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pee like a racehorse

rude slang To excrete an excessive amount of urine; to urinate for a long time. This is why I don't drink lots of beer: only a couple of pints and I'm already peeing like a racehorse. Can we pull over soon? I need to pee like a racehorse!
See also: like, pee, racehorse

piss like a racehorse

rude slang To excrete an excessive amount of urine; to urinate for a long time. This is why I don't drink lots of beer: only a couple of pints and I'm already pissing like a racehorse. Can we pull over soon? I need to piss like a racehorse!
See also: like, piss, racehorse
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Ilona Barnett, Racecourse Manager at Stratford, is a big fan of the retrained racehorse and is delighted to be involved with this first ROR ride.
All of the winners picked up a first prize of PS300, with prizes of PS200 to second place and PS100 to third place in each of the three RoR Racehorse to Dressage finals.
Well over 10 years ago, Haydock pioneered providing racehorse owners with complimentary refreshments.
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RoR also promotes the adaptability of racehorses to other equestrian activities.
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Awaji Bussan officials have denied the allegations, saying no money was received from the retailer and no racehorses purchased.
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Our founder, Ruth Fertel, co-owner of Tudor Tambourine, a racehorse that won the New Orleans Handicap in 1977, would have been pleased with the history and beauty of the GlenRiddle grounds and would be as delighted as we are to congratulate the Ruark family and their team," he added.
THE inaugural Retraining of Racehorses National Championships takes place at the Aintree Equestrian Centre in Liverpool this weekend.
A NORTHUMBERLAND equestrian business is again supporting a class which supports the retraining of racehorses, enabling them to continue competing once they retire from the track.
FIFTY-FIVE former racehorses participated in the PS1,000 Retrained Racehorse Championship at the National Show at Aintree last weekend.
Affectionately known as Frenchie and owned by Liz Kettle of Mickleby near Whitby, she was ridden by Susan Perkins of Redcar to win comfortably against former racehorses from all over the North-east.