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winner's circle


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. An enclosed area at a racetrack where the winning horse and jockey are brought for awards and publicity.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a small area at a racecourse where awards are given to the owners of winning horses


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  • The man leading the garlanded horse into the winner's circle was expensively dressed, a beaming, well-set Chinese in his fifties.

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  • Down by the winner's circle Jacques deVille was strolling casually with Jason Plumm.

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  • In the final round, facing the always-tough Brad Jeter, John simply wouldn't be denied, taking his JEGS High Performance Chevy S-10 to the finish line first, and proudly representing the Coughlin family in the winner's circle of the annual Springnationals.

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  • They were standing on the grass near the winner's circle at the Happy Valley Racecourse, the three men dressed in raincoats and hats.

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