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Standardbred

[stan-derd-bred] /ˈstæn dərdˌbrɛd/
noun
1.
one of an American breed of trotting and pacing horses used chiefly for harness racing.
Origin of Standardbred
1890-1895
1890-95; standard + bred

standard-bred

[stan-derd-bred] /ˈstæn dərdˌbrɛd/
adjective
1.
pertaining to a horse of the Standardbred breed.
Origin
1890-95
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British Dictionary definitions for Standardbred

standard-bred

noun
1.
a US and Canadian breed of trotting and pacing horse, used esp for harness-racing
Word Origin
C19: so called because they are bred to attain a prescribed standard of speed
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