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carthorse

a large heavily built horse kept for pulling carts or carriages
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infection in carthorses of lowincome owners, southern Brazil.
CALL THE HOTLINE FROM 11 TILL 12 NOON on: 0141 309 3306 or email us: hotline@dailyrecord.co.uk QUOTE OF THE DAY 'Bruno Alves and Russell Martin are two carthorses in the Rangers defence.
Fanie Jason's photo essay on carthorses and the humans who work with them in Greater Cape Town documents trans-species affiliations, contrary though some may be.
The final itself was the new way against the old way and the old way made Germany look like carthorses.
Then let's hope the Davids Sullivan and Gold give money for players in the mould of James McFadden (ie: pounds 5million plus buys) and not give the manager pounds 8million to buy another load of carthorses so the fans can watch another relegation dogfight while the price of their season tickets goes up to cover the directors' fat wallets.
Public sector carthorses like Marketing Birmingham have clearly failed to deliver the goods.
Stanley Brothers opened the Nuneaton Colliery and the cottage was used as a weigh office for the mine, with the rear barn and outbuildings used for the colliery blacksmith, pit ponies and carthorses.
"I'll have a good week training with Wales, they've got some new device for my knee, it's something for horses, I hope it's for racehorses and not carthorses, and I'll have loads of physio.
If you want the fans to sing and cheer, then don't play like carthorses from the start, we urged.
ECHO!" Like a voice from the past He brought memories back Of wet cobbled streets All shiny and black A patch on my britches No boots on my feet And an armful of papers To sell down our street The clang of the tramcars Down on the road Clip, clop of the carthorses Pulling their load A man with a long pole Lights the street lamp You almost can smell The fog and the damp Someone selling firewood It's wet but who'll buy "Put it in the oven luv.
Animal Rescue Squad (1.10pm) Host Michaela Strachan visits the Cape Flats in South Africa to try and help save carthorses from neglect and abuse, while Alfie the rabbit faces the dentist's drill.
But professional dancer Ola, who is used to dancing with carthorses such as Andrew Castle and DJ Spoony, had no chance with our reporter The 26-year-old tried her best but soon realised he was more John Sergeant than John Travolta.