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With the exception of his Olympic triumph in 2016, he always ran in races that allowed pacers—a setup which tends to favor the fastest runners in the field.
Pacer had something wrong with his mouth, and Mr. Wood turned back his lips and examined it carefully.
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
Pacer winced a little, and Mr. Wood said: "Steady, steady, my beauty; 'twill soon be over."
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
I think the best story about Cleve and Pacer is the one that uncle told me last evening.
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
He unhitched the lead team and in place of the sorrel put a saddle horse called Pacer.
That's what most entertaining in Hillsboro is like, but, as I say, once in a while the old slow pacer wakes up.
THE MELTING OF MOLLYMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
It was an old gray pacer this time, attached to a dilapidated wagon by cords and odd ends of harness.
They were named "Racer" and "Pacer," and were warranted by their late owner to out-distance any rabbit that ever drew breath.
BEN BLAIRWILL LILLIBRIDGE
Three horses, any road—that's Johnny the Pacer has joined 'em; though I don't expect he means fighting.
THE CROOKED STICKROLF BOLDREWOOD
Hopeful was a chubby little white pacer, from a farm on the New England hills.
LOOKING BACKMERRICK ABNER RICHARDSON

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