Noun(1) a person who is pursuing and trying to overtake or capture(2) a drink to follow immediately after another drink
(1) And he has subsequently blossomed into an even more outstanding young chaser .(2) bourbon on the rocks with a beer chaser(3) The former chaser slipped the field turning for home and galloped 12 lengths clear by the time he cleared the final hurdle.(4) After witnessing the warm reception that the horse received coming into the winner's enclosure, co-owner Paul Barber paid tribute to the veteran chaser .(5) The leading Irish chaser was never travelling well at Leopardstown and eventually finished 13 lengths behind Best Mate.(6) This will make a good novice chaser - with good prospects at Cheltenham(7) Carl Llewellyn has been singing his praises - a novice chaser for the future.(8) ‘Oscar Brunel is a very nice horse and a chaser in the making,’ said his trainer, Pat Doyle.(9) A prize of £200,000 goes to the overall champion, plus £50,000 for the top chaser and £50,000 for the top hurdler.(10) This horse was a natural chaser from the time we first schooled him.(11) He thought about buying a whisky chaser to go with the beer but decided against it.(12) She drank a beer as chaser to a Vodka double on ice.(13) Hounslow travel to promotion chasers Milton United on Saturday.(14) But going into the last fence Mark and Another Rum upped the tempo and at the finish the pair stormed to the line, seven lengths clear of the chasers .(15) The meet regularly attracts the best chasers and hurdlers in Europe.(16) ‘I've come to watch the best chasers and hurdlers in the world in action here,’ says Tom O'Malley from Dublin.
(1) petticoat chaser :: ペチコートチェイサー
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