Six race horses with brilliant and risky names from ‘Big T**s’ to ‘Gee Spot’

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No, not horrendous name tags from a stag do, but proposed names for racehorses rejected by the British Horse Racing Authority (BHA) in 2015 on grounds of "suggestive or vulgar, obscene or insulting meaning."

In the sport of kings, it's quite hard for a court jester to get a naughty name past the powers that be – but some have managed it.

Here, Daily Star Sport take a look back at some of the smuttiest-named racehorses from across the world, including none other than Big T**s herself.

Two In The Pink

Not sure what Two In The Pink means? We suggest a quick finger across to the urban dictionary, which should be able to fill you right in.

Perhaps the only thing more remarkable than Two In The Pink's extraordinary name is that she somehow escaped the BHA's clutches and was registered in this country.

Trained by Hugo Palmer before being transferred to Ralph J Smith, the daughter of Clodovil spent most of her life on the all-weather, winning three of her 46 races in total.

Big T**s

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Despite her eye-catching name, French raider Big T**s flattered to deceive out on the racecourse.

Trained by Elie Lellouche, the Lost World mare failed to hit the frame on any of her six runs and wasn't seen again after sagging, sorry, that should be lagging, behind the leaders at Maisons-Laffitte in November 2003.

Passing Wind

Passing Wind's name might imply he was able to blow the opposition away during his 19-race career over jumps, but unfortunately, he was more of a bad smell.

The gelding took nine races to get off the mark, eventually scoring at Bangor in 2001, but didn't win again until 2003 at Fakenham.


Another one that somehow slipped past the BHA rule makers, the wonderfully named Geespot didn't provide fans with as many exciting climaxes as her name might suggest.

The Dominic Ffrench David-trained star competed in 33 races between 2001 and 2004 but only managed to make punters scream uncontrollably twice.

Her first win at Brighton at odds of 33/1 in July 2002 was followed up by another five months later at Lingfield at odds of 12/1.

Mary Hinge

Unlike most horses in this list, Mary Hinge (it doesn't take much working out) didn't fanny about when it came to winning races.

Trained by Julie Cecil, the daughter of Dowsing won five of her 11 starts on the flat, including a success in the Listed Sandy Lane Handicap at Haydock.

Perhaps appropriately given her name, Mary Hinge also went on to enjoy a career as a broodmare, although with little success.

Bofa Deez Nuts

Save Big T**s, the British and French-bred horses in this list have all had subtle names that are either cheeky or require a little bit of working out.

Meanwhile, in America, we have Bofa Deez Nuts. The naming of Bofa Deez Nuts has about all of the subtlety of a hand grenade and is so American it hurts.

Despite the name Bofa Deez Nuts (yes, we will keep repeating it) hasn't shown particularly big cojones out on track, with only one win from his 36 runs so far.

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