Apr 20 2013
The Daily Mail
Fucking Hell! Tell Laugh-Alot-Liz that she has to go and mingle with the riff-raff for an hour and she has a face like a Bulldog chewing a wasp.
But win, what to her is the equivalent of 10 bob, and fuck me! She has a face like a Bulldog who’s just had a bunk up.
Last time her knickers were that wet, she had gastroenteritis.
On a personal note:
I cannot believe that I spelt gastroenteritis right first time without having to look it up… I was that fucking shocked, I still copied and pasted it into the Cambridge on-line just to make sure spell check wasn’t having a day off.
- The Queen’s horse Sign Manual raced to victory at Newbury yesterday
- The Monarch, who turns 87 on Sunday, scooped £5,175 in price money
PUBLISHED: 23:09, 19 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:13, 19 April 2013
Ever wondered what the Queen looks like when she’s had a win on the horses? Well you know now.
With a dazzling smile of utter delight, she couldn’t contain her excitement yesterday as one of her horses, Sign Manual, raced to victory – scooping her prize money of £5,175.
If she’d had a flutter on him too she will have taken home even more, as the horse had odds of 4-1 to win at Newbury.
Keen royal watchers will be heartened by the Queen’s evident good cheer, following her admission to hospital suffering from gastroenteritis little more than a month ago.
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The Queen, who is 87 tomorrow, is evidently showing similarly strong form to her winning horse, and seemed happy to relax following her sombre public appearance at Baroness Thatcher’s funeral on Wednesday.
Sign Manual, a gelding, was ridden to victory by Hayley Turner in the Dreweatts 1759 Handicap, coming from behind to finish just ahead of the 7-2 favourite, Lieutenant Miller.
‘It was very much the plan as soon as the programme book came out, as we knew Her Majesty would be coming to the meeting,’ said Sign Manual’s trainer Michael Bell.
‘It’s very much a private visit for her, but (racing manager) John Warren gives us the heads-up.
‘His form, particularly his last run at Newbury, had worked out well and we had him tuned-up, so it’s great.
‘We’re very happy as The Queen very rarely goes racing with all her other commitments.’
Day off: The Queen appeared relaxed at Newbury following Baroness Thatcher’s funeral on Wednesday