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At Ayr, John Wilson lands a 1,695-1 treble with Impecuniosity (Peter Niven) in the novice chase, Persuasive (Jason Callaghan) in the claiming hurdle and Young Miner (John Quinn) in the novice hurdle.
16) While he may be distinguished by his training, the troubadour's songs are thought to show that he was still obliged to lead the same sort of life as the generality of joglars, one characterized by insecurity, impecuniosity and dependence on crumbs from the lordly table.
He added the case was chosen as a test case as to whether impecuniosity constituted a defence to a claim for an order for specific performance.
You see, before the virtual overnight impecuniosity struck, Ant had been well wadded, as they say in his part of the south.
A case has been listed for next month to determine if a defence of impecuniosity - complete lack of cash - can shield them.