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"If there was only one main rival to him from Ballydoyle then that could be different, but the public look like they are going to be divided between their support for Rip Van Winkle or Fame And Glory." Coral have little doubt that John Oxx's colt will head the market, Simon Clare, spokesman for the Barking firm, said: "I think Sea The Stars will go off favourite.
"If we get rain then it would be feasible that anyone of Rip Van Winkle, Sea The Stars or Fame And Glory could go off favourite and it wouldn't be a surprise if they went off 3-1 co-favourites."
He said: "I am on standby so I just hope my bleeper doesn't go off while I'm away.
He added they told the Government, "We don't want you to default on these payments, it is your decision but a bomb will go off, it will go off in Dublin and not in Frankfurt".
David Williams of Ladbrokes said: "Earlier in the week it was a possibility, but we would be astonished if Cloudy Lane was to go off as short as Red Rum.
ALLOWING mobile phones to go off in court will be treated as contempt of court by a judge at his Warwick Crown Court hearings.
ETA set the bombs to go off during the Constitution Day bank holiday.
A YOUNG mum is calling for action over smoke alarms which go off for no apparent reason in the block of flats where she lives with her baby daughter.
A police official said authorities had received an anonymous warning that three bombs would go off at the police station in Kalithea.
FIA boss Max Mosley said: "It is inconceivable in normal circumstances that a driver would go off under double yellows.
EDINBURGH'S famous One O'Clock Gun failed to go off for only the sixth time in nearly 50 years.
The Northern Ireland soccer legend is on a waiting list for the operation and has a buzzer which will go off when doctors find an organ.