Change in order of finish by stewards for an infraction of the rules.
Horse so far behind the rest of the field of runners that it is out of contact and unable to regain a position of contention.
Rubber traffic cones (or a wooden barrier) placed at certain distances out from the inner rail, when the track is wet, muddy, soft, yielding or heavy, to prevent horses during the workout period from churning the footing along the rail. Used in the phrase, "The dogs are up," or simply, "dogs up."
Strong urging by jockey, usually at the ending stages of a race.