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stud

Sexology
A slang term for a man who:
(1) Has a reputation for skills as a lover;
(2) Has a large penis;
(3) Has or has had, or is perceived to have had, multiple sex partners.

stud

1. purebred.
2. a place, usually a farm, at which purebred animals are maintained and reproduced.

stud animal
an animal registered in a stud book.
stud book
the register in which the names and parentage of all of the animals that constitute the breed are kept.
stud breeder
person conducting a business of a stud herd, flock, kennel, cattery etc.
stud crud
double stud
term used in the sheep industry; said of the best lines of rams.
stud farm
a farm maintained for the purpose of breeding more stud animals.
stud herd
a herd composed of purebred animals and used for producing more purebred animals.
stud tail
hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands of the dorsum of the tail in sexually active male cats complicated by inflammation and orthokeratotic hyperkeratosis.
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Mare gradings fall into three main categories - head, main and foundation stud books and a fourth elite group for those that have competed at top level in either dressage, eventing, show jumping or racing.
My second mare, Cap It All a dapple grey six-year-old Dutch warmblood was graded into the Main stud book.
Registered in their respective pure bred Society Stud book.
We wish they did have good pedigrees and that we could get them into the Stud books which they are really desined for.
Simply for assessment the foundation stud book is for mares that have scored an average five marks and above and do not have any proof of pedigree.
Please note that this does not affect fees payable to transfer ownership in the relevant Stud Book [Greyhound Stud Book/Irish Coursing Club].
Their support for Article 12 of the International Agreement, which states: "Any foal resulting from or produced by the process of artificial insemination, embryo transfer, cloning or any other form of genetic manipulation shall not be eligible for recording in a Thoroughbred Stud Book approved by the International Stud Book Committee", comes as the Australian breeding industry awaits the potentially historic outcome of a legal challenge launched by prominent breeder Bruce McHugh against the ban of artificial insemination (AI) in Australia.
Trained by Nick Savva, WestmeadAdonis followed his fifth place behind Blonde Snapper at Wimbledon with an emphatic success in the heats of the Greyhound Stud Book Trophy at Monmoreonlyforaninfected toe to force his withdrawal fromthefinal .
REGARDING Alan Sweetman's reference to the establishment of the Irish Racing Calendar in 1790 (Ireland's Eye, February 29), it is perhaps not widely known that, in 1826, an Irish Stud Book was under preparation.
LEADING British breeder Dave Firmager's company Truframe Ltd is to sponsor the forthcoming Greyhound Stud Book Trophy at Monmore.
BRITISH breeding's annual stud book, compiled by Liz Mort, is a professional's tool, detailing every litter registered with the Greyhound Stud Book in Newmarket.
Split into three groups, we were then taken by a group leader to five different departments - racing operations, commercial services, Stud Book, bloodstock services and racing administration.