No sorcery in Voodoo Doll's winning streak.
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AFTER Voodoo Doll unseated his daughter Isabel at Ludlow in May trainer Evan Williams would have been so glad to see the back of the recal ihorse he put him in But thanks to yar support, Voodoo Do given a second chan which he has respo with three wins in a a streak involving nsorcery.
rd oll was nce - to nded row, no have sold him "I wouldn't just h him, I'd have given away," said Williams (right). "I thought he was useless. The boys in the yard thought he was okay and the fast ground has changed him. I was happy to be wrong."
" Voodoo Doll lines up at Market Rasen (3.50) seeking a fourth consecutive success but,i h hi horse risen n the cap the ing ence n, ms is mistic.
with his ho having r 15lb in handic since winni seque began William pessim "I d think a on't k he's got chance, but I'll probably be wrong because he's one of them that keeps surprising me," he said.
"One day at Ludlow he should have won and he did everything he could not to win. If he could have climbed into the stands to avoid being first past the post he would have.
"I lost all faith in him then. I put my daughter on him and he tried to run out with her."
He added: "The reason for this [winning streak] is only the ground, no other reason. It's probably one of the biggest flukes of all time."
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