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  • n. Plural form of standardbred.


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  • While the swells liked the thoroughbreds, the blue-collar crowd, which was legion in Michigan, was drawn to the standardbreds of harness racing. - Local

  • "The savings associated with running thoroughbreds strictly at Monmouth and standardbreds at the Meadowlands will help close the 2010 budget gap at the NJSEA," added Robinson.


  • In the off-season Jackson was busy training gator horses in Mississippi and purchased some standardbreds. Top Stories

  • Fielding has won many big races with his standardbreds, including two Breeders 'Crown events at Woodbine last fall, but the Cup has eluded him. - Home Page

  • The quality of horses has increased as a result, say those who work at the track, because owners are willing to spend more on their standardbreds. - News

  • The names of 42 standardbreds who perished in a barn fire have been compiled by the Ohio Harness Racing Horsemen's Association. Headlines

  • Retired standardbreds and thoroughbreds have run downs hoodlums in Newark, thwarted car thieves in Richmond, Va., and patrolled the streets of Omaha, Neb.


  • Guagliardo said that EHARNESS wouldn't exist without his passion for standardbreds.


  • "Being around standardbreds, I have a large amount of respect for what they can do and for what they've done for the people who use them to make a living."


  • The livestock will include horses (standardbreds, Belgians and Percherons), cows (Holstein,

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