Definition of High stepper

1. Noun. A horse trained to lift its feet high off the ground while walking or trotting.

Exact synonyms: Stepper
Generic synonyms: Equus Caballus, Horse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of High Stepper

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high steppage gait
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Literary usage of High stepper

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. People You Know by George Ade (1903)
"The Effort to Convert the Work Horse Into a High-Stepper ONCE there was a plain, unvarnished Yank who made his Pile in a Scrub Town situated midway between ..."

2. Types and Breeds of Farm Animals by Charles Sumner Plumb (1920)
"Trueness of action is essential, whether a high-stepper or not, the legs being carried forward in the same general line and the feet moved ..."

3. Types and Breeds of Farm Animals by Charles Sumner Plumb (1906)
"This is what is known as a " trappy gait," and such a horse is a " high stepper." The coach horse possessing such a movement is in great demand in the horse ..."

4. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1903)
"They wanted a high stepper that would get away over the ground with as little injury to himself as possible. I saw some there that nearly struck their chin ..."

5. Judging Live Stock by John Alexander Craig (1901)
"The high stepper in Action. The highest priced action in the general horse market is that of the high stepper. The peculiarity of this action consists in ..."

6. Judging Live Stock by John Alexander Craig (1901)
"While that of the carriage horse or high stepper must display effort, the trotter should move so as to leave the least impression of this. ..."

7. American Horse Show Blue Book (1903)
"Stallion, mare or gelding; high stepper; 15 and not over 15.2: ... Any sex ; high stepper ; all-around action and general excellence to be considered. ..."

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