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We shall be betting 1/4 odds 1,2,3,4,5 places on tomorrow's Royal Hunt Cup one of the biggest betting races of the year.

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The unbeaten Forgotten Voice makes his turf debut after three wins on polytrack and it will be fascinating to see if the lightly-raced four-year-old can transfer his AW form.

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Stan James have a number of concessions ahead of the second Major of the golf season the 2009 US Open which begins at Bethpage on Thursday.

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We are offering 1/4 odds 6 places

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One lucky Stan James punter was in clover on Sunday when his 50p each way Lucky 15 returned £31,748.33p including £18,787.76 as a result of our Best Odds Guaranteed and 10% bonus for four winners.

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The customer from Hereford wasn't watching yesterday's racing and was only alerted to the fact that it might be a red-letter day when I rang him to congratulate him on his win.

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Stan James make unbeaten Fame And Glory their 13/8 favourite for the Aidan O'Brien Derby as the company have introduced a market with just the six Ballydoyle trained runners. Sea The Stars remains 11/4 favourite in the outright market.

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A wonderful weekend's racing beginning this afternoon with the Group 1 Coronation Cup and the Fillies' Classic the Investec Oaks with Michael Bell's Musidora winner Sariska the favourite to give the Newmarket handler another British Classic to go with Motivator's brilliant Derby success back in 2005.

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The NBA Finals begin in Los Angeles in the early hours of Friday morning with the Lakers odds on favourites (2/7) against the Orlando Magic (5/2) to go one better than last year when they were beaten by arch-rivals Boston Celtics.

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Stan James are convinced Ricky Ponting's Baggy Greens will fall short in their quest to land the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup which begins at Lords on Friday, and the firm will refund all losing bets on the outright win market, placed prior to Friday's opening fixture, if Australia (currently 5/1) oblige in the Final

Amanda Perrett's six-year-old John Terry goes to post at Goodwood in the 2.50 tomorrow about the same time as the Chelsea skipper will be leading his side out at Wembley for the FA Cup Final and Stan James are offering 50/1 that the horse John Terry will be placed in the 2.50 at Goodwood and that the England captain wins the Man

Susan Boyle is now out to 6/5 with Stan James to win tomorrow night's Final of Britain's Got Talent following the news of her spat with police in a North London Hotel.

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Wembley will be a sea of Blue tomorrow for the FA Cup Final and Stan James have a couple of enhanced doubles with Blue the theme for tomorrow's sport.

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