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    animals and sees fundamental wrongs in the use of animals as a resource whether that be for food, medicine or entertainment (Regan, 1983). On the surface greyhound racing is unethical as it “exploits” animals for entertainment, however, efforts have been made to improve the ethical standing of the sport and reduce its infringement on…

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    allows for the commercial racing of greyhounds. However, Australia is starting to speak up against their concerns about the cruel and inhumane ways of the industry. The greyhound industry in Australia is clearly operating outside the boundaries of community standards and one of the reasons is because the industry is completely self regulating. Recently New South Whales made the move to propose a ban on greyhound racing completely. This bill will be outlined in this essay with reference to…

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    Applying performance enhancing drugs to competitive racing animals such as racehorses or greyhounds, can be a huge temptation for trainers whether legal or illegal. Trainers have always looked for an advantage against their competitors, therefore they will do whatever it takes to be the best and even win. Handlers, veterinarians, and jockeys are also involved in this scheme. (The Horseracing Industry, 2015) A various number of these drugs is to mask pain from injured horses or to increase the…

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    ethical treatment of animals and many disputes within the sport of thoroughbred racing. According to Dr. John Webster, Professor of Animal Husbandry at the University of Bristol, there are five freedoms that humans need to strive to provide for their animals: Freedom from thirst, hunger, and malnutrition, freedom from discomfort, freedom from pain, injury, and disease, freedom to express normal behavior, and freedom from fear and distress. By following these guidelines there is no reason an…

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    Racing There are a couple reasons why I enjoy racing. I enjoy the class I am in and the competition in this sport. Racing is a skilled and competitive sport. I love the competition so I can improve my skills in racing and hopefully continuing my racing career to full size cars. What my dreams are for my future in racing. My dream is racing in the World Of Outlaws. I prefer racing wing better than non-wing due to the wing cars can go faster. In the wing class, since you have a wing…

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    My Passion for Racing There are a couple reasons why I enjoy racing. I enjoy racing for the competition in the sport. Racing is a skilled and competitive sport. The competitiveness can help to improve my skills and hopefully be able to continue my racing career to a full size car. My dream is to race in the World Of Outlaws. There is basically two styles of racing in this area, wing and non-wing. I prefer racing wing better than non-wing due to the potentially faster speeds of the wing…

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    Everyone has heard of the triple crown, it is one of the highest and most prestigious awards in horse racing, it was typically understood that the receiving horse was the best horse. Seabiscuit was the horse to change that belief. Many years after his victory over the Triple Crown recipient, the movie, Seabiscuit, was made to depict the life and racing career of a special horse. It also renders a surreal image of the team that raced along with the undersized contender. It is an inspirational…

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    In the automotive industry, competition is intense although the numbers of players are moderate. The industry is also large and matured. Should a firm decide to leave the industry, there are huge costs to be encountered hence the firms always opt to stay put even in the face of bankruptcies. Companies in the industry also competes in innovation and this enhances the levels of competition witnessed in the industry (Toyota Motor Corporation, 2014). In the same vein, customer loyalty is also high…

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    One of our worlds most renowned marvels of the ancient era was the Circus Maximus. Constructed for the entertainment for the citizens of ancient Rome, this colossus of a structure was home to sporting events that wold house thousands. The Circus Maximus is one of the most well known, most visited areas of what is now modern Rome, even though it no longer stands in its former grander. This arena that was once a pinnacle of ancient entertainment, and a social hub for many, is now to be nothing…

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    Horse Racing Analysis

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    impressive slot they have to offer, thanks to just having three reels, there is something inherently likeable from the game. Despite simple animation and sound effects, the reels spin true with fruit symbols that are classic to slot games. Above the reels are the horses, each with a different fruit symbol There’s a simple layout in effect here, just 3x3 reels, but there’s more than that to the game, rest assured. Strapped into the saddle Horse racing is an old staple of gambling, and is now…

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