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“He had previously, as a bored young officer in England after Military Academy graduation, participated in fox hunting and ultimately, steeple-chasing where he won not a few competitions and cups -- developing a demeanor and attitude that was seen to be 'utterly fearless.”
“He has since devoted his time to billiards, steeple-chasing, and the turf.”
“VICKERS: Well, when Robert talks about the steeple-chasing of the duke of Windsor and that was a great danger, and I was surprised that he takes such a strong line about it.”
“Didn't my wanting to talk to one of the top brass of steeple-chasing convince them, I wanted to know?”
“If I refused point-blank, without explanation, to let Palindrome run in the race, my permit to ride would be withdrawn, and that would be the end of my steeple-chasing.”
“Prodigal Son was in his youth, how he was given to boating and steeple-chasing, and staying out nights and worrying the old father, until finally he ran away.”
“Great at steeple-chasing also, but too heavy for the flat -- else he'd been a jockey and nothing else.”
“You hit his jaw very bad in Germany, and now you've annexed his private file, and I guess it's important or he wouldn't have been so mighty set on steeple-chasing over those roofs.”
“Whether you take him in his earlier manner, in the "Charles O'Malley" vein of adventure, fox-hunting, steeple-chasing, Peninsular fighting, or in his later more intellectual studies of shady financiers, needy political adventurers, and the whole generation of usurers and blacklegs, he is always good; but alas and alas, he is never good enough.”
“Harold Jupp was drawing a distinction between flat racing and steeple-chasing, Mr. Albany Todd," Sir Chichester suavely explained.”
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