racecard meaning

  "racecard" in a sentence
  • Noun: racecard  reyskaa(r)d
    1. A program for a race meeting; lists the races and the names of the horses

    Derived forms: racecards

    Type of: program, programme [Brit, Cdn]

    Encyclopedia: Racecard


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  1. Riding in Chicago for the first time in 1992, he rode five winners on one racecard at Sportsman's Park Racetrack.
  2. The Friday racecard featured five Breeders'Cup races for fillies and mares, culminating in Zenyatta's win in the Classic.
  3. Goode called the runners home, while all of the national daily newspapers published full colour pullouts with racecard-style guides to the runners.
  4. Among his other racing accomplishments, on November 19, 1970 Lively rode five winners on a single racecard at Sportsman's Park Racetrack near Chicago.
  5. The iPad edition is available from 8pm each evening and includes all the news, features and racecards which will be included in the following day s paper.

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