harness horse


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har′ness horse`


n.
1. a horse used for pulling vehicles.
2. a horse used in harness racing.
[1885–90]

Harness horse

A bench with a pair of jaws for holding and clamping leather parts while they were being sewed together.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Harness horse - horse used for pulling vehiclesharness horse - horse used for pulling vehicles  
Equus caballus, horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
cob - stocky short-legged harness horse
hackney - a compact breed of harness horse
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The property features a casino and pari-mutuel gaming experience that includes approximately 3,170 gaming devices, 74 table games, 11 poker tables, and a 5/8 mile harness horse racetrack with a 500-seat grandstand.
He also founded the Birmingham Harness Horse Society which presented the Birmingham Horse Parade for eight years at Canon Hill Park, which at one time had 140 working horses and their industrial vehicles turn out.
MTR owns and operates Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort in Chester, WV, Presque Isle Downs & Casino in Erie, PA, and owns and operates Scioto Downs, a harness horse racing facility in Columbus, OH.
We will have harness horse in it (vehicle) to make it run.
Six men armed with knives targeted Mr Welch as he stood near a beer tent at the Harness Horse Trials at Holme Farm.
The 40-year-old victim was standing by a beer tent when he was attacked at the Harness Horse Trials in Appleby, Cumbria, on Monday.
The 40-year-old from Yarm was attending the Harness Horse Trials at Holme Farm in Appleby when he was attacked by up to six men, who later fled the scene.
One night - I'm sure this is a true memory because I can still see him sweeping round the field as smoothly as if he was on rails - I witnessed the greatest harness horse of all time, the mighty New Zealander Cardigan Bay, who won the Inter-Dominion trotting championship and then went to America and beat the Yanks just as easily.
A distinctive feature of North farms was the gin gang, used to harness horse power to work farm machinery, and farm conversions often make good use of these.
Eight-year-old Lewis will be the youngest coach driver at the first Harness Horse Parade in Pontypridd this summer.