Upping the Ante: Contingent can carry the day at Epsom Oaks
The Dermot Weld-trained filly made light of a bad draw to win handily at Leopardstown in October
Long before it regressed to its abominable modern-day incarnation, The Simpsons managed to work Rodney Dangerfield into an episode, with Mr Burns’s son Larry effectively a cartoon representation of the late comedian.
Larry turns up out of the blue at his father’s door, but it quickly becomes apparent that they have nothing in common except blood. Mr Burns nevertheless brings him along to the pompous Springfield Glen Country Club, where he renews acquaintance...
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