stoutly bred

stoutly bred

horseman's expression for a horse bred to stay; bred to run long distance races.
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There were plenty of nice types in the paddock and this stoutly bred son of Acclamation, the stable second string, was one of them.
Aidan O'Brien brings the stoutly bred Gleneagles (2.
Ihtimal, a stoutly bred daughter of Shamardal, is still a maiden from three starts, but she is nonetheless the highest-rated animal in the line-up.
Despite being stoutly bred, his style of racing - he has taken a keen hold - suggests he will handle the drop to six furlongs from seven.
Despite being stoutly bred, his style of racing suggests he will handle the drop to six furlongs from seven.
While the Racing Post Trophy winner is undoubtedly a top-class performer, he is pretty stoutly bred and preference is for his more speedy stablemate Power, who is ridden by former champion Ryan Moore.
He wasn't too bad over hurdles either but he is stoutly bred and should find this test right up his street and he could get the day off to a perfect start for totescoop6 punters.
Henry Candy's stoutly bred filly, winner of a Chepstow maiden in June, has run well over 1m 6f on her last two starts.
He is by Royal Applause and should not be a jumper, but his dam is stoutly bred.
35), a son of Galileo, is stoutly bred but O'Brien says the colt show bundles of speed in his work with the best at Ballydoyle.
She's stoutly bred and, judging by the way she stayed on when winning last time, there seems little doubt she will get the longer trip this afternoon.
A son of Zagreb, he's quite stoutly bred, the best of his near relatives being Grade 2 staying novice hurdle winner Too Forward, and is an interesting horse to watch.