PUNTERS have been cashing in on a racehorse from Jenny Candlish's Basford Green stables.
Seven-year-old stable star Maoi Chinn Tire has won four of his six starts so far this year.
The Irish-bred gelding's latest victory came in a two-mile flat race at Musselburgh in Scotland on Wednesday.
The horse created one of the biggest shocks in racing history in 2010 when he became Britain's longest-priced winner for 20 years – landing a juvenile hurdle race at Wetherby at odds of 200-1.
The horse's owner Alan Baxter cashed in even more, after managing to get odds of 300/1.
Mao Chinn Tire has been entered for one of Britain's most famous historic races, the Cesarewitch, at Newmarket, in October.