Definition of mudder in English:

mudder

Syllabification: mud·der
Pronunciation: /ˈmədər
 
/

noun

A horse that runs well in wet or muddy conditions.
More example sentences
  • Stardust Mel is the best mudder in California. Early last month Mrs. Marjorie Lindheimer Everett's rangy gray gelding splattered through the rain and murk to win.
  • Kramer overhears a hot horse tip("He's a mudder").

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