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Last week Eminent, a general 7-1, spent the night at Epsom - he had previously never been away from Newmarket - to get accustomed to the place before working with zest over a mile of the course the following day.
Only one of Frankels first crop was sold cheaper - hardly surprising when in the first place it costs breeders £125,000 to have their broodmares covered by perhaps the greatest thoroughbred to have graced the turf.
The imposing colt, one of 19 in Saturday's showpiece, was a striking winner on his only start as a two-year-old and won the Craven Stakes in a record time on his return.
This multi-award winning programme delves into the disturbingly dark and distinctly bizarre behaviour of the most peculiar ‘locals’ on this planet.
The League of Gentlemen is written by Jeremy Dyson and CO-written and performed by Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith.
The comedy is set in the village of Royston Vasey - but, in Derbyshire, we know it better as the otherwise sleepy village of Hadfield.