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    “A Thoroughbred racehorse is one of God’s most impressive engines” (Citation). For decades, horse racing has enchanted many audiences. During the Great Depression, American Citizens loved to root on the famous horses (Citation). However, if the beast is fascinating, then shouldn’t the man who tames it be even more alluring? Often forgotten from the compelling sport are the daring jockeys on the horses. During the 1930s, jockeys suffered much unknown pain as a result of their destructive sport, were

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    History Of Horse Racing

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    Horses and horse racing have had a substantial impact on the history of America and continue to be a large part of American culture today. It is easy to see how horse racing has evolved by going back in time and identifying how it all began. First off, Thoroughbred: Born to Run, A PBS documentary produced and directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Wagner, discusses the origins of horse racing, “The first steeplechase race in Ireland in the 1600s was a race between two steeple churches”

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    Horse Racing: The Ethics of Winning Even though tensions rise between the ethics in sport and the ideas of winning, families identify accomplishment in the bond between hobbies and the good life, as horse racing is a favorite past-time. Although desiring to win compromises the conduct and character of the owner, trainers, jockeys, and horses, many fans remain uptight toward betting on cheaters while taking them at face-value. While articles, periodicals, and congressional hearing testimonies about

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    multi-billion dollar racing industry, it is important for those involved to understand the factors that will determine successful racehorses. Racing supports people in their livelihoods, and successful horses result in a lot of money. Although it is universally accepted that the greatest factors that result in success for racehorses are breeding and training, I argue that other factors, such as experience, timing, and luck play a big role in their success as well. Most people involved in horse racing would argue

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    Against Horse Racing Grace Jackson Have you ever been to a horse race? Seeing the riders give their horses a pat and an apple after the race, people cheering for their horse as it runs rapidly to the finish line? Seems like a great time. But what happens to those horses after they are done their race. What happens to the people who gambled their family’s lives savings. All horse racing should be shut down due to the well being of the horses, the effects of gambling, and the lack of interest. Just

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    Horse racing is a fickle sport. One minute, a horse and its connections are on top of the horse racing world and one misstep later, it all comes crashing down. This past Saturday, horse racing fans got a not so subtle reminder of that very fact. As Mastery cruised to a 6 3/4 length victory in the Grade II San Felipe Stakes, his back hind condylar bone sustained a fracture just seconds after crossing the wire. The injury has taken him right off the Kentucky Derby trail just as he had ascended to

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    western, and different ideals to a trained horse. What creates major disputes between riders is the way of training that others riders practice on their horse. What might be perfectly fine for someone might seem like abuse for others. The truth is, there’s a fine line between training and abuse. Horses should be trained and be pushed less harshly since it can greatly damage their health, lead to bad horsemanship, and won’t develop the relationship between horse and rider. Many famous training methods

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    driver has the legal right to hit the horse for motivation in order to win a position. Network television is broadcasting the acceptance of whipping by showcasing to the viewers how the drivers are permitted to hit the horses. Whipping should be banned in horse racing. In fact, the amendment to rule 1734, involving whipping, was filed with the Secretary of State on October 13, 2016 and will be effective January 1, 2017. According to the California Horse Racing Board, “The Board proposes to amend

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    will be on the history of horse racing. I chose this topic since I have always been fascinated with horses and want to learn more on the subject. My goal for this project is to research and understand how horse racing has developed. I became interested in horses around the time I went to a horse riding camp with a friend. However, after recently going to a horse race in Kentucky with my family and my dad’s friend, I have became further captivated in the horse racing aspect. During this

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    Thoroughbred horse racing is a worldwide sport and industry involving the racing of Thoroughbred horses. It is governed by different national bodies. There are two forms of the sport: flat racing and jump racing. So the study the clinical, hematological and biochemical biomarkers are most useful information that make the race horse such a super athlete and good managed. This study was carried out on twenty one thoroughbred race horses in order to evaluate physical performance and recovery time through

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