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  • n. a horse or type of horse used in the equestrian sport of eventing.
  • n. the rider of a horse used in eventing.


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  • Phillips, a successful three-day eventer, is sponsored by Samsung, whose former chief executive Kunhee Lee is South Korea's IOC member and will appear on Pyeongchang's speakers' platform during the hustings.

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  • Nobody—not even myself—had ever seen me as a main eventer, as a guy who could be trusted to represent the best a wrestling promotion had to offer.

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  • By September, The Game had proven his worth over nearly every main eventer SmackDown had to offer.

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  • It's too early to tell, but Aronofsky said former WWE main eventer "Rowdy" Roddy Piper took in a BAFTA screening a week or two ago, and he wept.

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  • I knew I had busted my ass to become a main eventer.


  • I would have been excited to start out as a main eventer when I came in—but I would also have been nervous as hell, probably too nervous to do a good job.


  • This inaugural event, combining showjumping action with a country fair, has been organised by Nina Barbour, who is also a keen eventer and runs a successful livery and eventing yard at Bolesworth Castle, Tattenhall, Cheshire.

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  • That's how you become a main eventer as opposed to an undercard performer.

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  • After months of dreaming up exotic, triple-barreled names worthy of his racehorse heritage and his future as a champion three-day eventer, I called him simply Morning Star.

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  • From the background information Alan had given me, I knew that Claudine™s father was Claude Breitbach, the champion three-day eventer.

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