Course where the races take place. By extension, all the activities which are connected to horse races; also refers to the racing world.
Light cart, with or without a top, mounted on two large-diameter wheels. It carries four passengers on two back-to-back benches, the second may be put up to leave space for slightly bulky items of goods. It is the most common carriage in the country where it serves two purposes, i.e. passenger transport and transport of products taken to the market. Its name derives from the fact that the English were the first to adapt the cart to passenger transport.
Necessary supply of horses for the armed forces.
Second event of the traditional carriage driving competition consisting in a cross-country course over 12 to 15 kilometres with monitored passages, to be finished within a given time. The purpose is to judge the horses’ endurance.