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yicker

(ˈjɪkə)
vb (intr)
a variant from of yikker
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GORDON LORD BYRON will make his 103rd appearance in a race named after him at Haydock today, and trainer Tom Hogan has even booked Frankie Dettori for the occasion.
HAYDOCK Park history maker Richard Kingscote received special Royal approval when partnering Queen's Calculation to victory last Friday.
TRIBUTES have been paid to Eric Haydock, the original bass player of 1960s Manchester pop group The Hollies, who has died at his home at the age of 75.
Simon Haydock, 49, faced a single charge of fraud and a jury found him not guilty following a trial at Newport Crown Court yesterday.
Speaking outside the court after the not guilty verdict was given, Mr Haydock said: "This has been a horrific three-and-a-half years for my family "I'm pleased that justice has been served but nobody has won in this at all." During the trial, prosecutor Nicholas Gareth Jones told the court Mr Haydock worked as a financial advisor, initially for the Barclays banking group, the Sunday Group and a company called Park Row.
Geraldine Haydock, 73, said she "trusted" Simon, 49, to invest the sum for her.
And Haydock Park's general manager Jason Fildes will present Kingscote with a special award ahead of tomorrow's 188BET Summer Saturday Opener to honour his achievement in the saddle.
The win fund starts at PS135,495, while there is PS21,501 in the bonus pot after it was emptied by one ticket at Haydock last weekend.
THE three winners of last week's Scoop6 jackpot could pocket a further PS570,741 if they can pick the winner of today's bonus race at Haydock.
IN an article of December 4, 2011 reporting on the death of Mr Francis Haydock the Sunday Mercury described Mr Haydock as a "computer addict" and "computer game obsessive", who suffered a fit that could have been caused by flashing lights from a computer game.
Francis Haydock, who weighed 26 stone, was found dead in his bedroom an hour after he had supper with his family at their home in Witton Road, Aston.