Welcome to another installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the weekly gallery that's always horsing around. Here we have a wily trainer mugging with Champion Hurdle entry My Tent Or Yours (left) and defending Gold Cup champ Bobs Worth (right) in Lambourn, England.
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A ski resort in Shenyang, China figures it hit on a winning recipe for drumming up business: Take one model, add one swimsuit and one equine and stir into a beauty contest.
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Catcher's mutt: The dog days of the baseball season arrived early in Arizona where the Milwaukee Brewers backstop is hanging out with Hank, a stray pooch who became the team's new spring training mascot.
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Yes, spring training is here and the Texas Rangers' skipper is urging his minions to flush their bad memories of last season.
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A fastball in Kristopher Negron's kitchen wound up in the glove of Cleveland Indians' right fielder Carlos Moncrief during a Cactus League game against the Red of Cincinnati in Goodyear, Ariz. (That rather arresting wall display is actually an advertisement for a local homebuilder.)
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Meryl Davis and Charlie White
The beloved Olympic ice dancing duo discovered there are valuable prizes in every box of their favorite breakfast cereal...
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Dyer Pettijohn and Gracie Gold
The intrepid high school senior is famously wooing the Olympic figure skater with nosegays and a YouTube prom proposal. According to at least one Tweet from the Olympian, Pettijohn's overtures melted her cold, cold heart.
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Shaq O'Neal and Jimmy Fallon
Keeping 'em in stitches: The former NBA star and the zany new <italics>Tonight Show</italics> host compared tailors on the Feb. 25 edition of the show.
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These happy participants in the annual 3.5k jaunt in China's Olympic Forest Park did not skirt the issue of the thick smog blanketing Beijing. Some of them brought along fashion accessories such as gas masks.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.
NASCAR's most popular driver is on a roll with the 2014 Sprint Cup season only two races old. Here he stopped to distribute some autographed headgear to the adoring ranks of Junior Nation at Scholz Garten in Austin, Texas.
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Auto racing fan
A heady tribute to the late Dale Earnhardt Sr. during the Daytona 500.
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In other racing news, Syracuse's revered hoops coach blew a gasket after an official had the audacity to make an offensive charge call against Boeheim's beloved Orange in the waning seconds of their game against Duke in Durham, N.C. The Blue Devils ended up winning, 66-60, and the coach was given the heave-ho during a regular season tilt for the first time in his storied career.
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The first-ever Olympic ski halfpipe gold medalist celebrated his grand achievement by schlepping to Disneyland with his spouse Alexandra and their two-year-old moppet Nayeli, who didn't seem too perturbed by the sheer size of the rodents that were brazenly running wild on the grounds.
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The high-flying UFC middleweight is training in Cartagena, Colombia, for his upcoming bout against a scarecrow, which we preview here with musical accompaniment.
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Martin Truex Jr.
Fun fact: NASCAR drivers often engage in a little sodbusting on the side.
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NRL trial match action
A quick-thinking censor kept this photo safe for family viewing after a streaker invaded the pitch during the Brisbane Broncos vs. New Zealand Warriors tilt at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand.
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Digital age hardware: We can't quite put our finger on why this NME Award for Best Music Festival (Glastonbury) is vaguely insulting...
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Olympic 50k cross-country inaction
Just like you, Russian medalists Maxim Vylegzhanin (silver), bronze medalist Ilia Chernousov (bronze) and Alexander Legkov (gold) have completed another grueling gallery.
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