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.
Prince Regent was the last great steeplechaser for whom the Grand National was the main target.
Last weekend the 32-year-old schoolteacher lined up against some of the country's leading steeplechasers and he produced the run of his life to record 9min 6.
Stephenson, who until last season was Britain's number one 3,000m steeplechaser, is unsure whether to line up in the 1500m or the chase for the summer's main events, the Commonwealth Games in Manchester in July and the European Championships in Munich in August.
The winless English steeplechaser Quixall Crossett suffered his 101st defeat when he finished sixth Wednesday at Wetherby racecourse near York.
After that he suffered major illness which almost killed him but bounced back to became the top steeplechaser we all know.
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".
The steeplechaser is desperate to bag a place in the British team and believes the tent will help her prepare for a tough training camp in the Italian mountains next month.
It was the perfect portrayal of a topclass steeplechaser doing what it had been bred to do - namely jumping a fence with both precision and poise, speed and style.
7 Steeplechaser Fighting Chance gave which NH jockey his 2000th career winner at Newbury last Wednesday?
ATHLETICS: British steeplechaser Helen Clitheroe is confident of knocking 10 seconds off her own national record this year.