Definition of flat racing in US English:

flat racing

noun

  • See flat race

    • ‘The final day of flat racing at Ascot was called off after the first race on Saturday because of a bomb threat.’
    • ‘His ban, which is the maximum for the offence, is due to start on Tuesday 16 March and run until Thursday 8 April on days on which flat racing is scheduled to take place.’
    • ‘With its sprint track, the racecourse serves a very useful purpose for flat racing in the spring and autumn.’
    • ‘I assumed they didn't do jumps in the summer and that it was flat racing.’
    • ‘Horses from Japan, Hong Kong, Europe and the United States will be competing for some of the biggest trophies in flat racing and the event will be broadcast to a global television audience of millions.’

Pronunciation

flat racing

/ˈflat ˈˌrāsiNG/