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racecard

(ˈreɪsˌkɑːd)
n
(Horse Racing) a card or booklet at a race meeting with the times of the races, names of the runners, etc, printed on it
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Noun1.racecard - a program for a race meeting; lists the races and the names of the horses
programme, program - an announcement of the events that will occur as part of a theatrical or sporting event; "you can't tell the players without a program"
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racecard

[ˈreɪskɑːd] Nprograma m de carreras
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The winner of Redcar's Easter Colouring Competition will receive a host of prizes, including their entry being the front cover of the official racecard for the Easter Monday meeting.
Zac Baker, who leads the 2017-18 male amateur jockeys' jumps championship with seven wins, is named on today's Towcester racecard as Mr Z Baker.
A RACECARD dating back 75 years has been uncovered by staff at Newcastle Greyhound Stadium.
One voucher entitles you to free admission and a free drink with every racecard purchased at Tuesday or Friday meetings.
THE BHB yesterday completed a embarrassing retreat over its demands for increased payments from national newspapers, for the use of racecard data.
British racing's chiefs last night dramatically shelved plans to increase racecard data charges to newspapers.
00 winning units Double racecard numbers 96 Favourites index 70 Aggregate SPs 96.
The front cover of the official racecard featured the art work of Lily-Jo Beel, aged seven from Redcar, who won the "eggcellent" colouring in competition.
62 winning units Double racecard numbers 70 Favourites index 115 Aggregate SPs 34.
All they have to do is get out their colouring pens, pencils and crayons and design the front cover of the official racecard for the Easter Monday racing fixture.
19 Double racecard numbers 138 Favourites index 120 Aggregate SPs 71.