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Forum - Jockeys and Nicknames

Jockeys and Nicknames

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Original Blog Post:

Hey all,

I always love to hear about jockeys nicknames and the reasons or stories behind them. My favourites would be "Cuppa" for lincon coffey as in cuppa coffee and "the duck" for P.King as in peeking duck... I'd love it if everyone would share there own favourite's!

Thanks!

 
Author: BA
Subject: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 3/6/2004 3:46:24 PM
 
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Author: slackmac
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 3/6/2004 4:16:39 PM

Blog Reply:

What the?

Didn't you already ask us this?

 
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Author: hondo
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 3/6/2004 5:26:30 PM

Blog Reply:

Brent, You seem to be suffering from repetition. Why don't you contact Vo and he can refer you to his good mate Dr Reo Symes. Dr Reo will administer the "Gettysburg Address"" therapy. You get the initial treatment and then a follow up each two hours. At the end of the therapy other people's nicknames will be the least of your concerns. Don't worry if you haven't got the money to pay for the therapy, Vo will tip you a few horses that will surely cover the expense of this revolutionary treatment

 
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Author: grey man
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 3/6/2004 9:29:21 PM

Blog Reply:

I have heard Paul Harvey from WA referred to as 'The Pope".

 
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Author: Bullett
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 3/6/2004 10:20:05 PM

Blog Reply:

An SA jockey nicknamed "The Bra". Can anyone guess who?

 
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Author: Sandy01
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 3/6/2004 10:28:14 PM

Blog Reply:

My own personal family favourite goes to Michael Walker, aka Mr. NoMelways :-)

 
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Author: Racing_Dinosaur
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 5/6/2004 12:00:05 PM

Blog Reply:

Jason Holder:"Stubby"

 
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Author: evattoski
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 5/6/2004 9:06:56 PM

Blog Reply:

HERE IN WA HE IS KNOWN AS JASON KING GEORGE WHITING.

 
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Author: evattoski
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 5/6/2004 9:08:54 PM

Blog Reply:

ANOTHER IS DANIEL STAECK IS KNOWN AS T BONE

 
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Author: Sandy01
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 5/6/2004 11:07:35 PM

Blog Reply:

Daryl McClellan is Digger but I don't know why.

 
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Author: OliverFan
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 6/6/2004 9:45:12 AM

Blog Reply:

I thought Jason whitings was FISH

 
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Author: parrapete
Subject: Re: Jockeys and Nicknames

Time: 6/6/2004 2:03:26 PM

Blog Reply:

Stu Shenton was known to call P.King "55 days"

 
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