Simon Cowell's dream racehorse career

Simon Cowell would have loved to breed racehorses if he hadn't become a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent' or 'The X Factor' USA

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Simon Cowell at the launch of BGT's seventh series

Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell would breed racehorses if he wasn't a talent show judge.

The music mogul - who, along with Ant and Dec, co-owns racehorse, It's A Yes From Me, who was named in reference to his catchphrase on 'Britain's Got Talent' - has revealed he would love to own several equines if he wasn't involved in the entertainment business.

Speaking on this Saturday night's (18.05.13) 'Britain's Got More Talent', host Stephen Mulhern asks Simon: "If you weren't in entertainment what would you be doing do you think?"

'BGT' judge David Walliams interrupts and jokes: "He's not in entertainment; he just sits there telling people they can't sing. Anyone could do that!"

Simon eventually replies: "I would breed racehorses, I would do it full time."

Stephen also had a chat with Simon and David's fellow 'BGT' judge Amanda Holden, who hit out at a number of things that annoy her while she is going about her day.

When asked what makes her angry, she replied: "People who can walk but use travelators at airports as a lift, they are not for people to stand on and not walk. Lorry Drivers who don't turn their indicators off, that makes me really angry.

"I can't stand half-fat spreads. Children who scream whose mothers then just whack them. People who ring your telephone, I'm ex-directory but I get people from call centres ringing me up for double glazing."

'Britain's Got More Talent' is on Saturday at 8.45pm on ITV2.

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