Curious horsey phrases used by horsey people


#341

Are they same two that met Donal Trump at shannon?


#342

“produced late”.

I have no idea what this means, but treatystones just used it when talking about football so I imagine its something about drugging or beating horses.


#343

“giddy-up” :carousel_horse:


#344

“A fine stamp of a horse…”


#345

“I think I’ll make Davy Fitz the Wexford hurling manager…”


#346

@Bandage @myboyblue


#347

@bandage, this one has me baffled.


#348

Stay out of it then. This is about the future stars of the sport. Think joe canning aged 18


#349

Is the horse good at sideline cuts?


#350

The Laois minors were a talking horse


#351

He drinks like a pisshead?


#352

Not relevant but he should have won a couple of big minor races and be tipped as a future star. Being the younger brother of a famous family will help as will turning out for a prominent team.


#353

That makes complete sense. This is very unsettling.


#354

“Cooper is a good pilot to have on board”

FAO @Bandage


#355

Who in Gods name said that? Cooper is like having a drunken russian pilot on board


#356

A nice little stocking filler and essential guide for contributors to this thread


#357

“There’d be less between them in the box” :grin:


#358

Some rich pickings here lads. Overall a really creepy article

http://www.racingpost.com/news/horse-racing/don-cossack-a-tribute-to-a-beautiful-brute-of-a-horse/2226918/top/#newsArchiveTabs=last7DaysNews


#359

Determined, dominant and devilishly handsome

But something changed that summer. Don Cossack grew up. The boyish good looks were gone. He had filled out and become a man.


#360

I wonder will Don have an unfortunate accident in the near future?