errand boy

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a boy who earns money by running errands

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Sue Smith believes she has a highly promising chaser on her hands in Errand Boy, who has won his last two races over hurdles, including the EBF NH Final Novices' Handicap Hurdle at Sandown last time.
Another progressive sort, Errand Boy, should go well in the Belle Epoque Sefton Novices' Hurdle (4.
Trainer Sue Smith, having captured a good prize at Sandown on Saturday with Errand Boy, can land the Weatherbys Champion Bumper (5.
Margaret Rowe and her husband Stephen, a power- station fitter from Doncaster, collected a cheque after correctly picking Errand Boy to win the EBF 'National Hunt' Novices' Handicap Hurdle Final.
He had previously finished third to the useful pair Man On The Hill and Errand Boy at Haydock.
Errand Boy looks the best bet at Uttoxeter in the U K Hygiene Novices' Chase.
Guest has few peers when it comes to patient tactics when the mud is flying, and was more than happy to stay wide as Bright November, Hunt Hill and Errand Boy battled for the early lead.
But it is his role as hapless errand boy Norman Pitkin, who continually struggled against his boss Mr Grimsdale, for which he is best-known.
In the early 70s the films White Cargo and Under Milk Wood led to memorable appearances as errand boy Granville with Ronnie Barker in Open All Hours.
This five-year-old, trained by Venetia Williams, was excellent value for a two-length verdict over Errand Boy at Market Rasen recently, and can follow up in the Derek Wigan Memorial Novices' Chase at the West Sussex course.
Philip Hide had to get serious with the winner from the last to beat Errand Boy and Spring Grove but both he and trainer Josh Gifford were delighted with this first effort over fences.
Jonnie Walker, defending, said Murray was simply an errand boy.
Born in Saudi Arabia's east just as oil was discovered there, Al Naimi tended sheep before starting as an errand boy at Aramco at the age of 12 in 1947, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Such was the fate of 13-year-old errand boy Clement Doyle who was handed 14 days' hard labour for stealing clothes in 1873.
The Eton-educated star may be Hollywood's golden boy now - but thankfully he's not too grand to play the errand boy on his home turf.