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(ˈdɪdɪˌkɔɪ) or




n, pl -coys or -kais
(Sociology) (in Britain) one of a group of caravan-dwelling roadside people who live like Gypsies but are not true Romanies
[C19: from Romany]
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After a flying dismount from Roger Charlton's last-gasp winner, the Italian explained:"I rodemyfirstbigwinnerin this race on a filly called Didicoy for Jeremy Treewhen Rogerwashisassistant.
It would be a fitting victory - Mince is trained by Roger Charlton, and he was assistant to the late Jeremy Tree when I won the race on the filly Didicoy for one of the first big successes of my career.
"I also have a new youngster, Didicoy, coming on and will be ready to event next season in Intro classes."
Tantina descends from Monroe's Group 3-placed daughter Didicoy, by Danzig, via her Grade 2-winning filly Didina.
The Selkirk colt is out of the classy Didicoy and is a half-brother to
It happened on August 10, 1988, and his winners were Titchwell, Didicoy, Forfun and Sweeping.
Xaar, who is a half-brother to high-class French runner Masterclass and smart filly Didicoy, is out of a half-sister to Sex Appeal, the dam of fellow Dewhurst winners El Gran Senor and Try My Best.