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macarony
30 May 20 20:27
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Crisp77
When: 30 May 20 20:42
Craig McLachlan
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Platini
When: 30 May 20 20:42
klarsson Cool
By:
tictacman1
When: 30 May 20 20:53
Henry VIII....loved his women and pies !
By:
moonaxed
When: 30 May 20 20:54
Cecil
By:
Baphornet
When: 30 May 20 21:00
the bloodhound
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macarony
When: 30 May 20 21:13
moonaxed30 May 20 19:54Joined: 17 Sep 06 | Topic/replies: 1,254 | Blogger: moonaxed's blog
Cecil

one of the best dressed men on the course or so I heard a tv pundit say just before he died
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 30 May 20 21:16
Henry 4

He spoke English, unlike monarchs for 300 years before him who spoke French.
By:
ffaith
When: 30 May 20 21:25
Henry Hoover.   A durable and reliable lad who never breaks down.  I'm using Jack(a distant cousin I believe)same difference.
By:
Just Checking
When: 30 May 20 21:38
Have to agree with the cheery faced Hoover.
Mine sucked up a 20 quid note the other day, and rather than slyly keep it and spend it on 2L cider bottles, gave me it back.

He is indeed a moral vacuum.
By:
Dotchinite
When: 30 May 20 21:44
Henry Armstrong.
By:
jollyswagman
When: 30 May 20 21:44
i knew a chap who had a hernia so he got a henry the the hernia tattoo on his torso Grin
By:
Alices
When: 30 May 20 21:45
William and Kissenger, both good round Cheltenham
By:
annie.
When: 30 May 20 22:31
Henry Cecil Love
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Baphornet
When: 30 May 20 22:40
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmiwNxuRJbA
By:
DenzilPenberthy
When: 30 May 20 23:21
Thierry
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KeenLeader
When: 30 May 20 23:33
John (Racehorse)
By:
KeenLeader
When: 30 May 20 23:33
John (Racehorse)
By:
DenzilPenberthy
When: 30 May 20 23:36
tangent - I thought Keen Leader could've been a top draw 3 miler in a bog alas not to be was at Cheltenham when he fell
By:
KeenLeader
When: 30 May 20 23:40
Yes - hardly a great horse but I always liked him
By:
sofiakenny
When: 30 May 20 23:42
the fonz
By:
screaming from beneaththewaves
When: 30 May 20 23:55
Henry Cooper
Enrico Fermi
Heinrich Böll
By:
Capt__F
When: 31 May 20 00:05
first ever bet on John Henry



lostPlain
By:
Cardinal Scott
When: 31 May 20 01:42
Henry the Horse................ made famous by John Lennon in his Being For The Benefit Of Mister Kite

And Of Course Henry The Horse Dances The Waltz
By:
HGS
When: 31 May 20 11:29
Has to be Cecil
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Manoleeds
When: 31 May 20 12:55
Rix when he was PW -don't know if his tipping service was still running before racing ended -never paid for that .
By:
ffaith
When: 31 May 20 14:16
Henrik Larrssen never played for an english club until he was well past his prime.  Didn't seem right to me but I'm sessenach and would think that.
By:
macarony
When: 31 May 20 21:10
Henry Mancini Peter Gunn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIKSQT-oXfc
By:
Foinavon
When: 31 May 20 21:38
Sir Henry Wood. His contribution to the nation and the world is still going strong although he might not be best pleased by some of the things the BBC have done to it in recent times.
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