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GELD, old Eng. law. It signifies a fine or compensation for an offence; also, rent, money or tribute.

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He won race seven over six furlongs with 6-1 bet Long Time, bringing the six-year-old chestnut gelding from the rear of the field to get up in time and edge leader Mysterious Promise by a nose.
She rode Sarah Fort's 15-year-old palomino gelding Dylan to victory at the British Showjumping National Junior Academy Championships, held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, last weekend.
Useful on the Flat, Hughie Morrison's gelding slammed Collooney on his second timber start over course and distance.
The gelding seemed to lose his a little but he hit back TURN TO PAGE TWO FROM PAGE ONE in no uncertain terms when dismissing the classy Theatre Territory at Cheltenham in November.
The gelding seemed to lose his way a little but he hit back TURN TO PAGE TWO 02 Kempton 04 Wetherby 05 Lingfield Newcastle 06 Warwick 08 Fairyhse Punches 09 Kelso Southwell 10 Mr Fixit 12 Results FROM PAGE ONE in no uncertain terms when dismissing the classy Theatre Territory at Cheltenham in November.
Admittedly this gelding's best form is all at longer trips but he was impressive over two-anda-quarter miles at Punchestown two months ago.
This gelding was one of last season's best bumper horses s and he was only narrowly denied Cheltenham glory by Fayonagh.
In perhaps the greatest display of 'manning up' in history, the first-time juvenile 'gelding' trained by David o'Meara turned up sporting more than was expected.
ROSSES Point, a 10-year-old bay gelding and a winner of four races under rules at Fontwell, Ludlow, Wincanton and Worcester in 2006, when trained by Evan Williams, will be running in Welsh point-to-points this season.
Shaikh Shakbout was followed by David Frederic and his chestnut gelding Olympic du Talus in second place, with third
Ralph Beckett's Royal Applause gelding ran consistency well last season but only got his head in front once - winning over a mile at Chepstow.
Taking up the lead just over a furlong out on that occasion, the four-year-old gelding quickly put daylight between himself and the rest of the field to win cosily.