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Give Ginger his due With Aintree looming and Brough Scott's excellent feature on the McCains as a reminder, the perennial question is posed again: just what has Ginger McCain done to warrant omission from the honours list, which is frequently generous to horseracing personalities? Robin Gray Oscar to head market Only one horse I can see starting favourite for the Grand National, Oscar Time. Stout stayer, nice weight and the Sam factor will kick-in on Saturday morning. Take the 14-1 now!

Alex Dunigan Internecine strife Folkestone and Windsor are both owned by Arena Leisure and staged the only Flat racing yesterday in direct competition with each other. Why? Even Arena's Kate Hills said about the lack of Folkestone runners: "The clash with Windsor doesn't help."

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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Apr 5, 2011
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