claimer
Noun

claimer (plural claimers)

  1. A person who makes a claim; a claimant.
  2. A pretender to a royal title.
  3. A racehorse offered for sale before a race and delivered to the buyer afterwards.
  4. A claiming race.
    • 2002, Paul D. Siegel, How to Own Winning Standardbred Racehorses (page 61)
      He did not have a proper claiming authorization on file, and contended that the trainer had not asked his permission to enter the horse in a claimer.



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