Examples from the Web for trotters
"Kate has been in here several times," a Trotters shop assistant told People.6 Things We Know About the Royal Baby’s Future Style|Erin Cunningham|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then it happened: a handsome little piglet was wheeled through the restaurant with trotters hanging gently over its dish.
She pointed to Trotters' breast pocket, which, as far as could be seen by the light of the street-lamp near them, looked bulky.Witty Pieces by Witty People|Various
They were lanky, thin-necked creatures, but Victor knew enough of horses to perceive in them signs of a famous breed of trotters.Victor Ollnee's Discipline|Hamlin Garland
Prior to 1866 purses for trotters were small; match races were more in vogue, and the trotting turf was in bad odour.
If the spot be not of long standing, take the Ashes of Sheep's Trotters calcined, and apply them hot both under and upon the spot.The Toilet of Flora|Pierre-Joseph Buc'hoz
The trotters, keen and full of play, flew along, tossing their queenly heads in the very exuberance of life.The Bishop of Cottontown|John Trotwood Moore
British Dictionary definitions for trotters
Word Origin and History for trotters
late 14c. as a type of horse; agent noun from trot (v.). Meaning "foot of a quadruped" is from 1520s.