an oblique movement of a horse in which the forehand and hindquarters move on two distinct parallel tracks and the body is maintained uniformly in the direction of the movement.
verb (used without object)
(of a horse) to execute a two-track.
verb (used with object)
to cause (a horse) to two-track.
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Historical Examples of two-track
At 134th Street and Broadway a two-track structure of the steel beam type about 200 feet long was completed.The New York Subway
The method adopted was by train, and a two-track approach to the pier was provided.