from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A mare used for breeding.
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- n. a stud mare, a female horse used for breeding
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a female horse used for breeding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mare kept for breeding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a female horse used for breeding
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The Epsom prize money was more than enough to cover the fee, though, while Dancing Rain's value as a broodmare would also increase significantly if she could become a dual Classic winner.
It got this way when he was a foal and was either in a brawl with another foal, or, was corrected harshly by his mother or another broodmare.
"If we can get slots up and running in Maryland, we'll be able to attract new, young stallions," said Northview co-owner Tom Bowman, watching a broodmare clad in booties and his 20-year-old stallion squeal and neigh.
I had always assumed that most racehorses retired to a life as a stud or broodmare, or were sold at high prices as sport horses.
A few years ago, Marc's Lark, a broodmare at Buttonwood Farm in Rhinebeck, NY, delivered a filly early in the evening.
By now, Jenny, and the staff of the broodmare barn, Jill, Jo and I, were hunkering down for a long, intense recovery for the filly.
He shined as a sire of broodmares and was among the top 10 leading North American broodmare sires for the last eight years.
Ms. Personal Ensign, trained by Shug McGaughey, won 13 times out of 13 starts and accrued more than $1.6 million in purses before pursuing a successful career as a broodmare.
Last year, the stud's elite broodmare band produced five fillies, which will be spread among various training establishments.
Two new $450,000 broodmare barns house 77 mares and 45 foals; a third barn is on the way.