flat racing
noun see flat race

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Flat racing — is a term commonly used to denote a form of horse racing which is run over a level track at a predetermined distance. It differs from steeplechase racing over hurdles. The race is a test of speed, stamina and the skill of the jockey in… …   Wikipedia

  • flat racing — flat .racing n [U] BrE horse racing without any fences on flat ground →↑steeplechase …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • flat racing — noun : the sport of riding in flat races * * * flat racing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑flat * * * flat racing UK US noun [uncountable] horse racing on flat ground with no fences or jumping Thesaurus: horse racing and other horse riding competiti …   Useful english dictionary

  • flat racing — N UNCOUNT Flat racing is horse racing which does not involve jumping over fences …   English dictionary

  • flat racing — ➡ racing * * * …   Universalium

  • flat racing — noun (U) horse racing without any fences on flat ground compare steeplechase (1) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • flat racing — UK / US noun [uncountable] horse racing on flat ground with no fences or jumping …   English dictionary

  • flat racing — /ˈflæt reɪsɪŋ/ (say flat raysing) noun horseracing on courses without jumps …   Australian English dictionary

  • British flat racing Champion Owner — The Champion Owner of flat racing in Great Britain is the owner whose horses have won the most prizemoney during a season. The list below shows the Champion Owner for each year since 1894. * 1894 Harry L. B. McCalmont * 1895 Leopold de Rothschild …   Wikipedia

  • British flat racing Champion Jockey — The Champion Jockey of flat racing in Great Britain is the jockey who has ridden the most winning horses during a season. The list below shows the Champion Jockey and the number of winners for each year since 1840. * 1840 Nat Flatman 50 * 1841… …   Wikipedia

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