Translation of furlong in Spanish:


estadio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfəːlɒŋ//ˈfərˌlɔŋ/


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    (medida de longitud equivalente a 201,2m) estadio masculine
    the final furlong la recta final
    • The roar of the crowd must have been music to the ears of McCoy, who never looked back and led for all two miles and five furlongs of the race.
    • Cyril Hart has pointed out the earliest known written record of the furlong as a unit of length, in the description of the boundary of Bury St. Edmunds in a charter dated 945.
    • Run over 12 furlongs it is the longest race on the card and is worth 1 million.
    • High Chaparral made the lead with an eighth of a mile to go and edged left in the final furlong.
    • I have never, ever heard of furlongs, and my question is ‘1 mile = 8 furlongs, how many cubic furlongs in a cubic mile?’
    • Silca's Gift takes up the running in the final two furlongs and draws away to score a comfortable victory by three lengths.
    • Eight furlongs into the ten furlong race, Gatwick looked to have next to no chance.
    • Trained by Mark Tompkins and ridden by Philip Robinson, Babodana made his move about three furlongs out.
    • Enclosed strips and furlongs are fields that probably originate from the enclosure of medieval strip fields.
    • Spencer then moved to the front and led inside the final furlong to record a famous victory for trainer Henry Candy.
    • This is a promising young horse, who is likely to relish every yard of the two miles and six furlongs.
    • He has only ever won over three miles and a furlong or below but Henderson does not think the trip will be a problem for his horse.
    • A wide and galloping track, one of the key moments comes about two furlongs from the winning post where there is a dip in the course.
    • The John Gosden-trained colt took up the lead coming into the home straight but faded in the final furlong.
    • Long before the Norman Conquest in 1066, Saxon farmers in England were measuring distance in rods and furlongs and areas in acres.
    • Tomorrow's three miles and three furlongs contest should bring out the best in him and a return to winning form is expected.
    • Tomorrow he steps up to a marathon three miles and three furlongs and, in a very modest event, can surely play a strong role.
    • For the first part of the race Attraction was boxed in but when a gap opened up on the rails with two furlongs to go the race was over.
    • Bandari's fast pace caught up with him in the closing four furlongs as first Millenary and then Warrsan outpaced him.
    • A dour stayer, very much at home over this distance of three miles and three furlongs, he is taken to clinch the spoils.
    • In a wide open race, Wannabe Around broke from the start and opened up a five-length lead with three furlongs to go.
    • Dettori had his mount travelling well all through the race and moved up with a furlong and a half to go to challenge Two Miles West.
    • The Prix du Moulin winner, ridden by Christophe Lemaire, took over the lead in the final couple of furlongs.
    • He won over a mile and two furlongs at Leopardstown back in May, coasting home by half a dozen lengths.