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I stopped to pee once, around mile eight, picking the absolute worst Porta-Potty on the racecourse, the inside of which had been sprayed by, well, someone having a much less gastrointestinally stable day than me.

I bolted in and out as quickly as I could, rubbing way too much hand sanitizer on my hands as I ducked the tape to head back onto the racecourse.

I live in a fairly quiet neighborhood and yet the few vehicles puttering by sounded like they had full-throated engines gunning it on a racecourse.

Imagine yourself on a racecourse with your competitors, leading the way.

In 1929, it used all the space it had to create a remarkably unique racecourse and hosted the first Monaco Grand Prix.

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The 31-year-old will be riding her horse, Toytown, and will use the torch to light a cauldron at the racecourse.

The Arab races, which take place in the autumn on the French racecourse near the town, are very curious, and well worth seeing.

From the top of the Schwaben it looks as though the side of the hill were fenced into a neat green track or racecourse.

The bustle of the racecourse enabled them to escape, and once more the travellers were alone.

For example, the athlete in the racecourse has to keep himself in training and to put every muscle on the stretch.

We went into camp at Rosebery Park, Sydney, which is a racecourse.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to racecourse, such as: course, court, golf course, green, park, and range.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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