Azed Competition No. 1792  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1788  |  1797  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1792 Oct 2006APPALOOSA / ESTAMINET Right and Left24


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstDr I. S. FletcherAlarm raised when those packing food spotted grey mould in meat set for caféappal + as (f)oo(d) (rev.); anag.
SecondN. LustedMatins, tee off, bar, horse race: father John has a pleasant Sunday afternoon all roundanag.; pa loo in a PSA
ThirdT. J. MooreyEquine circles in dismay say endlessly horse’s rump isn’t meat to he butchered for a bistroOO in appal sa(y); anag. incl. e
VHCT. AndersonApparently, they of abandoned repute gathered in cocktail site Manet paintedloos in app a a; anag. & lit.; ref. M. painting, ‘A Bar at the Folies-Bergères’; cocktail2;
VHCM. BarkerSite meant for redevelopment as ‘Café Paolo’ unexpectedly cased by a public authority – a breed normally spotted taking someone for a rideanag.; anag. in a PSA
VHCM. BarleyApparent as one heads inside the Spotted Horse bar is its name, quirky and a little alienapp. + loo in as a; anag. + ET
VHCT. C. BorlandRendition of tame set in bar, comprising a couple of empty numbers, dismays a type usually fond of bluegrassanag.; 00 in appals + a
VHCR. DeanPair in shock – it spotted horse meat dished out with stein in bistro00 in appal SA; anag.
VHCN. C. DexterAlmost all in a racy soap op nag tipsily at ‘Time!’ closures of the Rovers Return baral(l) in a + anag.; anag. incl. e, s, n; ref. ‘Coronation Street’
VHCM. GoodliffeApparently Dad’s eating potatoes – horse meat isn’t remarkably full of energy for a dinerap. + aloos in Pa; E in anag.
VHCR. J. HealdParisian friend following French art is enthralled by canvas put up in local café – it’s mounted before a meal, and friend loves ites + ami in tent (rev.); ap pal 00 SA
VHCP. HeffernanStaggering! A Salop OAP spotted horse in meat set out for little caféanag.; anag.
VHCP. F. HendersonFrench café beginning to experiment – it’s meant to be Crazy Horse – apparently almost everyone loves ite + anag.; app al(l) 00 SA; ref. Paris cabaret
VHCR. J. HooperEquus to shock circle, in due course springing up before matinee’s done and heading for theatre barappal + O + so (rev.) + a; anag. + t
VHCP. McKennaNag’s Head to open on second afternoon after dim inmate set alight a barappal o(pen) o’ s a; anag.
VHCC. G. MillinAn addicts’ association stocking alcopops surprisingly, not cocaine or horse – i.e. a TT man’s dodgy baranag. less C in AA; anag.; horse = heroin
VHCR. J. PalmerWherein meat’s cooked trendily and French giving shock to those starting orders of steak and getting horseanag. + in + et; appal + first letters
VHCD. ParfittI am tense performing gymnastics on the bar, horse and rings after shock on second piece of apparatusanag. + t’; appal + OO + s a
VHCN. G. Shippobotham‘Pale with hints of oriental oolong,’ says advert for transporter of Indian mint teas some Europeans order here?appal + first letters; anag. incl. E, & lit.
VHCP. L. StoneBistro’s casseroled meat is pure horse – apparently spiced potato goes with itanag. + net; app. aloo SA
VHCD. H. TompsettI’m Steen at work – here perhaps paint’s applied by one privy to itanag. & lit.; app. a loo SA; ref. Jan S., painter of tavern scenes; paint = piebald horse
VHCA. J. WardropWherein you might see men sit and eat horse, a very soft potato with itanag. & lit.; a pp aloo + SA
VHCM. WelshHorse play as pa and a polo set met in a rough baranag.; anag.
VHCDr M. C. WhelanMashed pap, potato with it, horse meat’s cooked in alien caféanag. + aloo + SA; anag. + in + ET

HCs in competition 1792 awarded to:

D. AppletonV. DixonJ. C. LeylandDr S. J. Shaw
D. & N. AsplandC. M. EdmundsP. LloydD. P. Shenkin
T. BlightmanC. J. EllisI. & G. MacnivenI. Simpson
C. J. BroughamA. S. EverestD. F. ManleyA. Streatfield
Rev Canon C. M. BrounG. I. L. GraftonP. W. MarlowK. Thomas
B. BurtonD. HarrisC. J. MorseMs S. Wallace
D. A. CampbellD. V. HarryR. S. MorseR. J. Whale
D. CarterC. & C. HintonC. OgilvieD. C. Williamson
C. A. ClarkeB. HitmanG. Perry 
D. J. Dare-PlumptonE. C. LanceW. Ransome 
E. DawidB. J. LeatherbarrowM. Sanderson