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thoroughbred

n. an underworld person who is trustworthy and loyal to the underworld. (Underworld.) Bart is an A-1 thoroughbred.
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The Thoroughbred breed of horse traces its ancestry back more than 300 years to three foundation stallions--the Darley Arabian, the Godolphin Arabian and the Byerly Turk.
Judges of the award will be selected by Thoroughbred Times.
Weeks later the heavily insured thoroughbred suffered a major injury at the Preakness.
Winning a Triple Crown means fame and glory, so racehorse owners invest lots of time and money searching for the country's fastest Thoroughbred, a breed of horses that are known for their speed and endurance.
The pair were ordered to pay pounds 878 court costs and banned from keeping only thoroughbred horses for ten years at Stafford Magistrates Court yesterday.
The Thoroughbred Leisure Racing Club was launched in September 2004 in a bid to help fans get involved with the sport at a low cost.
Juvenile plants of Thoroughbred exhibit a semi-prostrate growth habit in early spring, flag leaves are slightly waxy and upright at booting, leaf sheaths, and stems are waxy, and anthocyanin is not visually apparent in leaves or stems.
Robertson owns several thoroughbreds and recently purchased a horse he named Mr.
It is hoped that Thoroughbred Energy can start construction by late 2002, in which case the power plant should be in commercial operation by 2006.
Ironically, the sale of Housemaster happened just before he was due to be campaigned in the United States, where Highclere Thoroughbreds were eyeing a tilt at the Man "O" War Stakes at Belmont Park.
Incredibly, the sinister experiments are largely funded by the Thoroughbred Breeders Association whose patron is the Queen.
Today at Aintree the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre's most famous horse, 1984 National winner Hallo Dandy (found neglected in a field three years ago and nursed back to good health), will take part in the pre-race parade of stars.
To answer this question, this article examines the economics of thoroughbred horse racing and the accompanying tax implications.
King sold the internationally famous thoroughbred legend, Calumet Farms in Lexington, Kentucky.
"This includes the 26,000 thoroughbred shipments between Britain, Ireland and France each year - the vast majority of these movements are related to breeding stock."