Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person employed in a stable.
- Pitman, a member of the BBC Television racing team, joined Winter as a stable lad in 1964.
- I found myself employed as a stable lad in the wealthy household of the Lord of Flemming.
- Dessie was joined at the launch by retired jockey Brian Connorton, who used to travel in railway horseboxes during his time as a stable lad.
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