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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 full names of amateur jockeys will be carried on racecards for the first time from next month, subject to each rider's wishes.
YOU can now access all racecards - Flat and jumps - via a link on our website at www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/horse-racing from 11am the day before racing.
TOMORROW'S racecards are back in ALL EDITIONS of the Birmingham Mail!
WE REGRET that due to production difficulties we are unable to publish our comprehensive coverage of next day's national hunt racecards in some editions of the Evening Telegraph.
But one area which is causing some concern is our decision to drop the racecards.
It read: "The BHB will extend the current licensing arrangements in respect of the use of racecards by newspapers until March 2007."
THIS page would normally feature today's Plumpton racecard. However, we have omitted all the races except the televised Sussex National in protest at the British Horseracing Board's plan to impose a 5,000 per cent increase in their charges for printing racecards.
Savill said: 'I have today asked the BHB Executive to withdraw with immediate effect BHB's proposed pricing policy for publishing racecards in the media and to move to extend the current agreement with the Press Association to the end of 2003.
The Mark Johnston-trained horse was listed in racecards, including in the Racing Post, as a filly and was therefore due to carry 9st on debut in a sprint maiden.
The first prize includes a three-course meal (with a bottle of wine for the grown-ups), admission tickets and racecards, plus a behind-the-scenes tour, plus a free Easter egg.
RACECARDS will continue to disappear from regional evening newspapers without a major reform of declaration times, the British Horseracing Board was warned today.
MODERNISED systems for distinguishing between different types of headgear on racecards in Ireland could be in place as early as next month, writes Jessica Lamb.