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Horses for courses

Published on Thursday 9th of March 2017 12:54:11 AM in BBC

Steve Gibson says he has made it clear that people should never approach him for any betting advice."I'm a terrible punter!" he insists.The 36-year-old does, however, often get asked for tips because of the university course he is enrolled on - an MBA (Master of Business ...

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