Monday Quiz

Keeping Stock has a Monday Quote, The Hand Mirror has Monday Funday .

This is the first of what may or may not be a regular Monday Quiz.

1. What’s the name of the mother of Dog’s pups in Footrot Flats?

2. Who wrote Backblocks Baby Doctor?

3. Where was Phar Lap born?

4. Who said,” No-one would remember the Good Samaritan if he’d only had good intentions. He had money as well.”?

5. The Corriedale was the result of crossing which breeds of sheep?

The first to answer all five correctly gets the glory, the judge’s decision isn’t final, correspondence may or may not be entered in to.

5 Responses to Monday Quiz

  1. PaulL says:

    I’m going with Jess for the Dog’s pups.
    No idea on backblocks doctor.
    Phar Lap was born in NZ (is that enough?)
    No idea on the next one.
    The corriedale – Perindale and Romney?

    (I could look these up using Google, but that would seem to be cheating, and take most of the fun out of the game)


  2. homepaddock says:

    Yes to Jess.

    You’re right about NZ for Phar Lap’s birthplace but I was looking for the exact location.


  3. Deborah says:

    The only answer I knew for sure was (1) – Jess.

    And I think you need one rule – no google!


  4. gravedodger says:

    1 jess
    2 doris gordon
    3 temuka
    4 ?
    5 english liecster or lincoln with merino then line bred


  5. PaulL says:

    Damn, I knew I’d seen the Good Samaritan quote somewhere recently. I should have remembered that. Google is my friend….

    I won’t answer though , someone else might be still having fun with this 🙂 If no answers tomorrow I’ll do it.


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