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    ace
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    if you where to win fridays 120 million pounds euro lottery<br>what good things would you do with the money <br>;)

    #103811
    graysonscolumn
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    Resurrect the Sportsman.

    gc<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #103812
    FlatSeasonLover
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    lol

    Play the stockmarket :biggrin:

    Buy some horses and get my own personal trainer to train the horses

    #103813
    Sailing Shoes
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    Interesting Grays….

    Who from this forum may get a position on your Euro Millioned funded SPORTSMAN?

    😎

    #103814
    Maxilon 5
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    I’ll go with you, Graysons. Miss the Sportsman.

    But I’d buy my football team first.:biggrin:

    #103815
    Lovely Lady
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    Quote: from ace on 11:12 pm on Nov. 16, 2006[br]if you where to win fridays 120 million pounds euro lottery<br>what good things would you do with the money <br>;) <br>

    …… get the next plane outta here ?….or a rocket to Mars  ?

    <br>but if cornered to stay, then help  all those little animal welfare centres around the country  struggling to survive – be a good start.   Might even leave you all a tip:biggrin: <br>

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    mick slade
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    I would pledge a lot of money to animal charities…………………………………………………….then I would av it large!

    #103817
    dave jay
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    Drink and smoke myself to death within the first week.

    #103818
    wilsonl
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    But what would you do about all the begging letters ?

    Personally – I’d carry on sending ’em :biggrin:

    I know, it’s an old one.

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    graysonscolumn
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    Quote: from Sailing Shoes on 12:57 am on Nov. 17, 2006[br]Interesting Grays….

    Who from this forum may get a position on your Euro Millioned funded SPORTSMAN?

    😎 <br>

    <br>All the previously employed racing analysts (with Prufrock, to whom we all owed a hell of a lot, back at the helm) and most of the racing news team, who collectively proved fearsomely industrious, versatile and imperturbable in the face of most trying working circumstances.

    Above and beyond these, I’m sure there’s a few TRFfers I’d employ in a heartbeat, including but not limited to Sal for the bloodstock expertise; Happy Jack for trend analysis and point-to-point stuff; AP for the owners’ perspective; Grasshopper for his consistently vibrant, hilarious copy; and Jackane24 to clean the office toilets.

    Jeremy<br>(graysonscolumn)<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

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    Burroughhill
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    I could make the teas :biggrin:

    #103821
    Happy Jack
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    I’ll do the second job offered but not the first – sick to bloody death of it :biggrin:

    Thank you for considering me, I feel very honoured

    #103822
    Zoz
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    Jeremy – any room for a photographer / tea girl?

    #103823
    graysonscolumn
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    Lots of room, in fact a photo series has just entered my fevered brain:

    "This week’s shot shows Zome contemplating the relative merits of Brody Dalle and Karen O whilst perched atop the open ditch at Towcester (tobacco supplied by Marlboro, alcohol by Mr Daniels)".

    etc.<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

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    graysonscolumn
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    Quote: from Happy Jack on 9:03 pm on Nov. 21, 2006[br]I’ll do the second job offered but not the first – sick to bloody death of it :biggrin:

    As long as nothing has crept into your King George trend piece along the likes of "Ninth season chasers have a good record" on the basis of Edredon Bleu three years ago, I don’t think anyone will notice the signs of fatigue, HJ. 😎

    gc<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

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