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a fast, four beat artifical (taught) gait of horses, similar to the running walk and slow gait, but with more up and down movement. Performed by the five-gaited American saddle horse.
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The juice is then racked off and left to ferment at a cool temperature for a week or so.
Imagine how racked off they'd have been if they'd lost in Yardley.
IN the old days people used to get racked off with work.