yearling

[ UK /jˈi‍əlɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈjɝɫɪŋ, ˈjɪɫɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an animal in its second year
  2. a racehorse considered one year old until the second Jan. 1 following its birth
  3. a young child
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How To Use yearling In A Sentence

  • He mates them to a Charolais bull and keeps the calves until they are yearlings.
  • The structure that was destroyed was a barn used for foaling mares and prepping yearlings.
  • Peeples also purchased the second highest-priced yearling of the day when he bid $57,000 for a chestnut colt from the first crop of Just a Cat.
  • He is also eligible for the PHSC Yearling Lounge Line, two-year-old western pleasure and three-year old reining futurities.
  • To successfully graze and grow yearlings, a combination of very high quality winter and summer grasses must be available.
  • Several studies have shown that yearling passerines are more frequently cuckolded by older males than vice versa.
  • The animals included seven yearlings which an RSPCA vet said were emaciated and suffering from malnutrition.
  • Heiser doesn't use a backhoe to muck out the corral where he winters his yearlings; he uses a wheelbarrow.
  • The yearlings are like puppies or kittens seeing snow for the first time. The Sun
  • Currently there are six divisions of Three Chimneys, four of which are devoted to mares and foals, one to yearlings, and one to the farm's 12 stallions.
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