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vi (esp US) → noch (ein)mal von vorn anfangen
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Other interesting contenders are Jonjo O'Neill's Spookydooky, who was second to Seventh Sky at Haydock in the Tommy Whittle Chase before Christmas, and is a 7-1 chance; Nick Williams' Grade One-winning hurdler Reve De Sivola, who would be making his first start over fences since December 2011; and course winner and Tommy Whittle Chase third Cloudy Two, from the Sue Smith stable who won the Peter Marsh with the Last Fling in 2000.
The Grade One-winning hurdler won on her first start overs fences at Exeter in mid-December and failed to follow up when long odds-on in Grade Two company at Thurles.