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Offline Stylish

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« 2012-Oct-12, 07:23 PM Reply #225 »
Illo would struggle to win a race at Dederang!!

Offline arakaan

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« 2012-Oct-12, 07:31 PM Reply #226 »
Just produced his next G1 winner at cranbourne tonight.

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« 2012-Oct-12, 08:52 PM Reply #227 »
So did High Cjaparral

Offline vadim

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« 2013-Dec-04, 07:40 AM Reply #228 »
Any truth to the rumour that the partnership has ended?

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« 2013-Dec-04, 09:00 AM Reply #229 »
I would think there's only one reason the partnership would ever end.

Offline D-G

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« 2013-Dec-04, 09:47 AM Reply #230 »
Looks like we might have a new favourite for the Darley gig?

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« 2013-Dec-04, 09:50 AM Reply #231 »
OK, There's another reason I had not thought of.

Offline Ascot

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« 2013-Dec-04, 10:10 AM Reply #232 »
Last rumour Vadim got right was when the Duke of Windsor fell for Wallace Simpson, and he got that from the Women's Weekly in a barber shop  :o .

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« 2013-Dec-04, 10:23 AM Reply #233 »
From Racenet

Bart and James Cummings to go their separate ways

Clinton Payne - 4/12/2013
Australian racing’s living legend Bart Cummings and his grandson James will end their training partnership at the end of the year.
The Australian reported the two family members took out a training partnership on August 1 but they will sever training ties at the end of December.

Bart Cummings is expected to manage a small team of horses at Hawkesbury near his Princes Farm property at Castlereagh in Sydney’s west while it has not been made public what James intends to do.

Bart Cummings described the upcoming split as "confidential”.

In the short time of the partnership, the training duo tasted Group II and Group III success with stable stalwart Precedence during the Melbourne spring carnival while talented three-year-old Eurozone also claimed black-type wins in the Group II Stan Fox Stakes and Listed Rosebud.

On Wednesday at Canterbury, Bart and James Cummings will saddle up first starter Emerald Fortune in the Big Sports Breakfast Plate (1250m).




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Offline Ascot

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« 2013-Dec-04, 10:24 AM Reply #234 »
Well done Vadim.  That's two.

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« 2013-Dec-04, 11:00 AM Reply #235 »
Young bull.............old bull......................both in the same paddock!  Never works!   :no:

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« 2013-Dec-04, 11:06 AM Reply #236 »
As most are speculating as to why the split surely Bart's health and age must be a factor to allow the grandson to establish himself in his own right. Perhaps as assistant trainer to whomever takes over the Darley operation.

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« 2013-Dec-04, 01:02 PM Reply #237 »
Later story from racenet

Clinton Payne - 4/12/2013
James Cummings says he is working through issues with his grandfather and co-trainer, Australian racing legend Bart Cummings, in an attempt to save the training partnership.

On Tuesday, The Australian revealed that the Bart and James Cummings training partnership is set to end on December 31.

James Cummings said in a statement that he is working through issues with his famous grandfather to seek a resolution and continue their training partnership.

"In response to the story published in today’s The Australian newspaper, I wish to make it clear that this issue is a family matter that can be resolved,” James Cummings said.

"As of now, the Bart and James Cummings training partnership is intact and we have an obligation to maintain our professional service to the loyal clients that support us.

"I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to work with my grandfather and I sincerely trust that we can resolve the issues and continue to work together in the future.”

In the short time of the partnership, the training duo tasted Group II and Group III success with stable stalwart Precedence during the Melbourne spring carnival while talented three-year-old Eurozone also claimed black-type wins in the Group II Stan Fox Stakes and Listed Rosebud.

On Wednesday at Canterbury, Bart and James Cummings will saddle up first starter Emerald Fortune in the Big Sports Breakfast Plate (1250m).

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« 2013-Dec-04, 02:47 PM Reply #238 »
Maybe the old codger has his nose out of joint as the young pup tries to do a few things his own way

Sounds like our house  :lol:

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« 2013-Dec-04, 02:54 PM Reply #239 »
Can't imagine Bart issuing a press release in his heyday to appease certain factions.

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« 2013-Dec-09, 05:35 PM Reply #240 »
Andrew Bensley has just advised that the partnership will be continuing after the differences have been resolved

James will be based at Randwick and will be in regular contact with Bart who will be at Princes Farm.

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« 2013-Dec-10, 06:18 AM Reply #241 »
The only reason I can see any point of this partnership is to give James a leg up & some sort of profile in racing circles. 

 

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« 2013-Dec-10, 07:25 AM Reply #242 »
Yes, just like David Hayes, John Hawkes, John Meagher and several others, soon to include Peter Snowden apparently.
Do you have an issue with it?

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« 2013-Dec-10, 07:28 AM Reply #243 »
No issue, I think it is very nice of them.  :)

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« 2013-Dec-11, 11:02 AM Reply #244 »
It was a bad look so early in the venture,will it last??time will tell.

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« 2013-Dec-11, 11:03 AM Reply #245 »
Will we ever hear what the issues were?

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« 2013-Dec-11, 11:33 AM Reply #246 »
Will we ever hear what the issues were?

I am sure we will read about in 40 years time in James' autobiography. It maybe watered down but it will be interesting. It will also chronicle James' 15 Melbourne Cup wins.

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« 2014-Jan-29, 07:04 PM Reply #247 »
I would think there's only one reason the partnership would ever end.
That's looking more likely, Authorized.
Everyone has an opinion, but only the true insiders have the one that counts.

Where are those opinions (December) now?

Interesting article by James here (unrelated to the private family discussions):

http://bartandjamescummings.com.au/exposition-improving-australasian-staying-bench/

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