Origin of steeplechasing
verb (used without object), stee·ple·chased, stee·ple·chasing.
Origin of steeplechase
Examples from the Web for steeplechasing
Historical Examples of steeplechasing
I think they were steeplechasing, and he had Kester on his back.Lover or Friend
Rosa Nouchette Carey
Purler, a heavy fall from a horse in the hunting or steeplechasing field.The Slang Dictionary
John Camden Hotten
Steeplechasing and racing I must touch on, and the little I have to say will not be in its favour.
Although not keen on polo he was very fond of steeplechasing.Sir John French
The unfortunate beast had learned to do everything—running, steeplechasing, jumping, army service.The Red Battle Flyer
Capt. Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen
- a horse race across a stretch of open countryside including obstacles to be jumped
- a rare word for point-to-point