Fix scandal at ‘Raintree’ Racecourse

Posted in Pagan News at 11:54 pm

Fix scandal at ‘Raintree’ Racecourse – 14th April 2012.

Today saw the running of the Grand National, widely known as the most famous horse race in the world for horses with 4 legs (this restriction being controversially introduced after Sleipnir’s run of 23 victories which began to destroy the gambling industry). Whilst many humans and horses from around the world were glued to their TV screens the even more dedicated were attending the event first-hand.

Unfortunately the dedicated fans of this gentle and modest sport (where only two horses lost their lives today) may have been the unwitting third party casualties of a huge Godly argument and the workings of a terrible fix.

As we all know, even more important than the race itself is the Grand National Ladies’ Day, which took place yesterday. An unnamed source has informed this reporter that an old dispute (for which the origins are now unclear but almost certainly involved eggs) came to a head yesterday when Aztec God Tlaloc convinced Greek God Poseidon to help him ruin his Aztec rival, Macuilxochitl’s, Grand National Ladies’ Day party with a huge downpour.

Macuilxochitl had made great efforts to make the Grand National and Grand National Ladies’ Day as special as ever and is reported to be very upset.

Another victim of this terrible sabotage was the lovely Queen of WAGs, Mrs Rooney, whose Christian Louboutin heels were simply ruined by wet mud.

It is rumoured that Tlaloc’s personal intentions were simply to upset his Aztec enemy but Poseidon’s agreement to help was due to a very large bet on his Roman namesake “Neptune Collonges” which ended up the victor the following day, coming in at 33/1 and earning Poseidon a pretty penny. The unnamed source stated that the irrigation combined with the precise amount of rainfall created “good to soft” ground that was pinpoint perfect for Neptune Collonges, assuring he was the winner. He stated that only a God could have such accuracy and cunning.

Our thoughts are with Mrs Rooney today and I think we will all be in agreement that this has been a sad couple of day for games, gambling, and glamour alike. We will all have to see how this prestigious event recovers from such scandal.

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