cart horse

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Synonyms for cart horse

draft horse kept for pulling carts

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However, Bromley does not believe that a combination of thoroughbred blood and that descending from cart horses is a guarantee of success, arguing that after so many generations of breeding "ultimately most of these AQPS horses are virtually thoroughbred and there isn't much difference between the two types.
Well, it turned out that poor Snaafi was as slow as a cart horse and he never set foot on a race track.
HISTORY: Lennon | |Williams, 6, from Walton, tries his hand at colouring in a cart horse at the Museum of Liverpool IAN COOPER
Its prominent position as one of the country's leading logistics firms is certainly a long way from its humble beginnings and a cart horse called Dina.
Dad worked as a teenager on a steam wagon which drank more water than a cart horse.
There is life in the old cart horse yet and beware its hind kick.
They have driven a cart horse through the sprit of the rules and regulations.
Known as the English Cart Horse until 1884 when renamed as the Shire.
Once I was working with a big cart horse and it kicked me and sent me flying.
Or have the good and great of private enterprise keep the wheels turning by turning the cart horse into a race horse.
I would like to dedicate my poem to the memory of Harry Wooding and all the ex-carters and their wonderful supporters achieved their dream and got the statue of the cart horse and had it erected at the Pier Head.
Up front in the middle of attack he adds height, technical ability, vision, speed and the ability to turn his man, every defenders worse nightmare especially the cart horse variety that predominates in the Championship.
Stand-out moments in a more contemporary vein would have to include Lloyd Davis and his quiet but curious Lilliputian world of a pottery cart horse being ambushed by plastic toy soldiers on a chintzy footstool.
Carson said: "Nashwan never carried a lot of weight when he was racing, but at stud he looked like a cart horse.
It's like the difference between a cart horse and a Formula 1 car.