high stepper


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Noun1.high stepper - a horse trained to lift its feet high off the ground while walking or trotting
Equus caballus, horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
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The third annual event took place at the Doug Ellis Sports Centre in Perry Barr and the children, who all have either physical disabilities or learning difficulties, competed in games such as the high stepper, javelin, target throw and relay races.
The two-day event, in association with the Birmingham Competition Development Team, took place at the Doug Ellis Sports Centre in Perry Barr and the children, who all have either physical disabilities or learning difficulties, competed in games such as the high stepper, javelin, target throw and relay races.
ON THE RUN: Children enjoy a game of tag rugby, above, tackling a speed, agility and quickness ladder, left, and throwing a welly for fun, right; JUMP TO IT: Kieran Ashton gives it his all in the standing triple jump, left, and Max Lemanczyk looks good as he takes part in speed bouncing, below Pictures by ANGIE WEALL; AGAINST THE CLOCK: Jonathan Whiteside on the high stepper, left; CATCH IT: Tag rugby, below, was a popular game at this multi-skills festival at Laurence Jackson School in Guisborough; WORK IT: Becky McDonald on the speed, agility and quickness ladder, below
The Lancaster Unique High Stepper Drill Team's worst fears were confirmed Saturday, when members learned that 16-year-old De Janette Dixon died earlier in the week of sickle cell anemia.
We had a high stepper called Jinx and once it ran off while one of my uncles was delivering bread.
The answer, as more than one high stepper like D'Souza has found, is race.