[ham-buh l-toh-nee-uh n]
- one of a superior strain of American trotting horses descended from the stallion Hambletonian.
- an annual harness race for three-year-old trotters, formerly held at Goshen, New York, now at DuQuoin, Illinois.
Origin of Hambletonian
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The game had been called off, of course, and Hambletonian had been telegraphed.
But not everybody on this day was discussing "Abdallah" and "Hambletonian."
The whole college went up, just before the game with Hambletonian, and knelt on the sidewalk before Judge Scroggs' house.
That's how busted we were; and there was Hambletonian, twenty miles away, full of money and misguided faith in their team.
We had to put the baseball team on so that they would be prepared to go over to Hambletonian at noon.
- one of a breed of trotting horses descended from a stallion of that name
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