Definition of 'racehorse'
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Former racehorses are in back stables. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The long-time racehorse owner is in the process of moving all his jumpers into the yard. The Sun (2016)Owners of great racehorses are like the best boxers. The Sun (2012)Nowhere is that more important than buying racehorses. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Statistics show modern racehorses are running faster and faster. The Sun (2006)Could it be this great racehorse is now a lesser light of former days? The Sun (2010)It buys and sells racehorses and breeding stock worldwide. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She is a racehorse bred to run. The Sun (2016)He confided that he wanted to buy a racehorse or two of his own. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)That's the way with great racehorses. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She talked about the great racehorses of the past, and of possible victories yet to come. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Millions in the bank would let you sample any new sport - or buy that amazing racehorse. The Sun (2014)I have tried to get good racehorses for so long. The Sun (2015)A truly great racehorse got the trainer he deserved. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Although if you have any spare cash to cover running costs remember racehorses for lease are out there - free. The Sun (2009)Are racehorses a good investment? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Imagine you buy a racehorse. The Sun (2012)Football managers lose their jobs for less but racehorse trainers work in a different environment, where downturns can be utterly beyond their control. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Maybe a super-rich racehorse owner? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Happy days. Less than happy days lie ahead for racehorse owners. The Sun (2010)Along the way they crossed their fingers for Australia, knowing one great racehorse can make a season. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Equally, many racehorses can run over six furlongs and ten, but far fewer can win at both. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Until then, he will keep playing in a band, run his racehorses and surf when the weather permits. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Britain's dwindling number of racehorse owners are not getting value for money, the leader of the industry acknowledged yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'racehorse'
British English: racehorse /ˈreɪsˌhɔːs/ NOUN
A racehorse is a horse that is trained to run in races.
- American English: racehorse
- Arabic: حِصَانُ السَّبَاق
- Brazilian Portuguese: cavalo de corrida
- Chinese: 赛马
- Croatian: trkaći konj
- Czech: dostihový kůň
- Danish: væddeløbshest
- Dutch: racepaard
- European Spanish: caballo de carreras
- Finnish: ravihevonen
- French: cheval de course
- German: Rennpferd
- Greek: άλογο ιπποδρομιών
- Italian: cavallo da corsa
- Japanese: 競走馬
- Korean: 경주말
- Norwegian: veddeløpshest
- Polish: koń wyścigowy
- European Portuguese: cavalo de corridas
- Romanian: cal de curse
- Russian: скаковая лошадь
- Spanish: caballo de carreras
- Swedish: kapplöpningshäst
- Thai: ม้าแข่ง
- Turkish: yarış atı
- Ukrainian: скаковий кінь
- Vietnamese: ngựa đua
Definition of racehorse from the Collins English Dictionary
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