Double shuffle


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a low, noisy dance.

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Single shuffle, double shuffle, cut and cross-cut; snapping his fingers, rolling his eyes, turning in his knees, presenting the backs of his legs in front, spinning about on his toes and heels like nothing but the man's fingers on the tambourine; dancing with two left legs, two right legs, two wooden legs, two wire legs, two spring legs - all sorts of legs and no legs - what is this to him?
30pm so get set to make a few quid off your friends even if you don't know your Double Shuffle from your Tea for Two.
Double Shuffle bids to surprise again Double Shuffle surprised many when finishing second in the King George, just one length behind Might Bite, in a strong-travelling performance that saw him beat a host of top chasers, including Thistlecrack, Whisper and Bristol De Mai.
30 so get set to make a few quid off your friends - even if you don't know your Double Shuffle from your Tea for Two.
Tom George has entered Singlefarmpayment rather than King George runner-up Double Shuffle.
He's very similar to Double Shuffle in that as a young horse you had to drop him out and teach him to settle but now he does settle I think we can be more positive on him.
The brilliant but sometimes wayward chaser was on his best behaviour in the Kempton showpiece as jumped and travelled with elan to hold off the late charge of 50-1 shot Double Shuffle.
Might Bite had to stave off several challenges in the straight but never looked like being caught as the favourite held Double Shuffle (50-1) by a length, with Tea For Two (20-1) another two lengths away in third.
Close to the pace throughout, Might Bite (6-4 favourite) hit the front rounding the home turn before digging deep after the last to hold off the challenge of Double Shuffle by a length, with Tea For Two a further two lengths adrift in third.
Tom George runs Double Shuffle, Tea For Two is back again for Nick Williams while Traffic Fluide represents Gary Moore.
He actually reappeared over hurdles at Aintree, a run which put him nicely right for the Christy 1965 Chase at Ascot, where he impressed in pretty much everything he did in slamming Double Shuffle by eight lengths.
He actually reappeared over hurdles at Aintree, a run which put him nicely right for the Christy 1965 Chase, where he impressed in pretty much everything he did in slamming Double Shuffle by eight lengths.