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Googling a runner Sugar And Spice 3.50 Newbury An American teen comedy film, Sugar & Spice was released in 2001 and starred Marla Sokoloff, Marley Shelton and James Marsden. Diane Weston (played by Shelton) and her partner Jack Bartlett (Marsden) have problems paying the rent so Weston and her five cheerleader squadmates plan to perform a number of robberies, with the squad performing a number of stunts in front of the security cameras. The film received negative reviews and failed to justify its heavy budget at the box office.

Easy as 1-2-3 1 Which year was Big Buck's last beaten over hurdles? 123 2 Who was the last horse to record back-to-back successes in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle? 3 How many times did Paul Nicholls win the Hennessy Gold Cup as a jockey? Answers on page 60 On this day ... November 24, 1991 Golden Pheasant won the Japan Cup, with Gary Stevens riding him to a length-and-ahalf victory over Arc runner-up Magic Night. The winner was trained by Charlie Whittingham and co-owned by Wayne Gretzky, the greatest ever ice-hockey player. The three British raiders - Rock Hopper, Drum Taps and Terimon - all finished out of the first six.

Snurge, the 1990 St Leger winner, landed the Premio UNIRE in Rome, the world's richest Group 3 race, for champion trainer Paul Cole.

All mixed up Rearrange the following words to reveal the name of a jockey who won both the Champion Hurdle and Cheltenham Gold Cup Nominal Morals Win (6,10) Answer on page 60 Compiled by John Randall, James Hill and Steve Dennis
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Nov 24, 2011
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