You Write the Caption - 30/12/11
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Friday 30 December 2011
Paul Nicholls: "You've just won for the fifth time, so why the long face?"
Congratulations to LukeU for the winning caption, above.
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Just for your information, here's the real caption: Paul Nicholls looks at championship race winner Kauto Star as he is paraded around his home village of Ditcheat on December 27, 2011 near Shepton Mallet, England. Paul Nicholls trained the 11-year-old horse who won his fifth victory in the King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day, beating Desert Orchid's feat of winning the midwinter race highlight four times. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
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