American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of an American breed of trotting and pacing horses developed especially for harness racing by crossing Thoroughbreds with Morgans and other breeds.
- standard + bred (Wiktionary)
“While the state currently breeds and races thoroughbred and standardbred horses (which are used in harness racing), the report took as a core assumption that the industry "cannot earn enough purse monies on its own to sustain two breeds in the state.”
“The standardbred industry also contributed several million towards Monmouth's experiment.”
“Pushing the issue, Mr. Christie earlier this month vetoed the schedules for standardbred racing and thoroughbred racing.”
“That's the nickname given to a 9-year-old standardbred horse that a...”
“Coleman is a Canadian standardbred trainer who is finally poised to win the race on Thursday with a horse with the Utopian name in this world of Betterthancheddar.”
“One fellow will try to sell his plan to buy, race and sell a standardbred horse, all in 30 days.”
“That's the nickname given to a 9-year-old standardbred horse that a humane society says was left at a northeast Ohio store by an Amish teenager more than two months ago.”
“For the past several years, Dr. Physick-Sheard has been conducting research into the effects of intense exercise on the heart rates and rhythms of racehorses - both standardbred and thoroughbred - at Woodbine and Mohawk racetracks in Ontario.”
“I also rode JB, a standardbred, at a showing event that highlighted former racers.”
“The [standardbred] horsemen might have the benefit of nine racing days, but with the closing of the backstretch facilities on May”
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