Translation of racing in Spanish:


carreras de caballos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈreɪsɪŋ//ˈreɪsɪŋ/


  • 1also horse racing

    carreras de caballos feminine
    (commentator/correspondent) (before noun) hípico
    in racing circles en círculos hípicos
    • to be a racing certainty ser de cajón
    • it's a racing certainty that he'll be there es de cajón que va a estar allí
    • He also was charged with giving misleading evidence to stewards and bringing racing into disrepute.
    • A snowstorm wiped out live racing at five tracks in the Eastern United States on Sunday.
    • Britain's first new racecourse for 60 years is odds-on to showcase top-flight racing.
    • The event remains the only occasion in British racing where every horse taking part wins prize money.
    • Nowhere is variety more the spice of life than when it comes to British racing, much to the envy of everyone else.
    • Live racing is scheduled to resume at both facilities on Saturday.
    • For maximum excitement and variety a mixed card of flat, hurdle and steeplechase racing has been organised.
    • He denied any allegation of race fixing but is due to face a Jockey Club charge of bringing racing into disrepute next month, which he denies.
    • The decision to resume both live racing and simulcasting will be made as soon as power is restored to the Miami track.
    • While there is no doubt that racing will be the focus of the day, racecourse chiefs have lots in store to keep the younger members of the family amused.
    • Turf racing is scheduled to run through the third week of November and may go longer, weather permitting.
    • He was a keen amateur jockey and horse breeder who used his time as chairman of the Australian Jockey Club to revise the rules of racing - revisions that were later adopted nationally.
    • Jump racing is one of the most dangerous sports that exist and all sorts of drama and injury lurk around the corner.
    • The Downs has not conducted live racing since 1997 and shut down the following season due to financial trouble.
    • In the last six months, the landscape of Washington racing has changed dramatically.
    • Additionally, they say that racing should be taxed as an ordinary business.
    • His feeling for the track and racing came through very clearly, but again it was understated.
    • Live racing was scheduled to return with five-race turf-only cards on Sunday and Monday.
    • There's a long heritage of racing in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati.
    • Redevelopment of the site will result in the end of live racing there, a feature of the fair since 1951.
  • 2

    (sport, pastime)
    carreras feminine
    • Yacht racing has been described as a hole in the ocean you throw money into!
    • On the competitive side of racing, no other current driver has three Winston Cup trophies.
    • Luck influences the outcome of an event in auto racing more than in any other sport.
    • The sport of pigeon racing is built around a central mystery: the strange homing instinct of the pigeon.
    • Dragon boat racing is a Chinese sport that has its origins about 2400 years ago.
    • Around 45 percent of competitive kart racing is done by youths.
    • There are soccer and basketball teams, and camel racing is a popular spectator sport.
    • The track at millennium park provides the ideal opportunity for those interested in stepping into competitive racing.
    • American Le Mans Series sports car racing is not the only competition on the track.
    • Even the yacht racing will be within the urban area, clearly visible from a myriad Sydney Harbour hills and vantage points: both firsts for an Olympiad.
    • Sulky racing normally involves one human and one horse
    • Rally racing has been a sports phenomenon that has gripped the Europeans, but not North Americans.
    • By nature, automobile racing is the most technological of sports.
    • Dirt bike racing is a contact sport that can take away lives thus extra protection and precaution must be taken into consideration.
    • But he finally made the decision to end 20 years of high-level competitive racing after a race in Peterborough.
    • I've lost movement in my left shoulder; physically I'm not up to competitive racing.


  • 1

    (car/bicycle/dog) de carrera(s)
    (yacht) de regata
    (circuit) de carreras
    (circuit) automovilístico
    (driver) de carreras
    (pigeon) mensajero
    (pigeon) de carreras
    • Just as I was leaving, the rain stopped and for a brief time the sun emerged from behind the racing clouds.
    • The wind was howling through the trees, the sky was overcast with heavy racing clouds, and one or two large drops of rain proclaimed the approach of a storm.