Many yrs ago my ex SO leased me a TB broodmare that I disliked intensely with the idea that I would not get attached to the foal and therefore would sell it for racing. When it came to sending in names for the foal, a colt, the first name I put in was Essobee. Too bad it was rejected so don't think the Jockey Club might not get it!
Reason I disliked the mare was that I was dumping a bucket of water into her water bucket over the 1/2 door and she lunged at me and left marks on my neck. Probably a 1/2" closer and I'd have had a crushed windpipe! As you can see, the colt name, Essobee, was very fitting.
Back in my day, we didn't have as many warning labels because people weren't so dang stupid!
That one is definitely funnier if said in a British accent, especially a lowbrow one...
I luf: "Hoof Hearted"
Lol, I really can't tell if the JC was asleep at the switch or if they DID get it and then said "They cannot possibly mean what we think they mean."
And "My Wife Knows Everything" worked best because of the extreme long shot of her winding up in a race (and the even more bizarre good fortune of being in a stretch duel) with "Thewifedoesnknow." EPICNESS.