Forget Romance Ladies! They have snapped Anteros,s BOW .

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Comments (134)

Harry Taggart on August 5, 2010

Hi ROMULUS,- IVAN,- TERY, For your nice comment, best regards scally.

Finn Lyngesen flfoto… on August 5, 2010

Great picture from Picadilly. Well done. Greetings. Finn. on August 6, 2010

Lovely love, does it hurts? I mean the arrow.... :-) nik

Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

This info was available to the select few 10 years ago,but the Bookies have got a grip of it now, even if they never really managed to pin it on any jockey. My father kept racing greyhounds, running in what they called Flapping Tracks, Most of the dogs had 2 official Pedigrees ( bought in Ireland as were most of the dogs.) The would run preliminary Handicap races, where most of the nonsense took place. Then when it came to racing, nearly every owner was cheating one way or another, that form was all up in the air and it really was a true race.LOL cheers scally.

Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

Hi Finn, thanks for the nice comment, best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

You do not feel a thing Nik, It takes these women a few years to train you to the saddle and bit, then you learn to live with the pain and accept it as normal. LOL cheers scally.

Mehmet Güçlü on August 6, 2010

very nice photo


best wishes, OLYMPIST

D. VERDU on August 6, 2010





Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

Hi OLYMPIST, Thanks for the nice comment and Like it. best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

Hi domingo, many thanks for your great comment and Like it best regards scally.

Maria H-S on August 6, 2010

Thnx for the Mythology lesson, Scally. Actually, thiss TDK ad in thebackground was quite misleading... thought it was Eros in Piccadilly circus, so I presumed you had made a mistake at to the name of the statue but was polite enough not to tell you anything :-)

a3a35919 on August 6, 2010

Doing a little free advertising here Scally, whats the kick-back worth these daze?

Cheers from BC , Danny

Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

This is the statue of Anteros by Alfred Gilbert for Lord Shaftesbury Memorial in Piccadilly Circus London. I don,t expect the Cockneys to recognise the different wings, but surely I can expect more from you Maria,cheers scally. ( if still in doubt google) LOL ,

Harry Taggart on August 6, 2010

Your suggesting I might be on a Kick-back! and Fai is suggesting I might be responsible for the Broken Bow!, and Maria says I,ve got the wrong name! Do you think it might have been a bad move to post this Shot Danny? :( cheers scally.

Harry Taggart on August 7, 2010

Hola Pecg. yhanks for the nice comment and L 11. best regards scally.

Maria H-S on August 7, 2010

It is generally referred to as Eros and not Anteros, so I never got into trouble to check it from closer. Theaanz once more for the Greek Mythology lesson Scally.

Harry Taggart on August 7, 2010

I thought it might have been an angry Greek? Maria, though an inebriate Scot seeing the threatening nude with the drawn Bow, could be an equal suspect. LOL cheers scally.

Stefka Gorgorova on August 9, 2010

Great picture! LIKE! Greetings from Bulgaria, Stefka

Mahdi Kalhor on August 9, 2010

Walking or shooting or flight?

Interesting shot.

Liked 13

All the best from Iran,


Harry Taggart on August 9, 2010

He is going nowhere with that broken Bow? Mahdi, but all he wants is to shoot love into young men,s hearts. best regards scally.

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    by Harry Taggart
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