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Friday 23 September 2005
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Friday 18 March 2005
If Sir Rembrandt wins the Gold Cup today, he will cost Ladbrokes a record pay-out. An internet punter from Halifax chanced a £10 Cheltenham ante-post accumulator in January and so far Arcalis (20-1), Hardy Eustace (10-1) and Trabolgan (10-1) have come in. There is now £25,410 rolling on to Sir Rembrandt at 33-1 and the punter stands to win £863,947.
Wednesday 26 January 2005
Statistically at least, there is a chance that either the Gold Cup winner or the runner-up may be among the eight entries made yesterday for Saturday's Grade 2 trial at Cheltenham over all bar a furlong of the big-race course. On the 21 occasions when both contests have taken place, the rehearsal has produced the leading player and the understudy five times each.
Monday 20 December 2004
Amid the relentless tawdry consumerism that now stands for Christmas, the odd nugget of gold can still be found. A packed Queen Elizabeth Hall was warmly appreciative of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. The concert, billed as celebrating Christmas Baroque-style, had, in fact, no dedicated "Christmassy" works. Instead, the director for the evening, the violinist Elizabeth Wallfisch, led the OAE in a German first half featuring the voice, and an Italianate second half featuring instruments only.
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Friday 16 January 2004
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