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packhorse

a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc.
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I saw the Packer, the man in charge of the pack horses.
J Whitehead, Edinburgh The Pack Horse was a regular sprinter in Scotland in the late 60s when trained by Harry Blackshaw at Middleham.
The Little Pack Horse, 31 High Street, Bewdley, Worcestershire (Tel.
But the advent of new roads, high-rise apartment buildings and new technology -- such as carriers with rubber rollers that can maneuver the hilly terrain -- has cut into the demand for pack horses and for the skills of their drivers -- such as 76-year-old Asao Koga and his 49-year-old son Yoshimi.
The Pack Horse was bought from Ansells by Mr O'Rourke, with the deal backed by a mortgage loan.
Within six months of taking over The Pack Horse, Linny has transformed and revamped the old inn, believed to date from the 17th Century, into a coastal Northumberland hot spot for good cheer, relaxed atmosphere, roaring fires and great food and drink.
The Pack Horse, in Burnopfield, The Black Bull, in Benton, and the Duke of Wellington, in Kenton, are looking for help to create pub restaurant chain Flaming Grill's first crowd-sourced burger.
It was originally built because of the demand for slate from Glyn Ceiriog which had been transported by pack horse to barges in Llangollen.
Dock FC went down 4-2 at Pack Horse and Rock Ferry Social also went out, losing 2-1 after extra-time to Cale Green.
The name plinth, one of six placed around the town by Stokesley Pride in our Town Association (SPIOTA), was just off the A172 Thirsk Road, at the Pack Horse Bridge.
They went together to Jamie's local pub The Pack Horse in Sheffield last week and he's introduced her to all his mates who think she's great.
The Coventry ace drew the noted 'wides' near the Pack Horse pub and pole-fished joker for this mixed silver-fish net.