adj.— «You’ll often see good trotters whose hindquarters are higher than their withers as viewed from the side. This horse is referred to as being built downhill. For a trotter, going downhill doesn’t mean he’s no longer the horse he used to be. It’s a description of good trotter shape.» —“The Differences Between Trotters and Pacers” by Yudi EduBook Dec. 15, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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