Ran out of his skin - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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run out of (one's) skin
To play or perform exceptionally well and with the utmost of one's energy and skill. You can tell that they ran out of their skin for the whole match, but they just couldn't secure a victory against the returning champions.
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References in periodicals archive
Just four lengths behind Big Buck's last March, the sevenyear-old ran out of his skin
when second to Quevega at Punchestown in May.
Not totally disgraced when he made his debut in a red-hot maiden at York won by the well-regarded Gatepost, he ran out of his skin
next time at Ripon.
He ran out of his skin
when third to Hurricane Coast over course and distance last time out and a repeat of that form would see him home tomorrow.