Trotting

Allowing a float to travel at the speed of the current.

Trotting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Trot
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Trotting

A term for harness racing in general. It also describes the specific gait of a trotter.
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Trotting

allowing a float to travel at the speed of the current when fishing on rivers or on running waters
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trotting

Another name for the sport of harness racing
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trotting

horse racing event in which Standardbred horses drawing sulkies compete. See harness racing.[2 related articles]
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Trotting

Trotting (Harness-racing) is a form of horse racing in which the rider is towed along in a small, light, cart known as a sulky, having two bicycle wheels 28 inches in diameter with pneumatic tyres. Races are run in heats and a horse has generally to win three heats to be declared the winner of a race.
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