trotting horse

  1. a horse trained to trot; especially a horse trained for harness racing
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  • The little inn at Lorette was then kept by a worthy host bearing the above-mentioned name, which was dingily lettered out upon a swinging sign, dingily representing a trotting horse, -- emblem as dear to the slow Canadian as to the fast American mind. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 41, March, 1861
  • It was with bitter ill-will that he relinquished these comforts (which he called his studies) in order to recommence a hard ride upon a high-trotting horse. Old Mortality
  • Three days he took for it, three days driving through the soft May weather behind the kind, old jog-trotting horse; three days on the road, from farm-house to farm-house and from field to field, from cabin of the woods to cabin in the clearing. The Two Vanrevels
  • Curriculo collegisse juvat" -- are there any individuals to whom their curricle has been a college, and who have done without a university in the strength of a fast-trotting horse? Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 54, No. 333, July 1843
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