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Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 21:59 pm

So You Think ?In Light Work? At Ballydoyle
Australia?s multiple Gr1-winning 4YO entire So You Think (High Chaparral-Triassic, by Tights) ?is settling into work under the care of Coolmore?s Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien, after arriving at Ballydoyle earlier this month for a European campaign? reported racingpost.com. Part-owner & wealthy Malaysian businessman Dato Tan Chin Nam?s Australian-based bloodstock & racing manager Duncan Ramage commented: ?He is in light work & by all reports Aidan is very happy with him.? Referring to So You Think?s European arrival during the middle of winter, Ramage added: ?While he was in Australia he raced mainly out of Melbourne & he spelled in the (NSW) Southern Highlands. He hasn't suffered extreme weather conditions throughout his life, so there is the potential for him to have less problems than other horses might have trying to acclimatise.? In early betting on 2011?s major European flat season races, So You Think ?occupies a lofty position in the markets on the UK Gr1 Coral-Eclipse Stakes, UK Gr1 King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes & French Gr1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe?.

...anyone have access to current odds in these markets???????
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