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barrel race

[ bar-uhl reys ]
/ ˈbær əl ˌreɪs /
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noun Manège.
a rodeo event, usually for women, in which a horse and rider must race in a zigzag pattern around three barrels, competing for the fastest time.
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Origin of barrel race

First recorded in 1930–35

OTHER WORDS FROM barrel race

bar·rel rac·ing, noun

Other definitions for barrel race (2 of 2)

barrel-race
[ bar-uhl-reys ]
/ ˈbær əlˌreɪs /

verb (used without object), bar·rel-raced, bar·rel-rac·ing.
to compete in a barrel race.

OTHER WORDS FROM barrel-race

barrel-racer, noun
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