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Kauto Star showed that he is still a top class chaser on Saturday and has had his odds slashed for the King George (16/1 – 9/2) and the Cheltenham Gold Cup (33/1 – 14/1). Long Run is still favourite for both races and although the heart would like to see Kauto win both, the head says that the market has it right with Long Run.

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Pat Sharp is letting us down a bit, he's coming across as a bit of a middle aged perv, which is not going down well with viewers. (We backed at 18, now trading at 23)

Our lay on Mark Wright is still looking good having layed at 3.05 he is now available to back at 3.3, so if we were at all nervous we could get out, but I'm holding.

Dougie Poynter was backed at 7.6 and is now trading at 5.3

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The only other contestant at the head of the market (besides Douggie and Mark) is Antony Cotton, I'm tempted to lay him as well, he's a drama queen in more ways than one.

Todays Tip

Ffos Las 12.50 High Storm (Result unplaced)





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