Punters set to bank on one Fatcat
BANKER Rich Ricci will be happy to hear cries of 'fat cat' when he arrives at Cheltenham Racecourse this week.
The Barclays Capital chief executive' horse Fatcatinahat will be taking to the track.
The banker has been in hot water for his choice of name for the horse, which is due to run tomorrow, with some critics suggesting it is 'insensitive'.
Mr Ricci could have as many as 11 runners during race week.
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Fatcatinahat has odds of 10-1for the Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, which starts at 4.40pm.
Another of Mr Ricci's thoroughbreds is unbeaten Pont Alexandre, the hot favourite for Wednesday's Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle.
Fatcatinahat will not be the only runner with a memorable name this week.
Another fan favourite is likely to be I'm Fraam Govan, owned by Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, which will run in tomorrow's Champion Bumper.