redboard v. to speculate on the outcome of a horse race that has already finished. Editorial Note: The garbled text in the 1954 citation is true to the original. Several lines seem to have been mis-ordered, so it should probably have read, “On thinking things over, or ‘red-boarding’ the race, On Your Own should have been played for several reasons.” (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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