Pitpan

Pit´pan`


n.1.A long, flat-bottomed canoe, used for the navigation of rivers and lagoons in Central America.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nontawat Saingam was playing in the front garden of his home while mum Wilawan Pitpan, 32, chatted to her sister on her phone.
Mum Wilawan Pitpan, 32, was chatting on social media and didn't notice as her son managed to open the front gate and roll down the driveway into the road.
Rathbarry's initial success was achieved in the National Hunt sphere with stallions such as Perspex, Pitpan and Proverb, the sire of Whitbread winners By The Way and Lean Ar Aghaidh, each doing their bit to place the stud in the spotlight.
Pitpan said: 'We thought if he jumped well and got a clear run, then we really fancied him.
Sir Pandy 5 b g Taipan - Miss Pitpan 9-2P Surprised us by finishing second first time over hurdles at Uttoxeter, beaten only narrowly by a subsequent winner.
His best horses were the National Hunt stallion Pitpan, Combermere and Silver Stick.
The Pitpan foal she was carrying was high-class chaser Espy, whose wins for Charlie Brooks included the Agfa Diamond Chase and Peter Ross Novices' Chase.
Fred Winter goes through the pounds 100,000 barrier when Bladon (Richard Pitman) wins the novices' hurdle at Stratford from Pitpan (Fulke Walwyn/Bill Smith), and Nantar (John Francome) beats Roisrian (George Owen/Michael Dickinson) in the novices' chase.
Terry Biddlecombe reaches a career total of 900 as Pitpan (Fulke Walwyn) wins the novice hurdle at Windsor.
Pitt remembered Terry Biddlecombe riding his 900th winner at the track on Pitpan and just getting beaten on the Queen Mother's Game Spirit by Credo's Daughter as highlights in the track's recent history.