[ UK /hˈɔːsbɒks/ ]
  1. a conveyance (railroad car or trailer) for transporting racehorses
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How To Use horsebox In A Sentence

  • There weren't enough stables at Gowran Park that day and Rathgar Beau had to be left in the horsebox.
  • In due course, the horse arrived with the vet, groom, and an equerry, in a large horsebox.
  • The accident record didn't warrant the excessive measures proposed by the scheme and the humps would create noise pollution as vehicles including farm vehicles, horseboxes and towed trailers negotiated the humps.
  • Sadly the promised horse and dray couldn't make it because the horsebox broke down on the M6.
  • A further extension on 4 October 2010 will bring in a £100 a day charge for large vans & horseboxes between 1.205 unladen & 3.5 tonnes as well as Motor caravans between 2.5 & 3.5 tonnes and Minibuses below 5 tonnes. Archive 2008-02-01
  • But, park the horsebox in a flower-filled meadow, kit it out like a Toast photoshoot and give it a cute name – and you've got a retro-romantic-mini-break-on-wheels. My romantic break… in a horsebox
  • Rutherford was persuaded to abandon the horsebox at the Forth Road Bridge and a taxi was dispatched to bring him back to the track. Tattenham Corner
  • Up to 400 horseboxes could be involved, potentially bringing the orbital motorway to a standstill.
  • There is a general flurry of activity as horseboxes are unloaded, horses harnessed to their carriages and bulging picnic hampers tucked on board in readiness for the lunchtime stop.
  • The clean lines and big 17-inch alloy wheels can certainly cut a dash in the company car park, before heading home for the weekend to hitch up the horsebox to go off into the wild green yonder.
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