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WILLIAM BUTLER barely broke sweat as he landed a quick-fire four-timer at Uttoxeter.

The eight-year-old has been transformed by the switch to Evan Williams and has now won four times in just 10 days, with young Donal Fahy doing the steering on each occasion.

Sent off at 8-11 to continue his fine run in the Weatherbys Bloodstock Insurance Handicap Chase Butler eased home by 24 lengths from Najca De Thaix.

Connections have him entered in two races at Southwell on Friday and in two at Market Rasen on Saturday, with the richly-endowed toteswinger Summer Plate dangling a seemingly juicy carrot.

The horse would shoulder an additional penalty in the weekend feature if given the go-ahead.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 17, 2008
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