- n. alternative spelling of quarter horse.
“So you take that same story, you change the camel to a quarterhorse, you change the turban to a Stetsonand you have the same story, he says.”
“Just thinking about TV horse stuff reminded me of a nameless PI series in which one hero buys a race horse, who is of course a nice, stocky quarterhorse.”
“Shot placement is everything but also the most difficult piece when you finally notice a slobbering, teeth popping, stinking, very much determined sow or boar grizzley bearing down on you at the speed of a quarterhorse.”
“Couy Griffin rides Daisy, a 5-year-old quarterhorse, as Blackjack, a 6-year-old miniature mule, carries gear down Main Street in Beaumont.”
“(Right) Albert Charles, 82, of Beaumont prepares Bill, a 7-year-old quarterhorse, before the 2nd annual Bill Pickett Trail Ride.”
“Kristina Roberts of Beaumont cinches the saddle on Joe Pete, an 18-year-old quarterhorse, before the 2nd annual Bill Pickett Trail Ride.”
“That is like comparing a quarterhorse to a one of the great thoroughbreds.”
“They'd long for the warm cock of the quarterhorse.”
“It took seven years of intense genetic engineering research at the University of Kentucky, but Dr William Hahn and his team were finally able to produce the ultimate fast racing quarterhorse. w/pics”
“Then my wife went to work for her first tycoon, a rich man who also owned quarterhorse race horses and later built the Santa Fe Downs.”
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