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English novelist and Catholic (1904-1991)

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THE ground at an unseasonably warm and dry Newmarket yesterday remained good to firm, good in places, although clerk of the course Michael Prosser expects conditions for this weekend's Classics to ease if the weather forecast proves correct, writes Graham Green.
THERE could be around pounds 450,000 up for grabs in today's Scoop6 after punters failed to land the bet last weekend despite the gamble on Grand National winner Don't Push It, writes Graham Green.
CATHERINE HAMILTON will be represented by half her string when she sends out her first runner since becoming the latest addition to Britain's training ranks at Taunton today, writes Graham Green.
The bonus, which was not up for grabs, now stands at pounds 58,451, writes Graham Green.
JOCKEY Barry Keniry is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after breaking a leg in a fall from The Shy Man in a handicap chase at Kelso on Saturday, writes Graham Green.
DROUGHT-LIKE conditions in the West Country have forced the abandonment of the two scheduled chases at Wednesday's meeting at Exeter, which will now be an all-hurdle card, writes Graham Green.
TWO stable workers appeared at Bury St Edmunds magistrates court yesterday after being charged in connection with the mass brawl in Newmarket on Tuesday evening, writes Graham Green.