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Koukash thrilled with Kaka´s draw in Saturday’s Lincoln

MARWAN KOUKASH has high hopes of adding to his big handicap haul with a second Lincoln after the owner woke up on Thursday to what he described as “a dream draw” for his two runners Gabrial’s Kaka and Gabrial.

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Koukash thrilled with Kaka´s draw in Lincoln

MARWAN KOUKASH has high hopes of adding to his big handicap haul with a second Lincoln after the owner woke up on Thursday to what he described as “a dream draw” for his two runners Gabrial’s Kaka and Gabrial.

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Gambling Commission says 666bet can pay clients

A RESOLUTION to the ongoing saga of 666bet appeared no nearer on Thursday, despite confirmation from the Gambling Commission the company or its licence holder are able to pay out any outstanding money to registered customers.

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Teaforthree Ffos Las workout scrapped after heavy rain

TEAFORTHREE, aiming to make it third-time lucky in the Crabbie’s Grand National next month, could head straight to Aintree after plans to exercise him after racing at Ffos Las on Thursday were scuppered by the testing ground.

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Curtis keen on Townend for Tea

Rebecca Curtis hopes to secure the services of Paul Townend for her Crabbie’s Grand National contender Teaforthree.

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It’s a family affair for the Bradstocks as Flintham wins

MARK BRADSTOCK’S rich run of form continued when Flintham followed up the victories by his siblings Coneygree and Carruthers, with an easy win at Ffos Las.

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Elliott in the Zone at Cork

Outsider of three Thunder Zone turned over hot favourite Sadler’s Risk in the CIT Rag Week Hurdle at Cork.

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Flintham upholds family honour

Flintham continued a magical month for the Mark Bradstock stable when returning to winning ways in the Centerplate Banquet Catering Handicap Hurdle at Ffos Las.

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Rain hits Doncaster before start of Lincoln meeting

THE going at Doncaster, which hosts the Betway Lincoln on the opening day of the Flat season on Saturday, changed to good to soft, good in places (from good) after rain on Thursday, but a return to quicker ground could materialise.

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Newmarket moves to avoid split

Newmarket has announced changes to the course layout for the QIPCO Guineas Festival, with the stalls for the first two Classics of the season set to be on the stands’ rail rather than the centre of the track.

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