from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A light saddle horse of mixed breed developed in Australia and exported to the British military forces in India during the 19th century.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A horse imported from New South Wales; also, any Australian horse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A horse imported from Australia, particularly from New South Wales.
I have alluded to, was a powerful "Waler" which, according to his importer, Mr. Macklin, had won nearly all the jumping prizes in
Waler, the good news is that I have dyed the jacket using Dylon Wash and Dye, and it seems to have worked a treat.
What will be your reaction if the rumors are true and Couric is the next CBS Evening News anchor, occupying the same chair Waler Cronkite sat in?
Waler and sanitation: economic and sociological perspectives.
I was off the Waler and shooting under its neck with my Colt in quick time, and down goes the lead Tartar.
His mates hauled up, unslinging their bows, and I barely had time to leap aside before my Waler was down and thrashing, feathered with shafts.
But the liveliest of twelve-two ponies can do little against the long canter of a Waler.
Almost at the foot of the inhospitable hills, Wee Willie Winkie saw the Waler blunder and come down heavily.
The Waler horses of the Cavalry and Artillery have stood the strain remarkably well, considering the hard work and great exposure they have had to bear, and also that for a considerable time they were entirely deprived of green food.
"Black Waler Mare, 15-1, six years off, up to 14 stones, easy paces, regularly ridden by a lady touched in wind."
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