Clocker

(horseracing) person who frequents the racetrack in the early morning when horses are being trained and times the runs in order to get useful information for betting

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • clocker — I. ˈkläkə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: clock (II) + er 1. : one that times racehorses during workouts and records information that will be useful in grouping and handicapping the horses 2. : one that times a race or measures a flow (as of traf …   Useful english dictionary


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