Translation of yearling in Spanish:

yearling

yearling, n.

Pronunciation /ˈjɪrlɪŋ//ˈjəːlɪŋ//ˈjɪəlɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    Riding
    (potro de carreras de entre uno y dos años) yearling feminine
    • The sale includes 110 broodmares and an undisclosed number of yearlings, foals, and stallion interests.
    • Stakes-placed winner Aggie Southpaw, a nine-year-old son of Forty Niner, has sired ten foals of racing age and six yearlings.
    • The second most expensive yearling on the day was an Indian Charlie colt out of the Dawn Quixote mare Caliente Lace.
    • Red Storm Stable went to $78,000 for a dark bay or brown colt by the son of Storm Cat whose first foals are yearlings this year, out of On With The Music.
    • Killed in the fire were four horses that were being laid up from the racetrack, two yearlings, and one weanling.
    • He has 14 yearlings, according to Jockey Club records.
    • The final day will feature mostly yearlings and horses of racing age.
    • Renamed Country Life Nursery at Merryland Farm, the facility will be used for mares, foals, and yearlings.
    • Her last foal is a yearling by Atticus named Artist's Dream.
    • Second highest priced yearling of the session was a daughter of For Really purchased by El Ojo de Agua Racing Stables for $34,000.
    • Currently there are six divisions of Three Chimneys, four of which are devoted to mares and foals, one to yearlings, and one to the farm's 12 stallions.
    • Smith exerted his influence on South African bloodstock by importing quality yearlings and top stallions from New Zealand.
    • Standing for $15,000 this year, Benny the Dip's first foals are yearlings this year.
    • Secreniner's first foals are yearlings of 2002.
    • The second-highest price for a yearling in Goff's history came when Kilcarn Stud sole a stallion for £2 million.
    • Cassidy currently has an ownership interest in 28 horses, which includes broodmares, weanlings, and yearlings and horses in training.
    • From three crops, Moving Shoulder has eleven foals of racing age, eight yearlings, and three weanlings.
    • Peeples also purchased the second highest-priced yearling of the day when he bid $57,000 for a chestnut colt from the first crop of Just a Cat.
    • Despite the drops, Tuesday's session did produce the sale's probable top-priced colt and filly, two of eight seven-figure yearlings sold on the day.
    • The structure that was destroyed was a barn used for foaling mares and prepping yearlings.
  • 2

    Zoology
    animal de un año masculine
    añojo masculine Spain
    • He sells heifers as yearlings, finishes the bullocks and also has 20 ewes.
    • Erickson et al. conducted two feeding trials to evaluate the P requirements of steers brought into the feedlot as yearlings or calves.
    • L. J. Express has sired three foals in one crop of racing age and has two yearlings in his second crop.
    • Named after the famous explorer, Tom Crean the ram is a fine animal, a good scotch yearling bred by a Dingle sheep farmer who has a reputationn for producing hardy sheep.
    • To successfully graze and grow yearlings, a combination of very high quality winter and summer grasses must be available.
    • The yearlings are developed at his farm in Fenloe, Co Clare.
    • He mates them to a Charolais bull and keeps the calves until they are yearlings.
    • I can't throw my lambs on pasture and sell them as long yearlings next year.
    • In one of several grazing studies, yearlings on improved bermudagrass/ryegrass pasture grew at a moderate rate.
    • An Orkney farmer scooped one of the prizes at the prestigious Black Beauty Bonanza show of Aberdeen-Angus calves and yearlings, in Aberdeenshire, on Saturday.
    • ‘We got curious after the reports,’ says Davis, who's seen new lambs, yearlings and ewes within the herd.
    • Almost all rams were first caught as lambs or yearlings; those caught as adults were aged by counting the horn annuli.
    • The animals were classified as yearlings, 2-yr-olds, or mature bulls.
    • Weight gains of yearlings typically average 1.5 to 2.5 lb/day during the growing season.
    • Send yearlings to the feedlot early and curtail replacement heifer production for a year.
    • The animals included seven yearlings which an RSPCA vet said were emaciated and suffering from malnutrition.
    • Other yearlings grazing very high quality pastures with no supplemental feed are able to meet their lysine requirement and achieve moderate growth.
    • Overall, he counted at least 34 new lambs and 25 yearlings.
    • At Ennis Mart, 600 yearlings and 400 calves met a very strong trade.
    • Compared with the HPS, more weaned heifers and fewer bred yearlings were sold when heifer development costs were increased.