reschool

reschool

(riːˈskuːl)
vb (tr)
(Education) to school again; retrain
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Caption: READYTOTEACH-More than 100 reschool and childcare workers attend quarterly workshops in the West Valley School District.
"He was ridden in 44 of his 50 races by George Baker and we're all delighted George and his fiancee Nicky are going to look after him and reschool him to do some showing and dressage.
He's a worthy second favourite," observes Stewart, who has no plans to reschool his man over fences.
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They note Kendall's "extraordinary deference to Strauss," and how even near the end of his life, Kendall decided to "reschool himself" by taking Stauss seriously.
McIver has also authorised a fivefigure donation by his company to HEROS , which was launched by Grace Muir three years ago to reschool ex-racers on her stud near Lambourn.
"He'll be coming back to me in the next week or two, but he's an intelligent horse and he's not going to be happy stuck in a field with a fat pony for very long, so I'm hoping to find somebody who can reschool him to do something else."
Having founded and established the Moorcroft Centre over a period of nine years, Sue Collins and I decided to create this new charity to cater for the more difficult horses who, for either physical or physiological reasons, need more time to re-educate and reschool than other rehabilitation can afford to offer.
Samuels took over Bowlers Boy - he answers to Bobby now - on his retirement in September 2002 and after a short getting-to-know-you period she began to reschool him for showjumping.
Harfield admits that it was a long process to reschool the tearaway two-miler.
We will reschool him and then have more thoughts about where he goes next."
Named after 1996 Scottish Grand National winner Moorcroft Boy, who was gifted to the centre by his owner following his heroics, and still resides there, the centre's aim is to take racehorses which have finished their racing days, for whatever reason, and assess, reschool and ultimately rehome them using a `four-phase programme'.