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I disapprove of horse-racing, but just for once in a way I put money on this horse,
and it's gone and won." "May I ask," said Mrs. Packletide, amid the general
silence, "why you put your money on this particular horse? None of the sporting ...
We can't very well ask to have the horse back; you see, we praised it up like
anything when we thought there was a chance of his buying it, and said it was
just the animal to suit him." "Couldn't you steal it out of his stable and send it to
grass at ...
"I did my best for you," said Lola, feeling that she was not getting her due share of
gratitude; "I told you what I had seen in my dreams, a brown horse, called Bread
and Butter, winning easily from all the rest." "What?" screamed Bertie, jumping ...
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Hysterically funny with Saki's good old-fashioned dry English wit. A collection of stories with rarely a miss and most will make you laugh out loud if you share Hector Hugh Munro's sense of the ridiculous. Read full review
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