One member asked me why owners sometimes spell the names of their horses differently from the accustomed way of spelling such a name.
Manchestar, for example, which won for us at 6/1 today. Why not Manchester? Well, there can be a thousand reasons. A horse may already be named that way, or have been so named in recent years.
Or there may be rules preventing someone naming a horse which, when spoken by a commentator, is akin to a rude name or message!
Frankly, it does not concern me. Call it what you like (and someone has called a . . .
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