hoof mark


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Noun1.hoof mark - a visible impression on a surface made by the hoof of an animalhoof mark - a visible impression on a surface made by the hoof of an animal
print, mark - a visible indication made on a surface; "some previous reader had covered the pages with dozens of marks"; "paw prints were everywhere"
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Measure again from this spot to the next hoof mark, and continue projecting where the hooves would hit until you see an obvious track--or blood.
THE dirt track at Monmouth Park looks like mudflats, every hoof mark a water-filled basin.
Sturrock raced into hoof Mark Rawle's cross over two minutes from time when the goal loomed large and then Jackson connected with a crisp header from Keates' corner in stoppage time, only for the ball to bounce inches past the far postSTAR MAN: Bertrand Cozic
I fell off from time to time and once got kicked across a loose box by a witless stallion that left a hoof mark on my chest for weeks, but I loved it and learned a lot about common sense, independence and hard work.
The vest worn by Prebble was badly buckled and had a distinctive hoof mark on it.
It is obvious most horses are using the edge of the path to walk on because of the hoof marks but this is a one-horse offender and it's not stopping, but I suppose we will have to get on with life and hope they don't buy an elephant because it strikes me that's the only pile of dung you probably haven't stepped in yet.
I sprang from my bed to see what was wrong, but on the roof remained only sleigh tracks and hoof marks.
Some lovely Oriental poppy plants have been chewed, a Remembrance wreath and poppy crosses have been crushed, a sapling has been damaged and the whole area has been churned up with hoof marks.
You can see hoof marks at the front of the building; there are service bells in the old scullery, which is now The Gun Room; original fireplaces abound.
They were eating the grass lawns, trampling through plants, leaving hoof marks in gardens and they knocked a wall down.