in-hand

in-hand

being led; a show class of led horses.
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He said: "I'm tired of hearing about games in-hand, Widnes's [artificial] pitch and things like that.
Alice Stratton, 16, and 13-yearold horse Laithehill Pashsa - or Buzz to his friends - competed in the prestigious in-hand dressage event for the second time after finishing 11th last year.
The traditional models for youth fundraising include in-hand and catalog programs, both of which have pros and cons.
Youth trainers may compete in the following areas: conditioning, in-hand trail class, showmanship, costume, and freestyle.
Pat watched on as her daughter then led Arad Betty to the supreme Welsh, Youngstock and In-hand titles, collecting a WPCS Silver Medal along the way.
Food cost 21 percent and portion control are well in-hand on this menu, with use of part-time employees keeps profits UP.
Ceulan Calon Lan was awarded the Tom and Sprightly Welsh Championship, the (HOYS) Cuddy Supreme In-hand Championship and the Reserve Supreme Horse Championship at the Royal Welsh Show in July.
We have adopted high welfare standards and, farming an in-hand operation, we have an understanding of the tenants and the challenges they face.
Annual Donkey and Mule Show Featured will be miniature, standard and rare mammoth donkeys, Gymkhana classes, mules, in-hand classes, riding classes and more, 9 a.
Liverpool, who play West Ham today, and Manchester City, 4-1 winners over Southampton earlier yesterday, have games in-hand, but Chelsea sit atop the standings with five games to go after Mohamed Salah netted on his full debut.
Travis, who left the court hand with his in-hand wit "spend used mus able tw twb in-hand with wife Marianne, said he wanted to "spend some time remembering what it used to be like when you could be in the music business when it was quite enjoyable".
A 6-0 win took Premier League leaders Chelsea seven points clear of fourth-placed Arsenal, while Liverpool, who have one game in-hand, are four points adrift in second.