stud horse


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stud horse

n.
A stallion kept for breeding.
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For example, in the west of Ireland, sentiments are dressed in lyrical sentences, but if you listen closely you can hear a hint of mockery; then we have the dark sarcasm of the Welsh chandler welcoming a party of English tourists to his polished shop; the cunning of a Cockney salesman selling the bald man a patented hair restorer; the barely concealed superiority of the Scottish minister's wife ordering cock-a-leekie soup in Paris; or the robust commonsense of the Tyke appraising a stud horse.
In The Godfather, starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, a Hollywood director who crosses Mafia boss Don Corleone wakes up to find the severed head of his prize $600,000 stud horse in his bed.
Barbaro, who will generate millions of dollars as a stud horse, is fortunate to be recovering from surgery.
Right now we have 11 horses here on the farm: one quarter horse that is a boarder, so he pays for himself; four quarter horses that my wife uses to give riding lessons; one retired racehorse that babysits the two foals we have for resale; one pony and one stud horse for breeding; and then there is the one Belgian that belongs to my in-laws.
The following Coolmore Stud Horse of Champion Concorde Stakes looks another tremendous race in store.
For example, take the case of the wild stud horse, a female horse and an already infant horse; and compare the breaking process with two captured nigger males in their natural state, a pregnant nigger woman with her infant offspring.
Fifteen-year-old stud horse Respect was given an emergency operation, similar to one performed on racehorse Desert Orchid, because of problems with his intestines.
At present, the owner of a riding stable has agreed to hire the individual as a stable hand and, to supplement his income and create a capital investment, a PASS was developed and approved for an Arabian stud horse to be owned by this man, launching his career as a horse breeder and career capitalist.
One well, the Stud Horse Butte 10-21 produced at an initial rate of 11.
According to a statement, by the end of 2011, the equestrian college, the stud horse base and the feedstuff plant will start trial operations.
The American people were shocked to learn that Ferdinand, winner of the 1986 Kentucky Derby, was sent to a slaughterhouse in Japan last year after he failed as a stud horse for his owners.
The fifth well in the program, the Stud Horse Butte #6-23 was completed and began producing on September 17th at an initial rate of 12 mmcfe/d.