hoof-and-hook

/ˈhʊf-ən-hʊk/ (say 'hoof-uhn-hook)

adjective
of or relating to a competition in which cattle are judged live, and then slaughtered to be judged for carcase characteristics.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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