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SACREStanding Advisory Council on Religious Education (UK)
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The odds are reversed today and, while the heart says Sprinter Sacre, the head and smart money says Un De Sceaux.
Nicky Henderson's horses are not ending the season in top form and Un De Sceaux was gaining on Sprinter Sacre coming up the Cheltenham hill.
Sacre averaged 11.6 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in the 2011-12 Season.
Los Angeles hopes Sacre can give them some production off the bench, but he isn't expected to be a star in the NBA.
Power back their judgement again and are a best-priced 11-10 about Sprinter Sacre.
They also offer punters their money back (up to a pounds 100 stake) if their selection finishes second to Sprinter Sacre.
Sprinter Sacre was mighty impressive at Newbury but with the horses he was taking on you would expect him to be, they were handicappers - good handicappers but handicappers.
Sprinter Sacre is evens favourite for the Arkle with William Hill, who quote Peddlers Cross at 11-4.
In addition to advising on teaching methods and materials and on the quality of RE teaching in schools, SACREs are also the bodies from which Agreed Syllabus Conferences (ASCs) are formed once every five years.
Now Sprinter Sacre will be fitted with an electrocardiogram before exercising - to reveal whether Henderson (pictured) can press on with preparing him for his title defence in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham in March.
The program's challengingly condensed rehearsal period was most evident in the tightly synchronized ensemble movement of Sacre, but the reconstruction continues to overwhelm with the volcanic force of Stravinsky's frighteningly powerful score and Nijinsky's movement showing tribal passion churning like lava.
This Sacre proves, however, to be fully engaging in its own right, with some masterly choreographic touches in the detailed hand movements, the stationary, vibrating bodies of the groups that surround the Chosen One (with an accordion-pleat effect as they pull away and toward one another), and a final solo--superbly performed here by Agnes Letestu of Paris Opera Ballet--full of dislocated, flung limbs and uneven jumps that seem to be products of internal impulses.