Definition of 'blinker'
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That came when wearing blinkers for the first time. The Sun (2016)If the blinkers he wears for the first time do the trick he should go close. The Sun (2017)The cheekpieces he wears instead of blinkers would have to have a big effect if he is to land his first race of the season. The Sun (2016)This past weekend has shown once again how firmly those blinkers are fitted. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is well weighted returned to this surface with the blinkers back on. The Sun (2015)He has been transformed by blinkers and is unexposed over this distance. The Sun (2012)The gelding will be wearing blinkers or a visor for the first time. Times, Sunday Times (2007) The blinkers he wore for the first time seemed to have worked. The Sun (2013)Or are you just putting blinkers on this situation? The Sun (2011)His improved jumps form has come since being fitted with blinkers. The Sun (2013)He can go well with the blinkers back on. The Sun (2006)The blinkers he wears for the first time should do the trick. The Sun (2013)Players learn from each other and the moment you put the blinkers on is when you stop learning. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If the blinkers he wears for the first time help his jumping he could easily take a hand. The Sun (2015)You're not a horse with blinkers. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)The first-time blinkers and dreadful ground seemed to do the trick. The Sun (2010)He has plummeted down the weights and can thrive for first-time blinkers. The Sun (2010)Another time he used blinkers at the last moment, unannounced. The Sun (2009)Decent ground suits and first-time blinkers can help too. The Sun (2011)He won twice for today's rider last summer and the blinkers are back on. The Sun (2016)This distance will be more to his liking and he is likely to improve again in first-time blinkers. The Sun (2011)The blinkers are back on for this drop in distance but he might just be better suited to Flat racing. The Sun (2012)I went out there with a clear head and the horse blinkers on to try to do my job and to do it well. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He'd earlier been transformed by blinkers and made all the running to score at Haydock. The Sun (2010)The Pipe team don't fit blinkers to their horses as guesswork. The Sun (2009)Smiles For Miles has been transformed by blinkers and is sure to go close if he stays the distance. The Sun (2015)The extra six furlongs of this race will suit and, with blinkers fitted for the first time, he can spring a surprise. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Searching for a physical identity now, I feel like a horse wearing blinkers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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