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(Horse Racing) a horse race in which the winner must be offered for sale at auction
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Noun1.selling race - a horse race in which the winning horse must be put up for auction
horse race - a contest of speed between horses; usually held for the purpose of betting
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A PS10,000 handicap was big money for Leicester, but it was the humble selling race that really caught the kids' imagination.
Tenders are invited for water sports equipment Selling Race management Fifth call
It is unusual to see a horse dropped into a selling race on only his second run, but General Potempkin showed some ability first time out and he may be the answer in the 3.
The first ever race meeting held at Yarridge Heights above the town was on April 23, 1890, when the card consisted of six Hunter Chases, including one selling race with a first prize of 35 sovereigns.
Treasure The Ridge has a long way to go before he reaches such lofty heights, but the horse can do no wrong since being bought out of a selling race.
Market Cross Jewellers put their name to a handicap contest over one mile and a quarter, while the afternoon's selling race is named in honour of Derek Brown, who is retiring after 53 years of working on racedays at Redcar.
Manager Ozgur Ozkan and his staff are selling race cards to customers - and the owner of the balloon travelling the furthest distance will be in with a chance of winning a champagne trip for two in a hot air balloon.
Race organizers are also selling race sponsorships ranging from $250 to $10,000, Rardon said.
The Newcastle United midfielder, who was cleared of a GBH charge, made his stand against street vendors selling race hate badges outside the club's St James' Park ground.
Two of the largest booksellers on the Internet have been accused of selling race hate literature that is currently banned in Germany but is available to citizens via the Internet.
Twice fourth in Class 4 and 5 Hamilton handicaps, that is the best form on offer now he is down into his first selling race.
The afternoon's selling race is again sponsored by long-standing supporters of racing at Redcar, Market Cross Jewellers.