Recent Examples of racehorse from the Web
Two baby goats named Addison and Clark by village employees who are diehard Cubs fans live here with a miniature horse named Ariel and two former harness racehorses.
Somerville Co., and an owner and breeder of thoroughbred racehorses on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, died June 20 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md.
The government seized two racehorses, vehicles, jewelry, artwork and cash totaling approximately $650,000 from the couple, but officials said more than $20 million was directly lost by investors.
Whereas the Arabian and Turkoman lines have long been known to have contributed to the iconic English Thoroughbred racehorse, other breeds like the Lipizzan and Franches-Montagnes weren’t known to have these influences, Bailey says.
The Queen also has private collections of valuable art, furniture and jewelry, which Forbes estimates at $110 million, and multiple racehorse stud farms.
Now, Blanc is back for Royal Ascot -- serving up his five-star cuisine in The Panoramic restaurant as some of the world's richest racehorses battle it out for glory on the turf.
At that point, ratings were still in the toilet, oil prices were plummeting, and rumor had it that the new Emir preferred spending his money on thoroughbred racehorses.
Founded in 1962, Kmart has struggled in a retail environment that has been profoundly altered over the past generation by the expansion of Wal-Mart and the racehorse growth of online players such as Amazon.com.
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Definition of racehorse for English Language Learners
: a horse that is bred and trained for racing
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