Incanton

In`can´ton


v. t.1.To unite to, or form into, a canton or separate community.
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My one doubt about him today is the trip; he didn't get home over three miles in the Kim Muir last season and has a further furlong and a half to go here, but incanton on good ground is an easier track than Cheltenham in March, so I hope he'll stay.
He should have been 25-1 the way he's been running and I almost choked on my cornflakes when I saw he was favourite in the Post Philip Hobbs with a tongue-in-cheek reaction to the victory of Rift Valley at W incanton - as the gambled-on favourite