Definitions for unbridledʌnˈbraɪd ld
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unbridled, unchecked, uncurbed, ungoverned(adj)
not restrained or controlled
"unbridled rage"; "an unchecked temper"; "ungoverned rage"
not fitted with a bridle
an unbridled horse
without restraint or boundary
She jumped into the project with unbridled enthusiasm.
loosed from the bridle, or as from the bridle; hence, unrestrained; licentious; violent; as, unbridled passions
Unbridled was a Champion American Thoroughbred racehorse. The colt was sired by Fappiano, by Mr. Prospector, and his dam was Gana Facil, by Le Fabuleux. Unbridled retired with a career record of 8 wins, 6 places and 6 shows in 24 starts, and $4,489,475 in career earnings. Unbridled had a rivalry with Summer Squall over their three- and four-year-old seasons. Summer Squall defeated Unbridled in 4 of their 6 meetings. In 1989 at age two, Unbridled won the What A Pleasure Stakes and placed in all six of his starts. At age three, ridden by jockey Craig Perret, he won the Grade I Florida Derby by four lengths and America's most prestigious race, the Kentucky Derby, by 3½ lengths. He finished second in the Preakness Stakes to Summer Squall then in a major upset, finished fourth in the Belmont Stakes to the Irish colt Go And Go. In the fall, ridden by Pat Day, Unbridled won the 1¼ mile Breeders' Cup Classic at Belmont Park in 2:02.20 minutes. His performances for the year earned him the prestigious Eclipse Award as Champion 3-year-old male of 1990. When Unbridled won the Derby, a network television camera in the Churchill Downs stands captured his trainer, Carl Nafzger, giving the horse's elderly owner, Frances Genter, a stretch call because of her poor vision. Nafzger shouted, "He's going to win! He's going to win! Oh, Mrs. Genter, I love you!"
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