Definition of winning post in English:

winning post

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  • A post marking the end of a race.
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    • A wide and galloping track, one of the key moments comes about two furlongs from the winning post where there is a dip in the course.
    • Fittingly, he was buried by the winning post on the Grand National course at Aintree.
    • That means a new bend from the winning post to the 12-furlong start.

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