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Hereford: Puntal victory seals McCoy double.

Byline: Will O'Hanlon

TONY MCCOY was in double form as he landed the selling hurdle on Running Times and the novice hurdle on Puntal, both trained by Martin Pipe.

Running Times beat some decent rivals in the seller, and there was a spirited auction after the race, with connections eventually bowing out at 7,750gns, the successful bid coming from Swindon trainer John Manners.

Of the also-rans, Oulton Broad was claimed by David Watson to be sent to Richard Ford, and Thats All Folks by the the Cartmel Syndicate to be sent to Martin Todhunter, both for pounds 5,000.
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:May 15, 2002
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