horse dealer

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He indicated the stud farms at which Nicholas might procure horses, recommended to him a horse dealer in the town and a landowner fourteen miles out of town who had the best horses, and promised to assist him in every way.
Syquia, a New York-based horse dealer, stunned the SEA Games competitions in Malaysia when he came out of nowhere to best two Malaysian bets for the top plum.
Jody Van Gerwen, 27, was an "innocent victim" and had no idea of the plot by horse dealer dad Mari, 52, a court heard.
200 of is PS200 to her a doublebooked in April to was hour Beach for a Beach Horse dealer William Lowther also gave readers a run for their money (in September).
The Buckinghamshire horse dealer had been convicted of rape and sentenced to 15 years' transportation.
In reply to questions, the prisoner informed me he was servant to a horse dealer who lived in Belfast, in Ireland, and that he had been attending Rugeley Great Horse Fair and was on his way home to Ireland, of which he was a native.
He was also a horse dealer, a really shrewd customer and judge of a horse, and a lovely man.
Born and brought up in Bishopton, Stockton on Tees, Ann's involvement with horses started at an early age as her father, Norman Stephenson, was a horse dealer and also helped set up the North East show jumping circuit, along with Bobby Durham and Jimmy Jack.
Besides his early soldiering, Healy experienced numerous other careers: as a prospector, fur trapper, trader, horse dealer, lawman, editor, merchant, politician, and journalist.
I want a horse," he tells the Horse Dealer of Bad Man's Gulch, "an' it's gotta be tough because I'm Desperate Dan.
Georges Bernanos' first novel Under Satan's Sun (Sous le soleil de Satan) from 1926 contains a twenty-page fantastic episode: on his way to a neighbouring village a young priest, Donissan, meets a local horse dealer.
George was a 'Jack of all country trades' spending much time as a horse dealer and also working as a milkman.