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Camelot Might Take Shot in Arc

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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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