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Royal Ascot 2011 market movers - Grand Prix Boss cut for Ascot raid

Grand Prix Boss will be making the trip to Ascot next week. (credit: Erik Hartberg)
There has been strong support for Grand Prix Boss ahead of next week’s St James Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Japanese raider is now 14/1 (from 20/1) with totesport.

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Punters have also been keen on the chances of Cape Blanco in the Queen Anne Stakes and Aidan O’Brien’s colt has been cut to 5/1 (from 7/1) behind the 5/4 joint-favourites Canford Cliffs and Goldikova.
 
“With red-hot favourites in both the Queen Anne and St James Palace Stakes, it’s not surprising that punters have been looking elsewhere for each-way value and the support for both Grand Prix Boss and Cape Blanco suggests that neither should be far away in their respective races,” said totesport spokesman George Primarolo.
 
So You Think heads the market at 1/2 for the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes after a total of 11 horses were left in at the latest declaration stage. Planteur is the 10/3 second-favourite with totesport ahead of Twice Over at 7/1.

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Royal Ascot 2011 market movers - Grand Prix Boss cut for Ascot raid

There has been strong support for Grand Prix Boss ahead of next week’s St James Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Japanese raider is now 14/1 (from 20/1) with totesport.

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