The King: Recently we had a big tournament, worth being immortalized in the chronicles of my kingdom. Unfortunately, the court scribe misplaced the record of the final event, and we need to restore it. Three knights advanced to the finals: sir Alynore, sir Boras and sir Curtis. In the finals, each of them fought each other once, for a total of three duels. Go talk to them, and reconstruct the events of the finals.
(1.1) In the first duel I defeated the knight in red armor.
(1.2) In the second duel the knight on piebald horse lost to the knight in black armor.
(1.3) In the third duel I defeated sir Boras.
(2.1) In the first duel the knight in red armor has beaten the knight on chestnut horse.
(2.2) In the second duel I was beaten by sir Alynore.
(2.3) In the third duel I have beaten the knight in black armor.
(3.1) In the first duel the knight in red armor fought the knight on palomino horse.
(3.2) In the second duel I won against sir Boras.
(3.3) In the third duel I won against the knight in gold armor.
Puzzled, you return to the King, who says:
I see you've already met my knights? Alas, none of them is fully reliable in his reports. One of them is a liar, and his stories always have something that is not true. Another we call sir Boast-a-Lot: he always claims that he has won all his duels, but other than that, he’s accurate. The accounts of the third one are always true, with one exception: he is new to the court, and he can never get any names right. Does that help you to sort out the story?
Reconstruct the finals: the colors of each knight's horse and armor, the participants and the winner of each duel, and which knight can be trusted to what extent.