One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A thoroughbred horse.
- ‘My horse is very much a blood horse, he takes a lot of work.’
- ‘Importing Eastern blood horses through the Levant trade entailed ‘much trouble, expense and difficulty to procure, keep, and then to send them away’.’
- ‘In the 1590s, when Eastern blood horses were still rare in England, Arabians were infinitely superior to other horses, a breed apart.’
- ‘And this self-representation is most profoundly figured as a partnership with intelligent, sensitive blood horses, who have initiative and ideas and will not be bullied into submission.’
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