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Chronic disorder involving the tarsus (i.e., hock) of the horse.
See also: bog spavin, bone spavin, blood spavin.
Synonym(s): jack spavin, jack


1. male donkey; called a stallion in Great Britain.
2. see track leg.

jack colt
male donkey less than 3 years of age.
mule jack
one bred to mares for the production of mules.
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But public opinion is of paramount importance and, thankfully, there's no shortage of customers queuing up to buy the Pie Jackers range of 16 varieties - both retail and at the farmers' markets and food festivals Julie and Neil attend across Teesside and North Yorkshire.
Jackers is again in opposition this time, while fellow trailblazer Goring One provides further possible competition up front.
Pie Jackers Julie and Neil Fletcher, who won two golds at the British Pie Awards last year, served the meals from their street-food trailer, nicknamed the pie pod, with The Hoppas dancing a conga as they queued.
A NEWLYWED murdered by armed car jackers on her honeymoon in South Africa was last night described as an "incredibly popular" woman.
Pie Jackers Neil Fletcher and Julie Martin at the first Orange Pip market in Middlesbrough
This team comprising In-charge ACLC Inspector Abdul Sattar Shah, ASIs Nur Ullah, Habib Ullah, constables Abdul Rauf, Nashad Khan, Qamar Sajjad and others succeeded to arrest three car jackers and recovered two cars (Honda and Suzuki Mehran) from them.
In another case, Rana Nisar registered a case that as his Honda Civic car bearing registration number RIK4076 was taken away by unidentified car jackers from Saidpur Road.
One of the cars was discovered but a blue Audi A2, registration number FD02 UEW, is still missing after a house, in Jackers Road, was broken into on April 4 between 12.
Noon police nabbed two alleged car jackers identified as Riaz and imtiaz and while a theif Basharat was also arrested.