KYBO


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AcronymDefinition
KYBOKeep Your Bowels Open
KYBOKnock Your Block Off (game)
KYBOKaukauna Youth Band Organization (Wisconsin)
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KYBO is listed in recent editions of Collins English Dictionary where it is defined thus:
Immediately on our arrival we were shown the toilet block and instructed that we were to refer to it as the KYBO, which was an acronym for "Keep your bowels open" although I don't recall the term acronym actually being used.
He will be remembered above all for the fairytale victory of Aldaniti under Bob Champion in the 1981 Grand National and he also trained top-class hurdler Kybo, Champion Chase winner Deep Sensation and dual Mackeson victor Bradbury Star, as well as Approaching, Shady Deal and Door Latch.
12.48 (435m): Mill Tia, Lady Kybo, Legend Beauty, Winchcome Lady, Mimi's Hawk (M), Daleroad Music (W).
Kybo Bad luck and injuries prevented Kybo from demonstrating his true ability, but that didn't prevent Gifford from describing the winner of 14 races as probably the classiest horse he trained.
8.42 (435m): Drumscraw Man, Lady Kybo, Folayno Lucas (M), Lassana Mein (M), Hawksnest Mark (M), Nama (W).
9.00 (435m): Dalton Bluemagic, Lady Kybo, Toggle Danny, Cashen Shanghai (m), Hollygate Sonic (m), Drumscraw Joe (m).
His injury wasn't the lowest point for me during that time, though, because when Kybo was killed at Ascot I really felt like packing everything in.
8.26 (480m Handicap): Lowerback Bullet (12), Lady Kybo (11), Casey's Jumper (5), Coratal (2), Gangster Style (1), Skywalker Kitty (W) (Scr).
You know old age is catching up when you follow a talented young trainer like Nick Gifford, and you can remember backing horses like Door Latch, Vodkatini and Kybo, who were brilliantly handled by his father, Josh.
The grandstand, in fawn-beige, is not named after a mis-spelt frog on The Muppet Show, but after Isidore Kerman, Fontwell's former owner, who lived to a great age, possibly helped by following his mother's advice, enshrined in Kerman's horse Kybo. If you're puzzled, keep your bowels open.