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Hi everyone,

The Wrap comes early this weekend to give you the chance to listen to Weekend Winners: Curragh, Newcastle and Newmarket previews by the Final Furlong team. We have a real mix for you this week including putting Mark Johnston's musical taste on trial... sit back and enjoy.

Stay safe and well
The team at Cleeve


Weekend winners on the FF podcast...

Horseracing Punter resources - The Final Furlong

Emmet Kennedy, Rory Delargy and Tom Bull mark your card for the weekend and the team have double-figure priced selections for the Irish Derby, the Northumberland Plate and the supporting races at the Curragh, Newcastle and Newmarket.

 

Rachel Blackmore's first Classic ride...

Rachael Blackmore has her first ride in a Classic on the Flat as she partners outsider King Of The Throne in the Irish Derby at the Curragh tomorrow for trainer Emmet Mullins,.

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York hoping crowds back for Ebor...

York has not given up hope of welcoming spectators back for the track's flagship Ebor festival in August. Chief executive William Derby give us his but admits it will take a significant change in government legislation.

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A great trainer, what about his taste in music?

In my book dodgy to say the least! Lauren Laverne welcomes trainer Mark Johnston to share his favourite track and talk about his journey to becoming one of the most successful trainers this country has ever seen.

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Balding thrilled with Kameko...

2000 Guineas winner Kameko impressed in a gallop at Kempton on Wednesday ahead of his attempt to join an elite list in the Investec Derby next Saturday. No horse has followed up since Camelot in 2012.

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Gone but never forgotten...

Tuesday saw the sad and tragic news that Grand National-winning jockey Liam Treadwell passed away at the much-too young age of 34. He wrote his name in the history books when partnering 100/1 shot Mon Mome to victory at Aintree.

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Can our bookmaking industry ever be trusted?

Finally, an extremely interesting (if I say so myself!) look at how the UK bookmaking industry treats its customers and where it's commercial objectives lie... regardless of what it tells us and the regulators.

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