Recent Examples of equine from the Web
The counties are home to more than 26,000 equine animals (horses, mules and donkeys), according to the Sonoma Horse Council.
Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Facility based in Georgetown, and the Equo Vitae Foundation have joined together on a line of specialty coffees inspired by these and other equine athletes.
In this exclusive clip from episode four of season three, Jamie finds that the human residents at Helwater are a million times more troublesome than the equine ones.
Yesterday @DaviePolice tweeted information about how residents of the equine community could care for their horses during the storm.
She’d been tipped off by members of the Highveld Horse Care Unit, an equine welfare group.
Will our favorite equine actor be able to rebound in Season 4?
Hooves & Paws, a pet and equine supply store in Oconomowoc, has moved to a larger location in order to provide more products.
The Dogpound found Taylor Hill toning in the company of her own furry friend, while Gigi Hadid opted for some equine company, along with a topknot and a good read.
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Origin and Etymology of equine
First Known Use: 1776See Words from the same year
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