We play polo and we ride in steeplechases and the papers are full of accidents.
She reminded him of a cream-tinted monkey in the maddest of steeplechases.
She was caught by camera-bogies on every shopping expedition, at the steeplechases, at the weddings of other people—everywhere.
He was more at home about horses and steeplechases than about opera-dancers and beauties and the small scandals of town.
Bransome, who was also in riding clothes, although he was not taking part in the steeplechases himself, glanced at the clock.
Plumpton, which is now known chiefly for its steeplechases, has had in its day at least two interesting inhabitants.
To the steeplechases, when he was so slim and wiry that, in spite of his height, he had ridden many a horse to victory.
Steeplechases take place at Groenenval and on other Belgian courses, but are not of high class.
Where would old England's horseflesh be without races and steeplechases?