The thing thrown.
Four; that is, as many as are thrown into a vessel at once in counting herrings, etc; a warp.
when a horse has rolled in the stable in such a position that it cannot stand up without assistance
When a horse falls or lies down close to a wall or fence and cannot get up without help it is said to be "cast".
a horse that has rolled turns upon his back, unable to roll himself back to regain his feet.
A horse, positioned on its side or back, and wedged against a wall, such that it cannot get up.
1. A horse that has laid down or fallen and cannot risep; 2. Lost or thrown, such as a horseshoe.
A horse which rolls and gets stuck, either up against the wall of his stall, or near a fence, etc. Is said to be cast. Human intervention can be necessary to release the horse.
When a horse is down in confined quarters, such as his stall or the starting gate, and unable to regain his feet--he is "cast."
Refers to a horse which has fallen or lain down close to a wall or fence so that it cannot get up without assistance.
A horse is a cast when he lies down in the stall in such a way that he is too close to the wall, and there is a danger that he may not be able to get up by himself without injury.