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Camelot Might Take Shot in Arc

AIDAN O'BRIEN has given his strongest hint yet that dual Derby winner Camelot will take his chance in Sunday's Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

The three time-Classic winner is as short as 3-1 for the world's richest turf race after leading fancies Danedream and Nathaniel were ruled out of the Longchamp contest on Tuesday.

O'Brien said that a final decision on his running plans will be made on Wednesday but the Montjeu colt was proving incredibly popular with punters who were looking for an alternative to ante-post favourite Orfevre despite not yet being confirmed as a definite runner.
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