studhorse


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studhorse

(ˈstʌdˌhɔːs)
n
(Animals) another word for stallion

stud•horse

(ˈstʌdˌhɔrs)
n.
a stallion kept for breeding.
[before 1000]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.studhorse - adult male horse kept for breeding
entire, stallion - uncastrated adult male horse
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Where: Meet at the New Melones Lake Visitor Center, 6850 Studhorse Flat Road, Sonora, California
From the moment of their publication at the turn of the century, these novels look back to immediately look forth; they echo the voices of groundbreaking postmodern narratives of the west like Robert Kroetsch's The Studhorse Man (1969), Aritha van Herk's No Fixed Address: An Amorous Journey (1986) or George Bowering's Caprice (1988) and their territorialized self-conscious deconstructive impulses.
THE STUDHORSE MAN | ROBERT KROETSCH (1969; + GOVERNOR GENERAL'S AWARD)
And while, as all readers know, Rocinante is not a racehorse or a studhorse, but just an old hack, he seems to possess an ordinary olfactory ability for his species.
Then the show of beauty horses, studhorse, pregnant horses of all creeds and foals showing some of the best and most beautiful horses before the Royal box, in addition to, presenting a show by the studhorses, pregnant horses and foals.
Disenchanted modernity in Robert Kroetsch's The Studhorse man; biology and culture, sex and gender, eugenics and contraception, writing and reading.
The trilogy includes: The Words of My Roaring (1966) set in the depression of the 1930s, The Studhorse Man (1969) dealing with the end of WW 11, and Gone Indian (1973) focusing on the 1960s and 1970s.
When Harry finds a ring that had belonged to a woman who disappeared 30 years ago, everyone tries to find some connection because she was also a horse breeder and her famous studhorse had disappeared with her.
And he seems contented as a studhorse whenever I see him working.
ROBERT KROETSCH'S LATEST collection of verse adds to an impressive body of fiction and poetry, a body that includes the 1969 novel The Studhorse Man, which won Canada's Governor General's Award.
Adventurous readers might try Robert Kroetsch's novel The Studhorse Man (Random House, 1988), a surreal picture of Western Canadian spirit.
When the North Carolina senator wanted to raise some money, he hired Viguerie, and in so doing became the first to mate the noncharitable studhorse with the charitable mare and breed the hybrid worth billions in government subsidies.