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packhorse

a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc.
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"I've found mentions of the Pack Horse at Honley in directories for 1803 through to about 1827 and William seems to have been the innkeeper all that time.
Another one at The the Pack Horse in Crookgate, Burnopfield; The Black Bull on Front Street, Benton; Duke Of Wellington on Kenton Lane; Corner House Hotel in Heaton; Fox & Hounds on West Road; Fox Hunters in North Shields; Waggon Team on Lobley Hill Road and the Prince of Wales on Calf Close Lane.
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 worst hit area was along Levenside by the old Pack Horse bridge, flooding many houses.
In the 1970's, a pack horse (arriero) trail connected Guayabetal to another mountain-river valley, that of the Rio Guatiquia which flows out of the mountains near Villavicencio.
Intended for young people ages 4-8, That Book Woman is about the Pack Horse Librarians, who traveled to bring the wonders of books to rural children across America.
"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.
It's hot stuff down at Hollywood's Pack Horse Hotel, says our reviewer Graham Young who tested the sizzling fare on offer.
We had to blaze a trail thru the bush to the Pack horse trail for six miles from here.
You don't need a suitcase or a pack horse to carry your tools.
*** WHEN my mum often came back from the shops ladden with bags my dad would always say: 'Here comes the pack horse.' He later told me The Pack Horse was a racehorse he always backed.
``The style of riding I will be doing is called Western-style riding where each person travels with a pack horse behind them carrying all their supplies.