Definition of Stake race
1. Noun. A horse race in which part of the prize is put up by the owners of the horses in the race.
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Literary usage of Stake race
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Cases: Selected Chiefly from Decisions of the Courts of the State of New by Austin Abbott, James MacGregor Smith (1892)
"Coney Island Jockey Club. the get of the said mare Brunette, for the said stake race known as the " Futurity '' of August 29, 1891. 13. ..."
2. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1905)
"(13 Allen) 161. And these words bave no greater effect as to so much of the highway as was below high-water mark. Id., 105 Muss. 351, 309. stake race. ..."
3. Wallace's Year-book of Trotting and Pacing in ...by John Hankins Wallace, American Trotting Register Association by John Hankins Wallace, American Trotting Register Association (1887)
"5 4 dis Time, 2:25)4-2:2294-2:23)4-2:2594-2:25)4. Diatonic, bl h, by Fairy Gift 1 1 stake race; foals of 1883 and under; $100 added. ..."
4. Goodwin's Official Annual Turf Guide for (1894)
"A winner of any stake race of the value of $l,500'to carry 3 Ibs.; of $2500, 5 Ibs. ex. ... Those not having won a stake race allowed 7 lb». ..."
5. Goodwin's Official Annual Turf Guide for ...Horse racing (1897)
"A winner of a three-year- old stake race, when carrying their weight (colts ... pounds: others never having won a two or three-year-old stake race (selling ..."
6. Outing (1893)
"Stamboul made his debut on the trotting turf when two years old, winning a stake race in straight heats in 2:37^4 and 2:31^. As a three-year-old he reduced ..."