Master of the Horse


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Master of the Horse

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in England) the third official of the royal household
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"In the prince's household," said De Wardes, looking up with an air of consideration, "let me see -- the appointment of the master of the horse is vacant, I believe."
We had on our side the Home Minister, the Master of the Horse, the Duke's Private Secretary, and the Prince's Tutor; whereas of the French party were the Foreign Minister, the Commander-in-Chief's Lady, who had served under Napoleon, and the Hof-Marschall and his wife, who was glad enough to get the fashions from Pans, and always had them and her caps by M.
Here he posted Mir Abdul Aziz as his 'Master of the Horse' and head of the Lahore garrison.
Master of the Horse Lord Vestey - responsible for the Queen's horses - attended to bestow the honours.
Master of the Horse, Lord Vestey - responsible for the Queen's horses - attended to bestow the honours.
While Mr Pendry is her usual riding companion, the Queen is occasionally accompanied by Lord Samuel Vestey, Master of the Horse and one of Britain's richest men.
In 1880, by which time he was reputedly the richest man in England, he became both Master of the Horse and a Privy Councillor, and, no less important, saw his colours carried to victory in the Derby for the first time.
The Wall Street Journal has described Sabato as "probably the most quoted college professor in the land," and Washington politics newspaper Politico calls him "the master of the horse race.
O'Brien doesn't look unbeatable again, so Indian Ocean and Master of the horse can go.
Master of the horse is a full-brother to Alexandrova while Rip Van Winkle beat Cuis Ghaire in the Tyros Stakes.

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