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Salisbury: Hannon halts horror of 50 straight losers.

Byline: Bruce Jackson

RICHARD HANNON halted his march towards 50 consecutive losers in the last 10 days when Indian Giver, his 49th runner, swooped late to win the seven-furlong fillies' maiden under stable apprentice Pat Dobbs.

Dobbs is rapidly closing in on his score of 18 last year and Hannon is pleased the 23-year-old has got his weight under control with a steady stream of rides this summer.

Dobbs added: "I can do 8st 2lb easily now and things are going well. I rode a couple of winners over hurdles last winter but don't think I will be doing that again."
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jun 28, 2001
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