duky

dookie

slang Feces. You better pick up this dog dookie before someone comes along and steps in it.

duky

(ˈduki)
n. feces. (Originally black and primarily juvenile. Possibly from the juvenile euphemism duty = job = bowel movement.) Mommy, there’s duky in Jimmy’s diaper.
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D Andrew Reid solicitor; trainer of David's Duky and Eccentric 4.
Her mount had a real battle with Jimmys Duky from six out and, after being headed three from home, regained the initiative halfway up the run-in to win, going away by four lengths.
Barton Sun has been in good Form this term and put up a decent performance at Newcastle when he defeated Jimmys Duky by a length and a half in January.
Graham Lee made smooth progress two out and booted the 3-1 shot to a one-and-a-half-length call from Jimmys Duky.
But he put that unfortunate experience behind him by giving Red Man a confident ride to beat Jimmys Duky by 24 lengths in the two-mile test.
The festival now beckons for the former winning Irish point-to-pointer, who, being from the family of top hunter Rolls Rambler and Eider Chase winner David's Duky, could one day prove a live National horse.
Barton Sun has been in good form and put up a decent performance at Newcastle when he defeated Jimmys Duky by a length and a half in January.
The 7-4 favourite took advantage of a bad error from Jimmys Duky at the final fence to grind out a length-and-a-quarter triumph over Marshall Hall.
Jimmys Duky seems to be getting his act together and his Newcastle fourth to Mr Prickle from 6lb out of the handicap wasn't a bad effort.
The chestnut, who shares his sire with the great Moscow Flyer and, like that horse, is out of a Duky mare, was bought by Peria Stud man Pat Connell on behalf of owner Pat Betts.
Gino Carenza was always handy on the diminutive gelding as Jimmys Duky made the running with Zibeline, the 10-11 favourite, held up on the inside.
He should win races in due course as should Jimmys Duky who has shown ability in two starts this term and is one to bear in mind when he goes into novice handicaps.
1978 Buckskin, who has been sent to Peter Walwyn's this year from France by owner-breeder Daniel Wildenstein, wins at the second attempt for his new yard as Yves Saint-Martin brings him home three lengths clear of Duky and Alfred Gibert in the Prix du Cadran at Longchamp.