His plan was to feed the sugar lumps
to horses and reindeer used to draw the sledges.
And, as is tradition, some of the horses were given coffee and a sugar lump
before the race - and possibly something a darn sight stronger.
So learn from the horse's mouth, and, er, give it a sugar lump
We saw a baby kangaroo - "a tiny, underdeveloped little worm", weighing less than a sugar lump
- being born, and how an adult red kangaroo "hopping at full speed" can "outpace a racehorse" (albeit a very slow racehorse).
His finest moment was breaking the world record for building the tallest sugar lump
That old farmyard tale about horses liking a sugar lump
is, happily, no rural myth.
RICHARD HANNON and Richard Hughes are a combination to be feared at Windsor and the pair can make their mark during the track's opening meeting of the season with Sugar Lump
in the Download The New Unibet Racing App Handicap.
After finishing second on his debut at Nottingham Sugar Lump
went one better when shedding his maiden tag at Salisbury on his second outing.
Richard Hannon can kick off another season of dominance at Windsor with likely improver SUGAR LUMP
Self-certification was introduced as a sugar lump
for trainers to help them swallow the bitter pill of 48-hour declarations for Flat races.
Christopher Hitchens, who died of cancer of the oesophagus, pointed out that it was more like "dissolving in powerlessness like a sugar lump
He knew which players to shout at and which ones to offer a sugar lump
It was also explained that, although it was not so very expensive, there would be some families that would buy the sugar lump
and when announcing the marriage, the Mullah would say a prayer over the lump of sugar.
Ever patient and demanding not even a tooth-rotting sugar lump
in return, Horace helps demonstrate to children how to clean their teeth.
Instead, he finds a man who made up charming stories about the wily and resourceful Sugar Lump
Boy to boost his son's spirits; a man who worked lovingly over those nearly four years in prison to teach his fellow inmates to read; a man whose greatest pleasure while in prison was the simple act of writing to his wife and son.