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1.
When engaging in coitus with rear entry (doggie style) one hooks his ring and middle finger into the female's mouth bilaterally to provide leverage and minimize the talking. Thus mimicking riding a race horse.
She was all sweaty and kept talking so I pulled a Secretariat and finished up quick.
by Freeloading Rusty February 02, 2011
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2.
The goddamn greatest racehorse of all time. Winner of the Triple Crown (Preakness, Bellmont, and the Kentucky Derby) in 1973, his performance at the Belmont Stakes is considered his crowning achievement. He ran the Stakes in a still-standing world record time of 2:24 (setting the world record by 2 2/5 seconds, or 10 lengths) and beating his nearest competitor by an astonishing 31 lengths. This discrepancy was so large that the widest-angle lenses could hardly capture both Secretariat and his competitors.

Named by Time Magazine as the #35 greatest athlete of all time (highest non-human).

Also the subject of an upcoming movie (2010).
Seabiscuit was the greatest horse ever!!

Man, you don't know jack. Secretariat is, and will always be, the greatest horse of all time. His records will probably never be beaten--the nearest competitor is still 2 whole seconds off!
by betelguese05 June 26, 2010
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3.
The winner of the 1973 Triple Crown (The winning of the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes), considered to be one of the greatest racehorses of all time due to his many unbreakable records including the fastest time at the Kentucky Derby and his 31 length win at the Belmont. Also used in reference to a very fast runner who no one can keep with.
Person: Whoa! Slow down Secretariat! I can't keep up!
by Converto February 02, 2012
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4.
The goddamn greatest racehorse of all time. Winner of the Triple Crown (Preakness, Bellmont, and the Kentucky Derby) in 1973, his performance at the Bellmont Stakes is considered his crowning achievement. He ran the Stakes in a still-standing world record time of 2:24 (setting the world record by 2 2/5 seconds, or 10 lengths) and beating his nearest competitor by an astonishing 31 lengths. This discrepancy was so large that the widest-angle lenses could hardly capture both Secretariat and his competitors.

Named by Time Magazine as the #35 greatest athlete of all time (highest non-human).

Also the subject of an upcoming movie (2010).
Man, you don't know jack. Secretariat is, and will always be, the greatest horse of all time. His records will probably never be beaten--the nearest competitor is still 2 whole seconds off!
by betelguese05 June 26, 2010
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