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KING IN WAITING

There's plenty of good National Hunt action upcoming, including meetings at Fairyhouse, Punchestown and Sandown, but with Cheltenham and Aintree behind us it's time for the flat season to kick up a gear.

Kingman's performance in the Greenham whetted the appetite for the 2000 Guineas, where he is now favourite to emulate Frankel and carry Khalid Abdullah's silks to victory in the opening Classic on the Rowley Mile.

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Charline still in Guineas mix

Marco Botti is close to finalising plans for his Classic candidates and could supplement Euro Charline for the Guineas.

Hanlon hopes for Hidden glory

Shark Hanlon is hopeful that Hidden Cyclone can provide him with the biggest success of his career at Punchestown.

Global stars eye Royal Ascot

There are 11 countries represented amongst the entries for the seven Group One contests at this season's Royal Ascot.

Punters go to Tinseltown

Michael Shinners with the latest market movers from the Sky Bet trading room including several at Epsom.

Telescope tops Richards entry

Telescope will face five rivals when he makes his seasonal reappearance in the bet365 Gordon Richards Stakes at Sandown.

Prince in Punchestown frame

Noble Prince could turn out again at next week's Punchestown Festival following his fine effort in defeat at Cork.

Balder to take novice test

Balder Succes is likely to stick to novice company when he lines up at the Punchestown Festival next week.

Sparrow set for Punchestown

John Quinn has confirmed Scottish Champion Hurdle heroine Cockney Sparrow will line up at the Punchestown Festival.

No rush for Annie target

Willie Mullins remains in no rush to decide on the likely Punchestown Festival target of brilliant mare Annie Power.

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