filly

All Noun Adverb
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  • Info A filly is a young female horse too young to be called a mare.
  • She became just the fourth filly to win in the modern history of the race.
  • In the early part of its history it was also open to fillies.
  • She became the first British-trained three-year-old filly to win the race.
  • She became the first British-trained three-year-old filly to win the race.
  • When the king agreed, he carried her off on the bay filly.
  • With a week before the race they decided not to enter the filly.
  • The filly settled behind the leaders before moving up to take the lead in the straight.
  • She was the leading American filly of her generation at both two and three years of age.
  • She was regarded as one of the greatest fillies of the modern era.
  • At age two, in her eight starts the filly won six races and finished second twice.
  • It was one of several races for older fillies introduced that year across Europe.
  • Eighteen fillies had initially been entered for the race, but only seven started.
  • It marked only the second time in the thirty-seven year history of the race that a filly had won.
  • In the early part of its history it was restricted to three-year-old fillies.
  • In the early part of its history it was restricted to three-year-old fillies.
  • In the early part of its history it was restricted to three-year-old fillies.
  • Fillies took the first four places in the twenty-six runner field.
  • This filly had seemed well exposed as a two-year-old when she won twice at small meetings.
  • The race was initially introduced for three year old fillies.
  • The race was initially introduced for three year old fillies.
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Meaning of filly

  • noun A young female horse under the age of four