- n. Plural form of racehorse.
“Until proven otherwise, I think part of the enjoyment of owning racehorses is to think that your geese are swans.”
“If intense exercise is demanded from affected horses, such as racehorses, IAD can be associated with reduced performance.”
“Andrew Testa/Panos for The Wall Street Journal The artist's devotion to the Platonic ideal of the horse's head, rather than to representations of individual racehorses, readily distinguishes his sculptures.”
“More on Ascot Tina Gaudoin on Style: A Flashy, Positively Ghastly Spectacle A Week at the Races This devotion to the Platonic ideal of the horse's head, rather than to representations of, for example, individual racehorses, readily distinguishes his sculptures from the rather pedestrian, often slightly kitsch, bronzes so often found decorating the houses of "horsey" people.”
“Former racehorses can't speak for themselves, so they survive on the goodwill of a very small but generous group of philanthropist horse lovers.”
“Full Disclosure: Capitol Media Partners has provided strategic communications support for an organization involved in the retirement and care of racehorses.”
“The horse racing community was similarly shaken by recent news reports detailing how the downturned economy has caused a dramatic decrease in financial support for non-profits caring for retired racehorses.”
“But it is obvious that all these fossils are of horses, varying in size from the smallest ponies to the largest racehorses.”
“While the dream of a Derby winner in the Queen's colours was extinguished, the result also showed that Carlton House is one of the most talented racehorses of his generation.”
“Record number of British racehorses being slaughtered for meat exports”
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