Written by Gordon Bennet
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Wednesday, 9 July 2008

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Chelsy Davy studying the form before mounting a stallion

You definitely would not see this at Ascot, Cheltenham or Aintree, forty men running naked at bizarre race meeting.

The extra race held at one of the leading Race Courses in South Africa featured a men's race who where completely starkers except for a set of blinkers and a number pinned to their backside.

Chelsy who is on holiday in Durban while her long time shag Prince Harry is building bridges in Namibia was spotted cheering wildly as men of all shapes and sizes ran the three mile steeplechase while their meat and two veg bounced up and down.

The Bookies favorite was the local stud aptly named Crafty Cockney who was carrying a good one and half pounder and who had recently beaten Cunning Stunt by a short head.

Second favorite was Hard like a Rock who had recently taken Strip Teaser, She's Easy and Pussy Galore all the way in a half mile sprint race.

Third favorite was On your Knees who had recently overcome Go Down and Blow Me in a Handicap Chase.

The rank outsiders where Norfolk Chance who failed to finish on his last outing and Barely Legal who at Cape Town recently failed to come to the starting line and fell while trying to overcome Nutbuster in a hurdle race.

Chelsy herself a Jockey, prefers riding when the going gets harder was last seen mounting a local Stallion.

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