nosebag


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nosebag

a bag, fastened around the head of a horse and covering the nose, in which feed is placed
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So whether it's Joe Soap with his nose in his own little nosebag or a fatcat with his snout in a larger trough, politicians can count on public ignorance once the noughts become too bewildering.
His sardonic list of 'useful' presents included "a little crocheted nosebag from an aunt, alas, no longer with us and ...
Ryan Moore''s presence aboard the Stoute-trained Courage is sure to attract plenty of attention in the Nosebag Cafeteria Maiden Stakes, but preference is for Darling Grace.
Lancashire advanced to 63 for one before, having lost 70 minutes of the morning's play to rain, the players toddled off, in nice, dry weather, to spent 40 minutes having their nosebag. That's cricket!
The Ballydoyle colt was fitted with a 'nosebag', an aid also used to help his pollen allergy when he won at his second attempt in Tipperary last month, but it was not to be for favourite-backers.
These huge beasts were often to be seen standing patiently outside one of the many hostelries around the area, nosebag attached and munching contentedly away.
I've mostly got it in check now but I have to keep a constant eye on it or I'd just nosebag every day.
Both father and daughter rode him, sprinkled their palms with sugar--his long blue tongue sickened me--and filled his nosebag with homemade muesli.
A Kelly relative, for instance, is said to be "more like Evans who always took great solace from the nosebag" (2000, 59): meaning that nothing will dampen the man's appetite.
Again, Sweeney's account of another such symmetry has the virtue of concision: "In The Prismatic Bezel, Sebastian's detective-story parody, the fact that victim and criminal turn out to be identical is foreshadowed by their names, which form a perfect palindrome ('Nosebag' and 'G.
Walter, a great horseman whose father owned the Cooma livery stables, was taken aback by the loads carried by horses in South Africa: "The rider and saddle, a pair of valises with overcoat, on top of which was a blanket picquet cape, heel rope, heel peg and surcingle, two nets of hay and a nosebag of oats; a mess tin and a shoe pocket with two shoes and nails.