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cue card

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A large card held out of the audience's sight, bearing words or dialogue in large letters as an aid for a speaker or actor chiefly in television broadcasting.
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PADDY BRENNAN is adamant Cue Card can have a fairytale finale and put him back in the good books at Cheltenham.
IT WAS wonderful to see Cue Card run so well last weekend and it would be great to see him repeat it at Cheltenham next month, but please spare a thought for old geezer Renard too, who also ran his heart out in the Royal Artillery Gold Cup at Sandown.
CUE CARD will bid to repeat his victory of 2013 in the Ryanair Chase when he makes his Cheltenham Festival swansong next month.
Charlie Hall Chase hero Bristol De Mai is the new 6-4 favourite and others in the line-up include three-times Betfair Chase winner Cue Card, and Outlander, who landed the JNWINE.
Cue Card went close to landing the PS1million bonus for winning jumps racing's Triple Crown last season when falling when well in contention in the Cheltenham Festival feature in March.
WISDOM "That's it lads, Walter Swinburn his retirement saddle on 22 Cue Card trounced Silviniaco Conti by seven lengths last year, although in my defence I did atone for that error by tipping Colin Tizzard's charge to win the King George last year at a juicy 9-2.
WISDOM "That's it lads, Walter Swinburn his retirement saddle on Cue Card trounced Silviniaco Conti by seven lengths last year, although in my defence I did atone for that error by tipping Colin Tizzard's charge to win the King George last year at a juicy 9-2.
CUE CARD can remind everyone of his brilliance by winning the Betfair Chase at Haydock for a third time.
Cue Card won the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham as a four-year-old and turns 11 in a couple of months, but last season was his best ever.
Cue Card won the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham as a fouryear-old and turns 11 in a couple of months, but last season was his best ever.
CUE Card won the William Hill King George VI Chase at the fourth time of asking for Colin Tizzard in a pulsating finish at Kempton.
Sadly for him and his supporters, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and Cue Card was largely found wanting during the last campaign, and with the likes of Vautour, Coneygree and Don Cossack breathing new life into the division, it looked as though Tizzard's ace had had his day.