buckhound

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buckhound

(ˈbʌkˌhaʊnd)
n
(Breeds) a hound, smaller than a staghound, used for hunting the smaller breeds of deer, esp fallow deer
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UAE Prince failed to rule the roost in the Buckhounds Stakes at Ascot.
More used to giving out Ascot prizes than receiving them are the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, whose Carntop contests the Listed Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes.
50) can take his next step up the ladder in the Buckhounds.
On Ascot's Victoria Cup undercard WILD HACKED is progressing at a rate of knots and is well worth his place in the line-up for the Listed Buckhounds Stakes (2.
the member of a hunt who is designated to supervise the kennels and hunting arrangements, as master of beagles, master of buckhounds, master of foxhounds, master of harriers, etc.
ASCOT ARMY: Elite Army ridden by Liverpool FC fan William Buick beats Scotland and Jim Crowley to win the Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes at Ascot Racecourse yesterday.
Elite Army added his name to a Hardwicke Stakes bulging with top recruits by confirming his liking for the course with a triumph in the Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes.
Looking up "Wodde" in appendix 5, "Biographical Sketches," reveals he was George Wood, Sergeant of the Buckhounds, who answered to the Master of the Buckhounds under the supervision of the Master of the Horse in the Queen's Household (appendix 3, "Offices and Occupations").
Area FifTy one should be given ANOTHER chance aT LisTed level in The Carey Group Buckhounds STAKES.
Roger Varian is anticipating a bold bid from Ektihaam, who won the Buckhounds Stakes over the course and distance before slipping up in the Hardwicke Stakes at the Royal meeting.
Ultimately a little disappointing at three, he seemed to be transformed by a gelding operation as he followed an impressive third to Group One performer Al Kazeem at Sandown by winning the Buckhounds Stakes at Ascot by six lengths.