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At the Summer Spectacular, the stallion is competing in the 5- and 6-year-old open division, the class for second- and third-year horses.
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As tiny mutations pop up in a stallion’s Y chromosome, they are inherited by all of its future male progeny, allowing geneticists to trace which males came from which paternal line.
The founder and star was John Bill Ricketts, a dashing Scottish horseman, who would ride a stallion round a ring standing in the saddle, with a 9-year-old boy—also standing—on his shoulders.
But this lucky stallion survived with a little help from humans.
With the summer season at Saratoga looming and Tapwrit certain to be in demand as a stallion prospect, the partners are now rolling downhill in a year without any 3-year-old superstars, but with plenty of major races on the horizon.
Steven Sun & Hunter Robbins American Heritage-Delray junior/junior Went 12-0 and won district and regional titles at No. 1 doubles for Stallions, who fell to Gulliver Prep in the Class 2A state semifinals.
Won clinching match at No. 1 singles vs. Pine Crest in state semifinal, helping Stallions to state title.
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Origin and Etymology of stallion
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of stallion for English Language Learners
: an adult male horse and especially one that is used for breeding
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