacecourse pic.twitter.com/2dmRJFd9hQ — Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) June 24, 2020
Frankly Darling also has history in her favour as last year’s winner Anapurna and 2017 winner Enable were trained and ridden by her handling team of John Gosden and Frankie Dettori. Will history repeat itself yet again this year? Tune into ITV1 from 1:25 pm this Saturday for what will undoubtedly be an afternoon of unmissable action!
❤️❤️❤️LOVE is all around @NewmarketRace as she lands the QIPCO 1000 Guineas in style!!!pic.twitter.com/nqLdqCDwHB — Champions Series (@ChampionsSeries) June 7, 2020