Definition of 'all-weather'
Example sentences containing 'all-weather'
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It allows horses to work at varying speeds, from trot to canter on an all-weather track. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's won on the all-weather and this track should suit him. The Sun (2016)Our horses train on all-weather gallops and barely encounter anything soft until they hit a racecourse. The Sun (2007)Perhaps all-weather surfaces are better than grass after all! The Sun (2011)The three all-weather courses offered surprisingly varied challenges. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)Thousands who use all-weather pitches for games were told to stump up the levy. The Sun (2012)Yet all-weather racing has many things going for it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her pedigree suggests the all-weather surface should not be a problem. The Sun (2011)There was also a small all-weather football pitch. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)He is bred to like this all-weather surface. The Sun (2011)Turf management has come a long way but do not imagine those at all-weather tracks have it easy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His two victories last year came on the sand and all-weather horses often go well at this track. The Sun (2014)There is a clear case for an all-weather track farther north than Southwell. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yet all-weather racing still projects a dividing line between the haves and the have-nots. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was prolific on the sand in the winter and all-weather horses often go well at Ascot. The Sun (2014)The jail has an all-weather football pitch, sports hall and gym. The Sun (2016)Before all-weather racing, the action would have dried up completely this last week. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He is clearly useful and all-weather horses often go well at Ascot. The Sun (2014)Today's all-weather surface is likely to bring out the best in him. The Sun (2011)Good spread of pitches, including all-weather. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And tonight sees the launch of his 2 million all-weather racing revolution. The Sun (2013)She failed to act on the different all-weather surface at Southwell. The Sun (2012)It's all done on all-weather surfaces. The Sun (2008)As well as a new gym, four accommodation blocks have been built plus an all-weather sports pitch and adult learning centre. The Sun (2011)His two previous wins had come on the all-weather and horses that do well on sand often show their best turf form at Ascot. The Sun (2015)I don't like all-weather racing. The Sun (2014)
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