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Synonyms for cracksman

a thief who breaks open safes to steal valuable contents

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I'm sure John Gosden and Frankie Dettori would both rate Enable as superior to Cracksman, and his elevated rating is totally unjustified when looking through his career form.
Cracksman has endured a stop-start year since his imperious sevenlength triumph in the Champion Stakes 12 months ago.
"Cracksman had been showing it home and the vibes were pretty strong from the work reports in Newmarket.
Cracksman is 5/6 with BetVictor and he comes here fresher than most.
Rewind to 12 months ago, with the essential cut in the ground, and Cracksman served up probably his best-ever display when he routed the opposition as he came home seven lengths clear of Poet's Word.
Completing the possible quartet of winners will be Cracksman, defending his Champion Stakes crown.
1 KINGMAN Winner of the Irish 2,000 Guineas, St James's Palace Stakes and Sussex Stakes 2 STRADIVARIUS Gutsy stayer who landed the Ascot Gold Cup, Goodwood Cup and PS1million bonus 3 GOLDEN HORN won seven of his nine races, including the Derby and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in 2015 4 ENABLE She's won the Arc twice, King George, and is a quadruple Oaks winner 5 TOO DARN HOT Superb display in the Dewhurst puts him favourite for the 2,000 Guineas AT the risk of looking silly (a chance I'm rarely afraid to take) I think the most vulnerable of Gosden's good things could be Cracksman in the Champion Stakes.
CRACKSMAN can land the QIPCO Champion Stakes (3.50pm) for a second successive season at Ascot this afternoon.
figure By DEJA VU Cracksman and Enable, are amateurs compared to Roaring Lion.
elieves GAMBLING WISDOM "A pack of Rain is needed for Cracksman to have any chance of winning this afternoon's King George at Ascot.
EMINENT can spring a surprise on the second day of Royal Ascot by overturning hot favourite Cracksman in the Prince of Wales's Stakes.
Poet's Voice, who is owned by Dubai businessman Saeed Suhail, no stranger to big race victories having won the Epsom Derby 2003, beat hot favourite and 2017 Horse of the Year, Cracksman, by 2 1/4 lengths.
Summary: Poet's Word won by two and a quarter lengths over the overwhelming favourite Cracksman
The jewel in his crown is Cracksman, the 4-6 hotpot for Wednesday's featured Prince of Wales's Stakes.