noun see steeplechase

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  • steeplechaser — steeplechase ► NOUN 1) a horse race run on a racecourse having ditches and hedges as jumps. 2) a running race in which runners must clear hurdles and water jumps. DERIVATIVES steeplechaser noun steeplechasing noun. ORIGIN so named because… …   English terms dictionary

  • steeplechaser — See steeplechase. * * * …   Universalium

  • steeplechaser — noun A horse or human athlete who participates in steeplechase racing …   Wiktionary

  • steeplechaser — Synonyms and related words: broncobuster, buckaroo, caballero, cavalier, cavalryman, chevalier, circus rider, cowboy, cowgirl, cowpuncher, entry, equestrian, equestrienne, favorite, gaucho, horse soldier, horseback rider, horsebacker, horseman,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • steeplechaser — n. horse trained to run in steeplechases; athlete who runs in steeplechases …   English contemporary dictionary

  • steeplechaser — noun a horse trained to run in steeplechases • Hypernyms: ↑horse, ↑Equus caballus, ↑racer …   Useful english dictionary

  • steeplechase — steeplechaser, n. /stee peuhl chays /, n., v., steeplechased, steeplechasing. n. 1. a horse race over a turf course furnished with artificial ditches, hedges, and other obstacles over which the horses must jump. 2. a point to point race. 3. a… …   Universalium

  • Christian Belz — Medal record Men s athletics Competitor for  Switzerland Universiade Bronze …   Wikipedia

  • Flyingbolt — Thoroughbred racehorse infobox horsename = Flyingbolt caption = sire = Airborne grandsire = Precipitation dam = Eastlock damsire = Easton sex = Gelding foaled = 1959 country = Great Britain flagicon|UK colour = Chestnut breeder = Mr. R.E. Way… …   Wikipedia

  • Anthony Bingham Mildmay, 2nd Baron Mildmay of Flete — (14 April 1909 – 12 May 1950) was a gifted amateur steeplechaser who kindled the Queen Mother’s interest in National Hunt racing.Birth, education and military serviceMildmay was the son of Francis Bingham Mildmay, 1st Baron Mildmay of Flete and… …   Wikipedia

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