Caption Contest Winners

The Silver Bullet Edition OTB Caption ContestTM is now over.

(AP Photo/Police Handout)

The Winners:

First: BitheadI swear there was a naked girl in here a minute ago.

Second: AtorYou can lead a horse to water but it’s the rider that gets drunk at the pub…

Third: Michael – Warning Label: “Operate your Horse only in an open, well ventilated space as fumes can cause serious illness or death. Keep away from open flames or sparks.”

Honorable Mention:

charles austinMongo picked the wrong horse to punch this time.

MarkNo sense beating a dead horse man…

GollumHorse: “Hay!”

BitheadApparently, someone helped Jack off his horse.

Timmer – Once again the rumor that Kevin Aylward and Rodney Dill are the same person ran rampant through the internet.

Rodney’s Bottom of The Barrel

Don Imus’ next chance at a radio show salvaged his career due to his award winning contest — “Horse, Jack-Ass, or John Kerry.”

the new Geico ad — “So Simple Even A Horse Can Do It” — was also a miserable failure

Lessons in marketing — Godiva Savings and Loans found themselves facing financial ruin for only employing one-half of the iconic pair.

Eventually Ned was glad he’d received a Quarter-horse in change instead of five Buffalo nickels.

Unfortunately for the Lone Ranger, Silver had never been trained in the Heimlich Maneuver

DRUDGEBREAKING: Rosie O’Donnell seen leaving ABC after salary negotiations brokedown. Rosie wanted a yet undisclosed amount per appearance on ‘The View.’ ABC stated her value was a load of horse hooey. In her haste to depart Rosie inadvertantly stomped the visiting Donald Trump to death. Developing…

The Monday Contest has already outsourced the job.

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Rodney Dill
About Rodney Dill
Rodney is an IT Implementation Consultant in the Motor City and working within the Automotive Industry. He contributed to OTB from November 2004 until retiring in July 2017, hosting some 1200 OTB Caption Contests.


  1. Bithead says:

    Attribute the win to a Bit of Horse sense.