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    life that will unquestionably determine whether a subject is really alive or not. Take an Thoroughbred racehorse for example, they are obviously alive, proving that by being made of cells, being able to regulate homeostasis, reproduce, grow and develop, have a metabolism, respond to stimuli and show biological evolution. One of the characteristics of life is that the organism is made of cells. Thoroughbreds are multicellular organisms, which means that their cells are eukaryotic and specialized.

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    To thoroughbred horse racing fans, Santa Anita Park in Arcadia is the place to go this winter. The Park offers live horse racing in the backdrop of the magnificent San Gabriel Mountains. Except for occasional tourists, horse racing fans are not there for the scenery but to bet and win on horse races. Thoroughbred racing fans also called handicappers are using race programs and tip sheets to analyze and bet on horse races. To the handicappers, winning a bet on a horse race is like smoking marijuana

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    A Journalist's Audience

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    There are many different types of articles: newspaper articles, journal articles, editorial articles, research articles. Each one of these articles target a different audience. The authors takes into account who will be reading their article and how much knowledge he or she has on the topic being discussed. The style of each of these articles depends on the audience. The comprehensibility of a newspaper article will be much greater than a research journal article written by a scientist. The

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    subscribing. Here at BlueBlood Thoroughbreds, we encourage our clients to ask first before signing up. Being a part of a syndicate is thrilling, but it can easily become confusing or overwhelming to those new to the setup. To make it easier, we’ve compiled 7 common questions every person looking to buy a horse or join a syndicate should ask. 1. What is a racehorse syndicate? What are its advantages from sole-ownership? Racehorse syndicates are a form of thoroughbred ownership where a group of people

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    popularity for the sport, which for years has been on the decline. It also put the horse racing industry in the spotlight just as it is trying, yet again, to change its antidoping and medication rules, which are different in each of the 38 racing jurisdictions in the United States and in some ways give cheaters yawning loopholes to step through. And when loopholes turn into nooses — let’s say, for injured horses that run on so much pain medication that they break down on the track — it doesn’t exactly

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    Clydesdale Horses

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    especially a horse of their own, and I was no different. Since the age of five years-old and had my first horseback riding lesson I have desired to have my own horse. At five years old, I really had no idea about the different breeds of horses. My main concern was what my horse was going to look like, what saddle size I needed, and when I could ride again. As I grew older and more educated about horseback riding, horse care, and horses in general, I was able to gain an understanding that not all horses are

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    The American horse racing industry has been admired by generations upon generations. Although it is a very cherished sport, like any other sport, there are many issues involved. The major issue that I find is that many owners make the decision to breed when there are other solutions. The Jockey Club, also known as the head council for the American Horse Racing Industry, should be addressing the major issue of overbreeding in the American horse racing industry. The problem of overbreeding is not

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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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    Legendary thoroughbred racehorse trainer and Australian Racing Hall of Fame member, David Hayes once said, ‘Buying a horse is like buying venture capital stock. The pay-offs will be better than the incremental returns you might experience playing the stock market.’ For the past centuries, horse racing was a sport only played by the rich. It became extremely popular among the members of the royalty and the aristocracy that horse racing, or thoroughbred racing, was branded as the “Sport of Kings”

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