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Category Filter: RACEHORSES (81)

  • Racehorses
    • Arzelle
        • David listens to the radio broadcast of a horse race, featuring the horses Good Tsar, Fairly Far, Prince Star, Sudden Sass and Arzelle. (Season 2 episode Camille)
    • Brass Ring
        • New record added 8/9/2022
        • Racehorse listed in machine number Daniel Casey's Daily Racing Program. (Season 3 episode RAM)
    • Captain Nemo
        • Horse that Elaine bets on while visiting HorsetracK Betting. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Cat Killer
        • Name of race horse ALF bets on (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Chock Full O' Drugs
        • The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. He races against racehorses Chock Full o' Drugs, Stalker and Old Levis at Springfield Downs. "It's Chock Full O' Drugs, followed closely by Stalker, with Old Levis fading fast..." (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Crinoline
        • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • Don't Have a Cow
        • When Fat Tony asks Bart to choose a racehorse for the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, Bart tells him, "Eat My Shorts", which turns out to be a horse in the 5th race. Then Bart tells him, "Don't Have a Cow", who wins the race. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Eat My Shorts (racehorse)
        • When Fat Tony asks Bart to choose a racehorse for the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, Bart tells him, "Eat My Shorts", which turns out to be a horse in the 5th race. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Fairly Far
        • David listens to the radio broadcast of a horse race, featuring the horses Good Tsar, Fairly Far, Prince Star, Sudden Sass and Arzelle. (Season 2 episode Camille)
    • Furious D
        • The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Good Tsar
        • David listens to the radio broadcast of a horse race, featuring the horses Good Tsar, Fairly Far, Prince Star, Sudden Sass and Arzelle. (Season 2 episode Camille)
    • Hi Hat
        • Singer Gil Stewart spends his life's savings on a racehorse named Hi-Hat. His hope is that the horse, which he purchased from Morgan, will win a big race and the money will allow Judy to save the sanitarium.
    • I Am Spartacus
        • New record added 8/9/2022
        • Racehorse listed in machine number Daniel Casey's Daily Racing Program. (Season 3 episode RAM)
    • I Yam What I Yam
        • Racehorse in the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, all of which are named after famous cartoon catchphrases. This one is Popeye. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Joe's Dream
        • Racehorse Martin bets on (Season 2 episode You Scratch My Book…)
    • Leffendi
        • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Houghton, producer Buck Houghton. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Lucky Lady
        • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • Migrator
        • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Clemens, probably a nod to director of photography George Clemens. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Naughty Nina
        • Name of race horse ALF bets on (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Nimble Runner
        • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • No Risk
        • Racehorse that Homer bets on. "Come on, kids - Daddy knows a way to get the money with No Risk." (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • Oh Ain't I a Stinker
        • Racehorse in the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, all of which are named after famous cartoon catchphrases. This one is Bugs Bunny. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Old Levis
        • The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. He races against racehorses Chock Full o' Drugs, Stalker and Old Levis at Springfield Downs. "It's Chock Full O' Drugs, followed closely by Stalker, with Old Levis fading fast..." (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Out of Body Experience
        • Name of race horse in one of the races that ALF bets on (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Pappernick
        • Racehorse that loves the slop, sure thing Kramer overhears on the subway. His father was a mudder. His mother was a mudder. (Season 3 episode The Subway)
    • Power Chord
        • New record added 8/9/2022
        • Racehorse listed in machine number Daniel Casey's Daily Racing Program. (Season 3 episode RAM)
    • Prince Star
        • David listens to the radio broadcast of a horse race, featuring the horses Good Tsar, Fairly Far, Prince Star, Sudden Sass and Arzelle. (Season 2 episode Camille)
    • Seattle Slew
        • The first pony offered to Homer at the Grateful Gelding Stables, the one for half a million dollars, was sired by racehorse Seattle Slew. (Season 3 episode Lisa's Pony)
    • Secretariat (racehorse)
        • Famous racehorse mentioned in several season 1 episodes that was disgraced for betting on his own races that BoJack wants to star as in a movie about his life.
    • Shifty Sal
        • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Van den Ecker. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Stalker
        • The Simpsons adopt Duncan the Incredible Diving Horse from the State Fair and turn him into a racehorse named Furious D. He races against racehorses Chock Full o' Drugs, Stalker and Old Levis at Springfield Downs. "It's Chock Full O' Drugs, followed closely by Stalker, with Old Levis fading fast..." (Season 11 episode Saddlesore Gallactica)
    • Staunch Soldier
        • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Denault, probably a nod to assistant director Edward Denault. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Sudden Sass
        • David listens to the radio broadcast of a horse race, featuring the horses Good Tsar, Fairly Far, Prince Star, Sudden Sass and Arzelle. (Season 2 episode Camille)
    • Sufferin' Succotash
        • Racehorse in the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, all of which are named after famous cartoon catchphrases. This one is Sylvester the Cat. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • That's All Folks
        • Racehorse in the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, all of which are named after famous cartoon catchphrases. This one is Porky Pig. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)
    • Tropicana
        • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Serling, obviously a nod to series creator Rod Serling. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Varuka’s Golden Egg
        • New record added 8/9/2022
        • Racehorse listed in machine number Daniel Casey's Daily Racing Program. (Season 3 episode RAM)
    • Yabba Dabba Do
        • Racehorse in the 3rd race at Shelbyville Downs, all of which are named after famous cartoon catchphrases. This one is Fred Flintstone. (Season 3 episode Bart the Murderer)

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