three-year-old horse


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Noun1.three-year-old horse - a racehorse that is three years old
bangtail, race horse, racehorse - a horse bred for racing
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THIS three-year-old horse is so small he can just about squeeze through the dog flap at his owner's home.
THIS three-year-old horse is so small, he can just about squeeze through the dog flap at his owners' home.
Jesus Jimenez, who has been unemployed for more than a year, has embarked on a 2,000-mile ride from Gemuno to the Lower Saxony town of Bergen on his three-year-old horse Campeon, in search of work, the New York Daily News reported.
Example 1: T purchased a three-year-old horse, not yet raced, for $200,000 in December 2003 and elected Sec.
The three-year-old horse was lame and starving and faced being put down after the RSPCA rescued him eight months ago.
Both these horses are now almost certainly off the market for other studs, some of whom may even be inspired from now on to try to identify talent at the two-year-old stage, rather than risk being priced out in an autumn bunfight for a three-year-old horse or older.
But he did have a serious glint in his eye when he produced a three-year-old horse, a huge beast, and told us that it had been placed in a Derby trial in France and would make its debut in the novice hurdle that is run at Newbury the day before the Hennessy Gold Cup.
The three-year-old horse arrived safely in Japan on Monday and is currently based at the Shiroi quarantine centre.
The three-year-old horse was a falabella breed and brown and white.
The deadline has not moved but Channon, who saddled Youmzain to finish second in the race in the last two years, complained it comes far too early in the year for a three-year-old horse who has had little chance to show its potential.
These are among the best three-year-old horses around and are slowly carving a name for themselves in the business.