Ryan Moore hailed the hard working attitude of Joseph and Donnacha O’Brien after the siblings joined to claim Saturday’s Irish Derby with Latrobe.
Moore was on board favourite Saxon Warrior in the Curragh Classic, Aidan O’Brien.
Be that as it may, Saxon Warrior could complete just third as Latrobe recorded an acclaimed triumph, with Aidan O’Brien- runners taking the second, third, fourth and fifth spots.
The ultra-aggressive Moore is never happy losing however conceded he didn’t resent the O’Brien siblings having their moment in the spotlight.
“They’re both a credit to their family, they work very hard and they’ve both made a lot of sacrifice over the years riding,” Moore told At The Races.
“They’re two great lads and I’m honestly delighted for them.”
Albeit in a tight spot in the headliner, the impressive blend of O’Brien senior and Moore delighted in nine winners over the three-day meeting.
Thinking about the Derby accomplishment of his children, the Ballydoyle handler stated:
“It was unbelievable day. We don’t have much time for celebrations. We go home and get the tea and get the work done for the next day.”
– Uncle Sam