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hack

1. a recognized style of horse and not a breed. Not to be confused with Hackney, the breed of harness horses. Mostly Thoroughbreds, sometimes with some Arab or Quarter horse blood. Any color, usually 14.2 to 15.2 hands high, may be lightweight or heavyweight.
2. to go for a ride.
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I don't want my guests hacking around with junk," says the baron of this manor.
3 It is so difficult to back up a super-low round Tournaments are littered with examples of players shooting the lights out one day and then hacking around like a high-handicapper the next, and the HSBC provided another demonstration.
TV's massive sporting coverage is so often devoted to the superstars that seeing less talented performers hacking around a course is somehow reassuring: I only hope the BBC are not so fired by the considerable acclaim of the series that they allow it to spawn the usual flock of spin-off projects.
Even the French have got it sussed when it comes to senior states-people hacking around the place.
But there's nothing worse than hacking around in a comedy which isn't any good.
That said, humour derives from a pair of screeching Widnesian teenage lovelies hacking around the course.
Like most young golfing prodigies, the St Edmund Arrowsmith student first began playing when his Dad cut down an eight iron and he began hacking around the fairways at the age of ten.
Hacking around Lenzie Golf Club till the sun goes down.
He spent several shots hacking around in the heavy rough, took one penalty drop for an unplayable lie and eventually single-putted from 15 feet to a huge cheer from the crowd.