Those who know Richard "Bingo" Little recognize him as a sportsman to his fingertips. He cherishes nothing, his fellow Drones know, more dearly than a tip straight from the horse's mouth--nothing, that is, except the sweet smile of some coquette.
These competing passions collided during Goodwood last year. Bingo set out determined to apply his infallible new science of handicapping, certain of gaining untold riches and leaving the bookies licking their wounds. His resolve didn't survive the first race, however, when either Angela, Bettina, Cornelia, Dahlia, Edina, or Fiona (he can no longer recall just which) suggested he choose her favorite horse. Each of these girls recommended a choice--Harlot's Sorrow, Indomitable, Javanese, Kleaver, Latent Tensions, or Motivational--for each of the first six races, and Bingo's money quickly followed.
Surprisingly, Bingo finished the day ahead, despite the unorthodox method of distributing his funds. Three winning bets more than compensated for his losses on the remaining three races.
After the races, he sat with a glass at his side attempting to recreate the curious events of the day. From these eight clues, can you help him remember which girl suggested which horse in each race, and whether each bet was a winner or a loser?