July 22, 2012

FANCY A LITTLE FLUTTER?

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Which horse would you put your money on ?? !!

Any idea where we saw these two hopefuls ??

Enjoy your Sunday !!

20 comments:

  1. They were in a special exhibit at the Louvre. Personally, I would't bet on either, but that's just me.

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    1. Rob-bear, me neither, even if they were real.

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  2. I think they are in the stables of the castle of Chaumont-sur-Loire. And I would go for 'Risque-tout', without putting all my money on it, of course ;). Enjoy your vacation ... wish I were there to enjoy it with you. Martine

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    1. Martine, your choice would be mine, too.

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  3. I suspect that neither of these would be a good bet :-) Diane

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  4. 'Risque-tout' of course; but only a virtual bet ;-)

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    1. N&A, do virtual bets only produce virtual winnings ??!!

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  5. Neither... they are both "plastered"!

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  6. I saw similar horses at Montpoupon.

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  7. These aren't your horses? No, yours would be named something like "Cupcake" and "Brownie." Well, maybe "Never Stick" would be a good name for a baker's horse.

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    1. Carolyn, if I ever have two more dogs I will remember this comment when I want to name them !! Very apt !!

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  8. Dare Devil would be my choice. But, is that a sweaty sheen or high-gloss enamel?

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    1. Mitchell, high gloss plaster I think, but very realistic. There was also the realistic smell of very real horse poo created by other very real horses in the stables, adding to the illusion !!

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  9. Which ever talks to me first; I've seen "Equus" I know how this goes.

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    1. Spo, maybe I could try that when buying a lottery ticket - it's a huge prize this weekend. Just think what I could do with €100,000,000.

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  10. As my name means Lover Of Horses, I would have to bet on them both - to be fair.

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