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  • Performer: Junk Randolph
  • Album: The Legend Of Zippy Chippy
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  • Released: 2016
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Junk Randolph - The Legend Of Zippy Chippy album flac

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1 The Legend Of Zippy Chippy 45:03

Despite coming from horse racing royalty, Zippy Chippy was no champion, but he was a winner all the same.

Wed, Apr 6: William Thomas talks about his new book, The Legend of Zippy Chippy, which tells the story of a racing horse that has lost 100 consecutive races over the course of his career.

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Unlike its underdog subject, The Legend of Zippy Chippy crosses the line a winner. Andrew Peacock, author of Creatures of the Rock. In this hilarious and often poignant story, Zippy Chippy shows us how an unquenchable spirit and zest for the game of life can turn losers into winners. Lloyd Robertson, CTV News. WILLIAM THOMAS is an author, a scriptwriter and a nationally syndicated humour columnist.

To them, Zippy Chippy was just like them; someone who wasn’t an athlete with a million-dollar contract, or someone with movie star looks - he was a creature who struggled, who lost, and who failed even the lowest of expectations. But, somehow, he found a way to enjoy himself and eagerly return for the next race. Told with laugh-out-loud wit and a lot of heart, The Legend of Zippy Chippy is the story of the losing-est racehorse in North American history - a perpetual loser who would become the winning thoroughbred in professional horse racing to steal peoples’ hearts. Also by William Thomas. This engaging equine biography blends the story of Zippy Chippy’s incredible string of losses with fascinating anecdotes about other notorious also-rans. Thomas’s witty romp through the checkered career of horsedom’s most famous loser reminds us that winning isn’t everything.

The Legend of Zippy Chippy. Contents Other horses with long losing streaks include Dona Chepa (0 wins out of 125 starts), Ouroene (0 for 124), Haru Urara (0 for 113, Japan), Glorious Spring (0 for 106, Japan), Thrust (0 for 105, North America) and Quixall Crossett (0 for 103, Britain).

Despite coming from horse racing royalty, Zippy Chippy was no champion, but he was a winner all the same. Author and syndicated humour columnist William Thomas chronicles the life and times of one of horse racing's biggest failures in his book "The Legend of Zippy Chippy: Life Lessons from Horse Racing's Most Lovable Loser. The Agenda in the Summer welcomes Thomas to examine Zippy Chippy's saga and what it means to be a real winner. Episode: The Agenda in the Summer: William Thomas.

Humour writer William Thomas discusses his book,"The Legend of Zippy Chippy: Life Lessons from Horse Racing's Most Loveable Loser. Show: The Agenda in the Summer Number: Season 2016, Episode 14 Airdate: Jul 21, 2016 at 20:00 Runtime: 30 minutes.

To them, Zippy Chippy was just like them; someone who wasn't an athlete with a million-dollar contract, or someone with movie star looks - he was a creature who struggled, who lost, and who failed even the lowest of expectations. Unlike its underdog subject, The Legend of Zippy Chippy crosses the line a winner. -Andrew Peacock, author of Creatures of the Rock "In this hilarious and often poignant story, Zippy Chippy shows us how an unquenchable spirit and zest for the game of life can turn losers into winners. -Lloyd Robertson, CTV News. Told with laugh-out-loud wit and a lot of heart, The Legend of Zippy Chippy is the story of the losing-est racehorse in North American history - a perpetual loser who would become the winning thoroughbred in professional horse racing to steal peoples' hearts. Books related to The Legend of Zippy Chippy.

Zippy Chippy was a cranky horse, likely to bite the people he loved and steal the hats of anyone else. But he was special because he was like the rest of us, who also can be cranky and maybe steal a hat once in a while and (let’s face it) are more familiar with defeat than victory. He had all the desire in the world, but he just found so many ways to lose