wide behind

wide behind

said of a horse's gait in which the hindlimbs are moved wide apart.
References in classic literature ?
Sure enough, scarce half a mile away were several boats, and scattered far and wide behind us as far as we could see were many others
He showed plenty of skill and graft on his third top-flight start this term for the Baggies out wide behind Salomon Rondon.
Butcher's side started getting it wide behind the full–backs, they piled in the corners and cross balls, and they tried to turn the screw.
Rempel calculated for me that a banner 50 feet in the air, 20 feet tall and 200 feet wide behind the grass slope, will have roughly the same effect as a baseball cap's brim on the performer's head.
As we look at the slide itself the first thing we notice is a cutout measuring 2" long by 1/2" wide behind the front sight.
Executiveprivilege Caught very wide behind scorching gallop set by top-class Beholder in Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante over 7f.
Bloomer shorts first came on the scene a few seasons ago and were considered quite brave to attempt as they highlight a wide behind and are only fit for the blessed hourglass form.
The action is 1-3/8" wide behind the barrel fences, and 1-5/8" tall.
EYES wide behind my mask, I move through the water.
Traffic snarls itself into a knot around them, and grinds to a halt two lanes wide behind them.
Thorne has undoubtedly prospered with City's crosses coming from genuine wide men rather than from deep and wide behind him, something fans cried out for all season.
Liane's voice is very slightly raspy in a pleasant sort of way, and the Boheme Bar Trio are spread out wide behind her in admirably clear fashion.