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a percussive effect obtained by rotating a gramophone record manually: a disc-jockey and dub technique
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This was the worst race imaginable but the fact that it was a half brother to Chewit and trained by Lingfield specialist Gary Moore meant it should not have run unbacked at 14-1.
Other memorable performers included Abo, Chewit, Downsview, Lift Boy and Top Pop, but Moore's favourite was Boniton, a windsucking box-walker who had a dodgier heart than his master and required the company of a lamb in his box at all times.
Ian Mongan damaged a leg when Chewit reared in the stalls and failed to start.
CHEWIT: Off the course since finishing seventh in the Lincoln at Doncaster in March and evidently has been difficult to train.
Darryll Holland will take the fancied ride on Chewit in Saturday's Worthington Lincoln, the first big race of the turf Flat season.
IF YOU believe Chewit is as good as ever and you can explain a couple of below-par performances lately, you should back him for the Southern Daily Echo Apprentice Handicap (6.40) at Goodwood this evening, for he is undoubtedly well weighted on old form.
Chewit, whose best form has been at six and seven furlongs, is another that comes into the equation providing his suspect stamina lasts out.
William Hill's betting on the Worthington Lincoln Handicap: 16-1 King of Tunes, Lonsome Dude, Refuse To Lose, Right Wing & Silk St John, 20-1 Arpeggio, Captain Scott, Chewit, Further Outlook, Ghalib, Lear Spear, Night of Glass, Nomore Mr Niceguy, Raheen, Silca Blanka, Super Monarch, Therhea & Wild Sky, 25-1 Balla Sola, Blakeset, China Red, Jay-Owe-Two, Mantusis, Nigrasine, Royal Result, Tarry Flynn, Tom Dougal, Tumbleweed Hero, Yeast & Young Precedent, 33-1 bar.
Form an orderly queue at your grocer for Lleyton Chewit, James Flake, Boris Doubledecker, Dorito Storace, Novak Yorkievic, and - for a true taste of Scotland - Martina Haggis.
GOODWOOD: 6.40 Chewit, 7.10 No Extras, 7.40 Total Delight (nap), 8.10 Rambagh.
DARRYLL HOLLAND has been handed the plum ride on Chewit in Saturday's Worthington Lincoln.
This pounds 50,000 prize has caught the attentions of some of the leading stables but the prize can fall to one of the less welnown names, Epsom trainer Gary Moore, who saddles Chewit.