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Noun(1) pen where racehorses are saddled and paraded before a race
(1) Residents in Little Lever have objected to plans to build an exercise paddock for horses at the rear of their homes.(2) I went across the course to see the horses in the paddock(3) Dogs were exercised for 15 minutes twice daily in a paddock and raced 500 m twice weekly.(4) Prior to the race, punters flocked to the paddock to watch the horses being paraded and cast a critical eye over their fancies.(5) In terms of implications for animal welfare, the results of this in-depth study suggest that young horses should be paddock ed or provided with enriched stabling environments, ideally with access to pasture, to improve their behaviour and physiological well-being.(6) No hunting took place, but a crowd gathered around the racecourse paddock to hear a number of speeches.(7) Everyone said he was one of the quietest horses in the paddock .(8) Ria was exercising her horse in the paddock , because he was getting too frisky; at least that was her excuse.(9) Furthermore, the track used an elevated wood-chip walking path in the infield for horses to cut through on their way from the backstretch to the paddock .(10) What is required to make the fence adequate depends upon the horses confined behind it, the proximity of the paddock or pasture to the highway, and the nature of the highway.(11) Workers spread across the racing surface and in the paddock in the early afternoon and refused to let racing begin.(12) They will also shoot behind-the-scenes looks of the saddling paddock , receiving barn, and other restricted areas, as well as public areas of the track.(13) The signs were bad in the paddock before the race where he was sweating behind his hind legs and he looked dull.(14) It's 6: 01 p.m. and the horses come from the darkness of the paddock tunnel into the track's sunlight.(15) Your nursery paddock needs to be strong, roomy, and as safe as it can be.(16) Saki watched in humor as Noir raced around the paddock trying to get a grip on any of the horses.
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