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although some younger fans preferred to take it lying down (above right) 'A REALLY NICE DAY': Helen Turner with daughter Alice Gough, aged four, and half sister 10-year-old Annie Gough HAVING A FLUTTER: Crowds queue up for a bet with the on-course bookies CHECKING THE FORM: The parade ring proved a favourite with fans of all ages PULLING POWER: Michael Wilson, aged 11, has a bash on the popular bungee run SITTING PRETTY: This youngster gets a bird's eye view of the action PROUD OWNERS: Geraldine Aitken (left) presents the Evening Telegraph Steeplechase Trophy to Cathleen Weaver and Peter Evans, owners of race winner Skram CHAMPAGNE DAY OUT: Evening Telegraph managing director Geraldine Aitken and editor Alan Kirby with Michael Payne who won our 'owner for the day' competition
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McCoy notched his second win when Specialize-who will attempt to follow up at Worcester this evening-comfortably outpointed Skram in the two-and-a-half mile handicap chase.
Consequently, as Rufius made a challenge on the inside, he received a slight knock from Montpelier, saw a gap - and made his way out into the country for an unnecessary second lap, leaving Montpelier to come home 12 lengths clear of Skram.
Stratford handler Robin Dickin's Skram makes strong appeal again when he goes for the Ladbroke Handicap Chase rather than the later novices' chase.
Fabulous Mtoto finished fifth behind winner Skram, beaten 17 1/2 lengths without being able to get in a blow to the leaders.
The locally trained Skram came home victorious in the biggest race of Stratford's summer jumping season, the Stratford Summer Cup, writes Lee Mottershead.
Skram, who romped home on the same Warwick card for nearby handler Robin Dickin, can give a repeat performance in the Main Event Catering Novices' handicap Chase.
Die ooreenkoms skram nie weg van netelige persoonliksheidseienskappe nie, ook nie van die seksuele behoeftes en ervaring van mense nie.
Die roman skram nie weg van die willekeurige aard van beproewing nie; dit is so sinneloos en onvoorspelbaar soos die verwarde taaluitinge van Abraham.
Robin Dickin, praying that the rain clouds do not descend on Market Rasen, is optimistic about his in-form gelding Skram gaining his fourth win in a row, live on Channel 4.