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racehorse

refers usually to thoroughbred but may also include standardbred, trotter.
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It represents a significant move by those invested in the thoroughbred industry in Japan to promote the retraining of racehorses and 'second careers' for thoroughbreds.
The allocation of additional tickets will not only be a boost to syndicates and other types of owners but could play a part in attracting more people into racehorse ownership.
The ride from Stratford to Warwick on Sunday August 23 is intended to highlight the work of the Retraining Of Racehorses charity.
And last week the pair were crowned national champions in the Intro section of the Retraining of Racehorses Dressage Horse Series 2014 final at Vale View Equestrian Centre, near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.
The Racehorse Owners Association says no single aspect of the experience of visiting a racecourse dictates whether it is a good day out or not.
The Middlesbrough rider finished second out for 32 riders in the Racehorse to Riding Horse class on ex-racehorse, Stevey's Lad, mirroring her feat of last year where she went on to finish seventh at HOYS.
From left, Chair of Merseytravel's Rail Services Committee, Chris Blakeley; Chair of Merseytravel, Mark Dowd; and Ginger McCain, at Southport Station, with the train named after legendary racehorse, Red Rum
The lucky winner will win a racehorse for a year trained by the renowned Curragh trainer Frances Crowley.
Any owning or racing a horse will quickly come to consider PROFESSIONAL CARE OF THE RACEHORSE a 'Bible' of information--or will have to learn the same information the harder way, through the school of hard knocks.
Each spring, racehorse owners eagerly await the greatest racing competitions: The Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing.
A study also found that each racehorse that is raised and runs in Alberta on the community circuit has an estimated annual impact of between $30,000 and $40,000 to Alberta and the community.