Recent Examples of equine from the Web
The event benefits Hoof Prints and Heart Beats, a local organization that offers free equine therapy to children and adults with special needs.
Often, such conditions are also experienced by human marathoners and equine athletes.
The euthanized horse had the equine herpes virus, according to Kentucky State Veterinarian Dr. Robert Stout.
The Brock family has hired a private investigator to look into the string of equine slayings while the sheriff’s office conducts its criminal investigation.
Jacqueline Mars, heiress to the Mars candy fortune, is one of the biggest backers of eventing, a sort of equine triathlon that involves dressage and a pair of jumping tests.
To celebrate Giles’s 30th birthday, Rago planned the most over-the-top, equine day in London, where ponies and polo are part of the royal culture.
Perhaps the easiest dark nebula to identify is the Horsehead Nebula, which takes its name from its equine-like silhouette.
Like many tracks Gulfstream prudently sold some of its equine soul to share its stage with a casino, yes, but the Pegasus reminds that horse racing remains the track’s heartbeat.
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First Known Use: 1776See Words from the same year
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