steeplechase

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{i} engelli yarış
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An athletics event in which the runners have to run 3000 metres round a track, jumping hurdles and a water obstacle along
A horse race, either across open country, or over an obstacle course
A phase of the speed and endurance portion of the three-day event, in which the horses run over a turf track with several low fences
A steeplechase is a long horse race in which the horses have to jump over obstacles such as hedges and water jumps
This is a phase of the Speed and Endurance portion of the three-day event, in which the horses run over a turf track with several low fences
{i} horserace over a course filled with natural or artificial obstacles; footrace over a course filled with natural or artificial obstacles
a horse race over an obstructed course a footrace of usually 3000 meters over a closed track with hurdles and a water jump
a footrace of usually 3000 meters over a closed track with hurdles and a water jump
A steeplechase is a 3000 metres race around a track, during which people jump over obstacles and water jumps. Either of two distinct sporting events: (1) a horse race over a closed course with obstacles, including hedges and walls; or (2) a footrace of 3,000 m over hurdles and a water jump. The name derives from impromptu races by fox hunters in 18th-century Ireland over natural country in which church steeples served as course landmarks. Equestrian steeplechase is popular in England, France, and Ireland, and to a lesser extent in the U.S. The most famous equestrian steeplechase is the Grand National. Track-and-field steeplechase dates back to a cross-country race at the University of Oxford in 1850. The course and distance were standardized at the 1920 Olympic Games
A small roller coaster with 3 or more narrow tracks Riders ride alone on the backs of 'carousel-like horses' mounted on tiny bogies These horses race each other around the circuit Only one example is still in operation, at Blackpool Pleasure Beach
a horse race over an obstructed course
steeplechaser
A horse or human athlete who participates in steeplechase racing
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athletics over hurdles and a water jump
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the racing of horses over open country, or over fences
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a horse trained to run in steeplechases
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{i} horse trained to run in steeplechases; athlete who runs in steeplechases
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plural of steeplechase
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The act of riding steeple chases
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{i} sport of riding in a steeplechase; sport of running in a steeplechase
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    [ -"chAs ] (noun.) 1793. from the use of church steeples as landmarks to guide the riders.

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