Definition of salute the judge in English:

salute the judge

phrase

Australian
informal
  • (of a horse) win a race.

    • ‘Centre Stalls filly Twentyone Gun saluted the judge again in Darwin winning the 2YO race over 1000m convincingly.’
    • ‘On Saturday, alas, the four event card ended with each race being easily won: Alice's favourite son in the saddle, Tim Norton was able to record a treble, and aspiring local trainer Nigel Moody saw two of his chargers salute the judge.’
    • ‘It wasn't long until he was training out of Broadmeadow, in fact the first horse he trained as a trainer saluted the judge.’