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Horse Racing: Johnson's on the Run.

COURSING RUN (3.40) can carve a little piece of history by winning the Crudwell Cup for the third successive year.

Henry Daly, who trains the 11-year-old, has targeted him at this race and the gelding is expected to improve plenty on his disappointing reappearance effort at the Midlands course a fortnight ago.

Amateur ridden and without the cheekpieces he wore when successful in this race 12 months ago, Coursing Run put up a mulish display and never looked like justifying favouritism.

With the concentration aid refitted here, and top professional Richard Johnson taking back the reins, the selection is fancied to complete a notable hattrick in the 3m5f handicap.

GARY NUTTING is an award winning national champion tipster and founder of Horsetrader, the betting and exchange trading specialists,
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Mar 11, 2007
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