In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- From its doors tandem and four-in-hands were wont to start for a run to New Rochelle.
- A second temple was located at the Circus Maximus, near the race-tracks, where he was considered to be the protector of the four-in-hands which joined the races.
- The Parish at this time would be full to bursting, with all kinds of traps, carriages, and four-in-hands with drivers and Postillions going to and fro from the course.
- South of the Inn, a building comprised of quarters for grooms, carriages, four-in-hands, sleighs, pungs, gentleman roadsters and a stable for 90 horses was erected.
- Before the invention of the four-in-hand, carriages with four horses had to have two drivers.
- Although Clay is not competing with four-in-hands, he still has his hands on the goings-on in the horse world of Virginia.
- These festivities included a contest in music, a dance to symbolize the defeat of the giants by the gods, a race for four-in-hands, and finally a gymnastic tournament.
- Between August 5 and 8, horse-drawn carriages, ranging from single-pony carriages to stately four-in-hands, were a common sight in Saratoga as carriage enthusiasts traveled to polo and the races.
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