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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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COLIN Tizzard believes Cue Card "deserves" to have the William Hill King George VI Chase on his roll of honour.
THE owner of Cue Card has no fears about him tackling the Gold Cup this season as he looked forward to seeing him try to follow up his Betfair Chase victory in the William Hill King George VI Chase.
CUE Card (7-4) is still on course to bid for the Chase Triple Crown and with it the PS1million bonus after a superb second success in the Betfair Chase at Haydock Park yesterday.
CUE CARD ran out an impressive winner of the Betfair Chase at Haydock yesterday to leave him just two races away from a PS1million bonus.
CUE CARD ran out an impressive winner of the Betfair Chase at Haydock to leave him just two races away from a PS1million bonus.
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.
Cue Card is the only real danger, that's on his very best form, but he had a tough race in the Charlie Hall and I don't believe he would beat Silviniaco Conti at his freshest anyway.
The closest market rival to last year's winner is Silviniaco Conti at 7/2 ahead of Cue Card at 8/1.
JOCKEY Joe Tizzard has lost none of his faith in Cue Card, despite snatching defeat from the jaws of victory in the William Hill King George VI Chase.
PAUL Nicholls claimed his first William Hill King George VI Chase of the post-Kauto Star era as Silviniaco Conti hunted down Cue Card in the final stages of Kempton's Boxing Day feature.
Kauto Star, who two years ago closed out his own fifth of what are now eight Nicholls victories, led the field onto the course before 100-30 favourite Cue Card assumed responsibility for the vast majority of the three miles.
SILVINIACO Conti gave trainer Paul Nicholls an eighth triumph in the William Hill King George VI Chase when outstaying Cue Card in the Christmas showpiece at Kempton.