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A piece of equipment that covers a horse's ears to prevent it from hearing distracting sounds.  

A horse that is gently pulled up during a race.  

Running or winning without being pressed by driver or opposition.  

Two or more horses with common ownership (or in some cases trained by the same trainer) that are paired as a single betting unit in one race and/or are placed together by the racing secretary as part of a mutuel field. Rules on entries vary from state to state. Also known as a "coupled entry."  

Entry Fee
Money paid by an owner to enter a horse in a stakes race.  

Neither gaining nor losing position during a race.  

A wager in which the first two finishers in a race, in exact order of finish, must be picked. Called an "exactor" in Canada.  

Exotic (wager)
Any wager other than win, place or show.

Running at top speed.  

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