steeplechaser


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steeplechaser

a horse schooled in and used for steeplechase racing.
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All together, nine of the top-10 steeplechasers in the world, as ranked by Track & Field News, are entered in the race.
The Scot said: "I don't just want to be seen as a steeplechaser.
Prince Regent was the last great steeplechaser for whom the Grand National was the main target.
During the late 1990s, Sampson was the region's leading steeplechaser, but a back injury curtailed his enthusiasm for the event, so he put chasing on hold to concentrate on racing without the barriers to contend with.
Other celebrities taking part were former British international athletes Eddie Wedderburn, the steeplechaser, and high-jumper Geoff Parsons.
In the 10k race English international steeplechaser Tara Krzywicki, who won the event outright last year, was seventh overall this time, with Matt Giles (Stourbridge) beating Mark Fowles (ua) by just one second to win.
Twenty-two-year-old Luke was just shy of third place in the Games, being beaten by Russian steeplechaser Ruben Ramolefi in a time of 8:31:53
Cardiff-born 3000m steeplechaser Justin Chaston claimed another AAA title - 10 years on from his first victory in the event.
The winless English steeplechaser Quixall Crossett suffered his 101st defeat when he finished sixth Wednesday at Wetherby racecourse near York.
Hawke, partner of the 1991 Aintree hero Seagram, has recently taken charge of the grey steeplechaser Kendal Cavalier, the winner of four races last season and a good second already this time around at his Somerset base.
Saturday at Valley River Center annex; focus on female athletes; Olympian steeplechaser Bridget Franek will speak on "How I Became an Olympian" at 12:45 p.
Queen Elizabeth was given a "Table size bronze bust of the steeplechaser Arkle, with Pat Taffe in the saddle".