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Twice Over drawn 11 for World Cup bid

TWICE OVER has drifted slightly to a best-priced 11-2 with Coral for the Dubai World Cup, having been drawn in stall 11 of 14 in the $10million contest.

The Henry Cecil-trained five-year-old was the last horse to come out of the draw on Wednesday evening. Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to Twice Over's owner Khalid Abdullah said: “At least I can’t be blamed for picking the wrong draw - it’s a little widebut we can’t do anything about it.”
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