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  • n. a fixed horizontal rail to which a horse can be hitched to prevent it from straying


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  • When he reached the street, he untied his horse from the hitchrack and swung onto the saddle.

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  • Benteen split away from Woolie, Zeke, and Bob Vernon as they turned their horses into the hitchrack in front of the land office.

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