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    Horse racing can seem very glamorous. Some Cups are even celebrated with public holidays. Millions of dollars are spent on the fancy ceremonies, champagne, outfits, and gambling on the outcome of the race. However, not many people realize what goes on behind the scenes. Body Paragraphs- Horse racing is an ancient sport. Archaeological records indicate that horse racing occurred in Ancient Greece, Babylon, Syria, and Egypt. Horse racing was popular enough to be included in Ancient Greek Olympics, and was very similar to chariot racing. There are many different types of horse racing but the most popular include: flat, jump, harness, and endurance racing. Flat racing is where horses gallop directly between two points around a straight or oval track. Jump racing is when horses race over obstacles. Harness racing is where horses trot or pace while pulling a driver in a sulky. Endurance racing is when horses travel across country over extreme distances,…

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    Horse Racing Analysis

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    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 being brought to your screens in the form of a fascinating new video slot.…

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    Horse racing has been in the eyes of the public for many years. How could it not be, with how much publicity surrounding it, much like football or baseball in the United States. Some of this publicity is good, with impressive feats such as the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years garnering an international audience. However, publicity can also be bad with animal rights activists (people who believe animals should live free unrestricted by humans and not used for food, clothes, sport, etc.)…

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    Horse Racing Tips for Sept 19 at Hamilton, Kempton, Leicester Hamilton and Kempton are some of the top racecourses that host events on September 19 with action also set at Leicester. Horse racing today has become a tradition for those who simply love betting on certain horses and also for those who prefer this over F1 Grands Prix. If we think about it, horse racing started way before cars became widely available - about 500 years ago. UK is one of the most prominent representatives, having…

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    Horse Racing Article Javier Castellano is a top-ranking jockey in American Thoroughbred horse racing. Racing runs in his family. In fact, his father, who died in 2000, his uncle and a brother are all jockeys. But even though his father already passed away, he still considers him to be the biggest influence on his career as a jockey. Castellano started his riding career in 1996 at Santa Rita and La Rinconada race courses in Venezuela. In June 1997, the jokey migrated to the United States where…

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    Australia, one of the most underrated horse racing destinations known to man. It might surprise one to find out the history of racing in the Southern Hemisphere is second to none. It includes great horse, jockeys and trainers who know a thing or two about running horses in the top races on the planet. Facts About Racing in Australia Arguably, the most famous name in horse racing history is Phar Lap and yes, most of his racing was done in Australia or New Zealand during the late 1920s and early…

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    Why Is Horse Racing Wrong

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    Horse Racing: Right or Wrong? Horse racing may be considered an older American pastime but it is still alive and well in today’s society. Thousands of people watch each year as horses run, full speed, down a dirt track hoping for the ultimate trophy; The Triple Crown. Horse racing is an entirely different world. Little kids aspire to be jockeys while parents aspire for the horse they bet on to win. The horse racing industry appeals to everyone of all ages and that is one of the reasons it has…

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    to train a horse to race barrels, there are several different parts which have to happen in order to get the horse prepared to do this activity: be physically fit, understand the queues or commands, have a basic understanding of the pattern to be ran and have a reward system in place to allow the horse to succeed and win the race. By accomplishing these tasks, it will allow the rider to win the contest and give the horse a since of accomplishment. Racing barrels is a physically demanding sport.…

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    Thoroughbred Racing Since the late 1900’s horses evolved from an animal of practicality and transportation to one of pleasure, trade and gambling. Thoroughbred racing is a worldwide industry involving the gambling, racing and breeding of thoroughbred horses. The racing industry is multinational and followed all around the world, with the UK and Ireland, USA, France, Italy, Australia and New Zealand being the major influences in the breeding and production of thoroughbred racehorses. The New…

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    remember, I have always been strongly drawn to horses, just like a moth to a flame. It seems that this deep passion can be found directly in my blood. Maybe I have inherited some kind of a genomic proclivity toward the equine species. As a future veterinarian, it’s indisputable that my love and respect of horses and all living creatures, explain my revulsion and hatred toward animal cruelty, whether it be neglect or intentional. It is a dishonour that millions of animals, placed at high risk of…

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