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  • noun Plural form of steeplechase.

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Examples

  • It is only a coincidence that Kenyans dominate the steeplechases in the Olympics.

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  • My uncle had almost given up hunting and was soon to give it up altogether, and he had once ridden steeplechases and been, his horse-trainer said, the best rider in Connacht.147 He had certainly great knowledge of horses, for I have been told, several counties away, that at Ballina he cured horses by conjuring.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • My uncle had almost given up hunting and was soon to give it up altogether, and he had once ridden steeplechases and been, his horse-trainer said, the best rider in Connacht.147 He had certainly great knowledge of horses, for I have been told, several counties away, that at Ballina he cured horses by conjuring.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • My uncle had almost given up hunting and was soon to give it up altogether, and he had once ridden steeplechases and been, his horse-trainer said, the best rider in Connacht.147 He had certainly great knowledge of horses, for I have been told, several counties away, that at Ballina he cured horses by conjuring.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • My uncle had almost given up hunting and was soon to give it up altogether, and he had once ridden steeplechases and been, his horse-trainer said, the best rider in Connacht.147 He had certainly great knowledge of horses, for I have been told, several counties away, that at Ballina he cured horses by conjuring.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • During the last two, while he was successfully working to2vards his A levels and university entrance, he spent all breaks either riding racehorses - he won three steeplechases

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  • I'd gone back to an empty room in Mrs Wells's house after three (infrequent) wins in steeplechases and had had no one to bounce round the place with, no one to hug and yell with, no one to share the uncontainable joy.

    Penalty

  • George and Jo were pleased enough, and Malcolm, who had been down the track with them to watch one of the other steeplechases from beside one of the jumps, was thoughtful.

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  • It wasn't as if I'd never ridden in races; I had, from sixteen to twenty, first as an amateur, then a professional, during which time I'd won eighty-four steeplechases, twenty-three hurdle races, and wretchedly cursed my unstoppably lengthening body.

    Twice shy

  • My uncle had almost given up hunting and was soon to give it up altogether, and he had once ridden steeplechases and been, his horse-trainer said, the best rider in Connacht.147 He had certainly great knowledge of horses, for I have been told, several counties away, that at Ballina he cured horses by conjuring.

    Autobiographies

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