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(From The Northern Echo)
Byline: COLIN WOODS
SIX nail-biting photo finishes in row provided a thrilling afternoon of action for owners, jockeys, and spectators alike at Catterick yesterday.
The most valuable contest on the card, the mile-and-six-furlong handicap, presented judge Alastair Stewart with his most difficult decision of the day when Graham Island nosed past Football Crazy right on the wire to score by the width of a cat's whisker.
Having seen off the close attentions of Crathorne, Football Crazy appeared to have matters well under control, however the latter hadn't reckoned with Newmarket raider Graham Island, whose late lunge …