easy as one-two-three

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be (as) easy as one-two-three

To be extremely easy, simple, or intuitive; to require very little skill or effort. (Sometimes used with the numbers spelled out ("one-two-three") or written numerically ("123" or "1-2-3").) After so many years as an accountant, doing taxes is as easy as one-two-three for me. Boy, that test was easy as 1-2-3!
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easy as one-two-three

Extremely easy. Come on, give me a hard one! These equations are easy as one-two-three!
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Ravi Tikkoo 83 owner of Hunza Dancer & Kala Dancer; Dhruba Selvaratnam 68 three-time UAE champion trainer; John Smith 81 former clerk of the course at Newcastle & York; Jack Ramsden (pictured) 77 jointowner of Nuclear Debate; David Brady 66 owner of Cairn Rouge; Gerry Gracey 65 rider of Colonel Christy Please notify birthday greetings to us at least one week before publication HORSE PLAY ANSWERS Easy as 1-2-3 1.
Henri Samani 73 rider of Kalamoun & Blushing Groom; Fergal Lynch 40 rider of Kris Kin & Mondialiste; Paul Gatt (pictured) 39 four-time champion jockey in Adelaide; Peter Bloomfield 57 rider of Per Quod & Beau Sher; Christopher Hall 82 Jockey Club member; Juliet Slot 50 commercial director at Ascot; Ilona Barnett 46 general manager at Stratford; John Dodds 75 former Alnwick trainer; Henry Rix 53 former champion tipster HORSE PLAY ANSWERS Easy as 1-2-3 1.
Harry Skelton (pictured) 28 rider of Niche Market & Al Ferof; Andrew Rosen 61 owner of Chief 's Crown & Icon Project; Jeremy Scott 56 trainer of Gone To Lunch & Melodic Rendezvous; Colin Astbury 66 rider of Pattered & Barbecue; Kieran O'Neill 30 rider of Hawaafez & Annunciation; Karen Rogers 55 leading US woman jockey 1979 & 1980; Simon Balding 45 co-owner of Throckmorton Court Stud; Cliff Woof 61 former agent to Frankie Dettori; David Yates 49 Newsboy of the Daily Mirror HORSE PLAY ANSWERS Easy as 1-2-3 1.
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Easy as 1-2-3 1 Name the French-trained winner of the 2003 Peterborough Chase.