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Fame And Glory Ready for Gold Cup

Fame And Glory will face eight rivals when he bids to follow up last year's victory in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot on Thursday.

The Aidan O'Brien-trained six-year-old stormed to success last year under Jamie Spencer and the pair will face up against Godolphin pair Colour Vision and Opinion Poll, who was second to Fame And Glory last season, as well as the John Oxx-trained Saddler's Rock.

Fame And Glory made a winning seasonal reappearance at Navan last month and Jim Hay, part-owner, said: "The folk at Ballydoyle say Fame And Glory is even better this year than he was last year so that is probably reflected in his odds now.
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