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losing sometimes provided it doesn't hurt too much. It's a funny thing," he went on, "if I get into a poker game I lose; if I pick a horse it goes down. I came down here to back one in the last race. I came down here just to back that one horse. It's an outsider. I've had a bet in the other five races this afternoon and gone down each time." He laughed. "And now the last race is here and I'm not even going to have a bet on the tip I got."
O'Day said: "You're a nice guy, Jennings. You've still got the love angle." He laughed. "You should worry if the horses don't go for you."
" I got this tip-Gelert-from Travis, one of our Directors," said Jennings gloomily. "It belongs to him. Red with a white cross bar. He said it'll doddle it at twenty to one." He sighed. "I never did like owners' tips."
O'Day said: "So you're not going to back it?"
Jimmy shook his head. "No. I've had it. So long, Day. And for the love of Mike watch your step."
He grinned uncomfortably; went away.
After a while O'Day came out of the refreshment room and stood on the green mound where people congregated to watch the progress of the races.
He looked over at the number board on the other side of the race course. Then he walked slowly through the narrow passage-way by the Tote. He went to the pound booking office and bought four one-pound tickets on Gelert. Then he went back to the refreshment room; bought another cup of coffee; carried it over to the fireplace; stood there, looking straight in front of him with vague eyes.

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