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ALAN KING made a triumphant return home yesterday when Mighty Moss, his first ever runner in his native Scotland, made it three wins from four outings over fences in the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards ILPH Hunters Chase at Ayr. Mighty Moss, the medium of several large wagers including one of an even pounds 15,000, found Last Option a tough nut to crack, but the latter was not helped by a mistake two out and though he rallied gamely, he was two and a half lengths adrift at the line. And King, 33, born at Lanark just 45 miles away from the course, is hoping that the success rubs off on his Spendid who runs in the Scottish National.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 15, 2000
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