Moon madness

lunacy.

See also: Moon

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Naper Settlement will celebrate "Moon Madness" from 1 to 4 p.m.
WHAT: Join the NH SPCA for the Full Moon Madness Benefit Night.
In all he rode just short of 400 winners for me, which is amazing, including some top horses like Moon Madness and Silver Patriarch, who both won the St Leger.
On Friday - yes, the 13th - it's full Moon madness, so don't give in to gossip and overstating any dramas.
You used to get wonderful horses with wonderful names like Bustino, Commanche Run, Moon Madness, Reference Point, Oh So Sharp and Nijinsky winning the Leger.
Twice winner of the Epsom Derby with Shirley Heights (1978) and Erhaab (1994), Arundel-based Dunlop, 73, also saddled three St Leger winners in Moon Madness (1986), Silver Patriarch (1997) and Millenary (2000).
Both works draw on folklore of moon madness (lunacy) as a force that motivates tragedy, and that harks back to Renaissance dramas, wherein tragedy always involves death for the protagonist and, frequently, other major characters.
The 11-times champion jockey, who quits the saddle at the end of the season, has won the world's oldest Classic on Moon Madness (1986), Toulon (1991), Moonax (1994) and Silver Patriarch (1997) and is not without a chance this time on Amanda Perrett's progressive colt.
The 11-times champion, who retires at the end of the season, has won the Doncaster feature four times on Moon Madness (1986), Toulon (1991), Moonax (1994) and Silver Patriarch (1997) and has a total of 11 British Classics to his credit.
Among the trainers who were quick to join in the praise for Eddery was John Dunlop, who teamed up with the Irishman to win the St Leger with Moon Madness in 1986 and Silver Patriarch in 1997.
FULL MOON MADNESS: A South Carolina builder had to intervene when residents complained that during every full moon a resident had bonfires and rituals in her backyard.
A half sister to the high class Moon Madness and Sheriff's Star, Sita opened her account by beating Cool Clarity by one and a half lengths in a Leopardstown maiden.