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racing form

noun
1.
a sheet that provides detailed information about horse races, including background data on the horses, jockeys, etc.
Origin of racing form
1945-1950
First recorded in 1945-50
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  • Again it was empty except for the operator, a tow-headed kid with a racing form tucked in a side pocket.

  • The night man in the garage under the building put down his racing form and dug my Plymouth out of a welter of chrome and glass.

    Call Him Savage John Pollard
  • Satisfied, he folded the racing form, shoved it back into his pocket, and walked over to the fifty-dollar window.

    The Foreign Hand Tie Gordon Randall Garrett

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