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  • n. Alternative spelling of quarter horse.


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  • So you take that same story, you change the camel to a quarterhorse, you change the turban to a Stetsonand you have the same story, he says.

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  • Just thinking about TV horse stuff reminded me of a nameless PI series in which one hero buys a race horse, who is of course a nice, stocky quarterhorse.

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  • Shot placement is everything but also the most difficult piece when you finally notice a slobbering, teeth popping, stinking, very much determined sow or boar grizzley bearing down on you at the speed of a quarterhorse.


  • Couy Griffin rides Daisy, a 5-year-old quarterhorse, as Blackjack, a 6-year-old miniature mule, carries gear down Main Street in Beaumont.

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  • (Right) Albert Charles, 82, of Beaumont prepares Bill, a 7-year-old quarterhorse, before the 2nd annual Bill Pickett Trail Ride.

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  • Kristina Roberts of Beaumont cinches the saddle on Joe Pete, an 18-year-old quarterhorse, before the 2nd annual Bill Pickett Trail Ride.

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  • That is like comparing a quarterhorse to a one of the great thoroughbreds.

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  • They'd long for the warm cock of the quarterhorse.

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  • It took seven years of intense genetic engineering research at the University of Kentucky, but Dr William Hahn and his team were finally able to produce the ultimate fast racing quarterhorse. w/pics

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  • Then my wife went to work for her first tycoon, a rich man who also owned quarterhorse race horses and later built the Santa Fe Downs.

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