mamma's boy


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a boy excessively attached to his mother

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The 21-year-old Gemelova, who joined winning trainer Alan Berry in January, only came in for the ride on Mamma's Boy after Allan was involved in a car accident en route to the track, cutting his head in the process.
The College Chapel gelding was another to confirm the revival of his trainer's string when running on well to be beaten only half a length by Mamma's Boy over a mile at Musselburgh last time out.
The four-year-old stayed on well when beaten only half a length by Mamma's Boy and, although raised 2lb, is strongly fancied to go one better over this extended seven furlongs.
Alan Berry, who has his horses in cracking form, took his seasonal score to 27 with a double from Eastern Promise and Mamma's Boy.
Trainer Alan Berry had a welcome winner when Mamma's Boy landed the seller.
If he can hold his position early, Mamma's Boy will surely take all the beating, but that is far from guaranteed.
The guy should also have a good relationship with his parents, especially his mum, however the guy should not be a mamma's boy, the source added.
The Czech-born 24-year-old said: "I rode four winners in Norway before I came over to Britain and my first over here was Mamma's Boy for Alan Berry at Musselburgh three years ago.
Splitting the selling handicap into two divisions won't have done punters any favours but I still reckon Mamma's Boy (4.
The story "Flavio's Dilemma," for instance, opens, "He was a mamma's boy and nothing he did would be reprehensible in the eyes of Carlotta Bellini," then ends on the negation of the introductory statement: "Nobody is aware of it [his secret], neither his schoolmates, nor, least of all, his beloved mother.
Most of the young women we interviewed deemed young American men as unreliable, spoiled, self-indulgent mamma's boys who want sex without responsibility or obligation.