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THERE has been another sighting of Andrew Gilligan, man of leisure.
He said: "When I was working I was a man of leisure.
Yet another to make EUR27,000 was Terence Leonard's Old Vic three-year-old closely related to James Murphy's 1987 PZ Mower Chase winner Man Of Leisure and to the Tony Mullins-trained Supreme Developer.
Until reaching 35, he was really a man of leisure with a few failed careers behind him.
Tommy Wade, acting for English-based Michael Lysaght, who is a notable buyer and seller of store horses, paid Irpounds 20,000 for a Saddlers' Hall colt from the Grange Stud out of a half-sister to James Murphy's 1987 PZ Mower Chase winner Man Of Leisure.
OCCUPATION: Former Cavalry officer, now a man of leisure.
TO suggest that Edward Hide has finally become a man of leisure is to use the term in its widest sense.
After working for 12 years as a postmaster near his home town of Alloa in Scotland, Bob can't quite get used to being a rich man of leisure.
In the second division, Shay Barry forced Ollar Rose up close home to get the better of Man Of Leisure and Ruby Walsh.