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  How to Choose a Thoroughbred Horse | eHow.com
Because Thoroughbreds are so tall, owners and handlers need to be aware of the environment surrounding the horse so it doesn't injure itself in trailers and stalls.
Our horses, just like track horses, have hay in front of them all the time and are grained twice a day with a third small (1 quart) grain portion at lunch.
When the little kids are around you tell the horse to be nice to the babies, and they drop their head for a hug and a treat.
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  Betfactor.com - an introduction to horse race betting   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Horse racing and horse race betting is a pastime which is popular throughout the world, sanctioned by governments, and enjoyed by the rich and the lowly alike.
The horse race bettor can gamble on first and second, first second and third, combinations of winning horses in multiple races, he can even bet on whether the winning horse will be an even or odd number.
The Kentucky Derby is a stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred horses.
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  Electronic horse race analyzer - Patent 4382280
A portable electronic horse race analyzer as in claim 1 in which the control means includes means for causing the display to present information as it is furnished to the control means so that the correctness of that information may be assessed.
A portable electronic horse race analyzer as in claim 1 in which the means for furnishing information to the control means further includes for each of the horses in the race the interval of time between the race being analyzed and the next prior race run by that horse.
Days means the number of days since the horse has raced last, and SP is the sum of the lengths behind at the first call for the last three races for the horse.
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  Thoroughbred horse race - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thoroughbred horse racing is the main form of horse-racing throughout the world.
A trainer, who is hired by the thoroughbred horse's owner, would train the horses for a particular event (the horse trains on a local training track near the stable and at facilities and in the open country nearby) and also enter horses into races that would suit the horse.
A handicap race is one in which the runners have been "handicapped" according to their performance in other races.
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 Thoroughbred horse race   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A trainer who is hired by the thoroughbred horse's owner would train the horses a particular event (the horse trains on local training track near the stable) and enter horses into races that would suit horse.
Theoretically all horses have a chance being competitive in a race that is handicapped.
Stakes Races are ones where the competitors belong to the same gender age and These races may be 'weight-for-age' with weights only according to age and also there 'set weights' where all horses carry the weight.
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 Thoroughbred Race Result   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A trainer, who is hired by the thoroughbred horse's owner, would train the horses for a particular event (the horse trains on a local training track near the stable and at facilities and in the open country nearby) and also enter horses into races that would suit the...
Graded stakes race - A graded stakes race is a term applied by the American Graded Stakes Committee of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association to a Thoroughbred horse race in the United States and Canada to describe races that derive their name from the stake, or entry fee, owners must pay.
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 Thoroughbred, Race Horse   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the beginning, Thoroughbreds were raced over long distances of about 4 to 12 miles (6.4 to 19.3 km), but gradually demand grew for shorter races so that horses could be raced at a younger age.
Crossed with horses with a calmer temperament, it produces excellent show- jumpers, event horses and hunters and it has been used in the creation or development of many modern breeds of sports horses, such as the Angle-Arab, the Hanoverian, the Trakehner, and the Westphalian.
Thoroughbreds are divided into those that race on the flat and those that race over jumps.
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 Horse Racing Race Tracks - Bamhorseracing.com
Races conducted on the Monmouth turf course are run from four different distances – on the rail (hedge), 10 feet out (Haskell Course), 20 feet out (Monmouth Course) and 30 feet out (Lennox Course) – to preserve the course as far into the race meet as possible.
Horse racing in Delaware began during the Colonial period, with the first formal racing facility being built in the town of Newark in 1760.
The Association submitted a proposal to the Commission that was intended to "promote the breeding of thoroughbred horses and the establishment of a race track." The group of businessmen had purchased a large amount of land in Stanton and was beginning to build a racing facility.
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 HORSE RACING: [HORSE RACING PARTNERSHIPS, RACE HORSES, THOROUGHBRED RACING HORSE] PARTNERSHIPS IN THOROUGHBRED HORSE ...
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 Dubai Horse Race | Horse Racing in Dubai | Horse Racing Betting | Dubai Horse Racing Festival
The Thoroughbred is a horse breed developed in 18th century England when English mares were bred with imported Arabian stallions to create a distance racer.
Also, "thoroughbred" is an adjective often used by laymen to describe fully-blooded descendants of a particular breed, although it is an incorrect use of the term.
The Thoroughbred is bred primarily for racing under saddle at the gallop.
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 Stakes race - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stakes race is a term applied to thoroughbred horse racing to describe races that derive their name from the stake, or entry fee, owners must pay.
These fees, to which the track adds an additional amount, constitute the total amount from which prize money is paid to the first, second, third, and (usually) fourth place finishers.
There are different levels of stakes races, referred to as Conditions races, the top ranking, and therefore purse, being a Grade 1 Stakes.
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 All About Thoroughbred Horses
As "thoroughbred" is an adjective that describes being fully-blooded descendants of a particular breed, some consider the proper name of this particular breed to be English Running Horse, as horses of different breeds can be said to be "thoroughbred" members of those breeds.
Although the thoroughbred is primarily bred for racing, the breed is also used for show jumping and combined training due to its athleticism, and many retired race horses become fine family riding horses, endurance horses, dressage horses, and youth show horses.
There is variation in size and individual conformation (the structure and appearance of the horse), and buyers of potential race horses select them based on this conformation, their "page" (their pedigree and race record of individuals in that pedigree as printed in an auction catalog), and their overall health and soundness of wind and limb.
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 Thoroughbred horse race at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A trainer, who is hired by the thoroughbred horse's owner, would train the horses for a particular event (the horse trains on a local training track near the stable) and also enter horses into races that would suit the horse.
Handicap Race: One in which the runners have been 'handicapped' according to their performance in other races and other factors such as age and gender.
These races may be 'weight-for-age', with weights adjusted only according to age, and also there are 'set weights' where all horses carry the same weight.
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 Thoroughbred Race Horse by Bongoracing.com
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Thoroughbred racing, once considered "the sport of kings"- well beyond the realm of possibility.
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 Winners Circle Partners - Racing Terms
A race in which a horse is entered according to eligibility conditions, usually the number of races it has won or money it has earned.
A thoroughbred race horse that prefers racing with a rallying trip, coming from behind late in a race.
A race run on grass, as opposed to the majority of (North American) races, which are run on dirt.
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 A Brief History of Thoroughbred Racing - Associated Content
The first thoroughbred horse race was held in 1876 and was called the Belmont Stakes.
Thoroughbred racing began after the descendants of the three original stallions – Darley Arabian, Godolphin Arabian and Byerly Turk – were crossed with selected local mares in England giving rise to “thoroughbreds”.
By far the most popular form of horse racing is the racing in flat circular courses of 2-3.25 miles on thoroughbred horses.
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 Breeds of Livestock - Thoroughbred Horse
Without assurance, beyond all reasonable doubt, of the identity of every Thoroughbred which competes, or which is bred with a view to continuing the breed, the sport of racing as it is known today, could not exist.
Although there are records of horse racing on Long Island as far back as 1665, the introduction of organized Thoroughbred racing to North America is traditionally credited to Governor Samuel Ogle of Maryland, through whose instigation racing "between pedigreed horses, in the English style" was first staged at Annapolis in 1745.
The average height of today's Thoroughbred is a little over 16 hands, as opposed to the 14-hand average height of the horses from which the breed originated.
www.ansi.okstate.edu /breeds/horses/thoroughbred/index.htm   (1524 words)

  
 Pennsylvania Code
Act—The Race Horse Industry Reform Act (4 P. Cross-simulcast—A simulcast of a horse race of a type other than that conducted at the track where the race is televised.
Race meeting—The period for which approval to conduct races has been granted to any association licensed to race by the Commission or State Horse Racing Commission.
The simulcasts shall be limited to horse races conducted at facilities outside this Commonwealth.
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 Thoroughbred Horse Pedigree Query
If this is your first time visiting the site, you can pull up the pedigree for any horse in the database by simply entering its name in the form above and clicking the "Horse Query" button.
With these updates, you'll note that the GSV ratings for many horses may have changed a lot.
Horses containing these sires in their pedigrees may have different DI and CD scores.
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 Book Review - Dream Race
This book is a unique blend of racing history and art that doesn't really try to answer the age-old question of who was the best of all time, but instead educates the reader in an entertaining way to allow him or her to come to their own conclusion.
In each chapter, the various horses for the race are discussed in an entertaining conversational manner which gives you the information to decide which one you thing would win, but never giving a definite answer.
Racing fans who enjoy debating the question of who is the greatest of all time will find it entertaining and informative as well, especially the way each race is grouped so like horses are presented together.
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 Ascot Race Course
Aintree race course is a British horse racing venue in Aintree, near Liverpool, on Merseyside.
Towcester Race Course is a horse racing course at Towcester (pronounced "Toaster") in Northamptonshire, England.
Towcester is highly popular among the racing fraternity, because if the sharp bends in the course, and the final gallop to the finishing post is uphill, which tests the horses and reults in some unexpected finishes.
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 Cal Cup
A race car owner for 25 years, he started a car in the front row of the 1998 Indianapolis 500.
His favorite accomplishment in auto racing was having a front-row starter in the 1998 Indy 500.
Ray led for 18 laps during the race but was forced out after 167 laps with a broken gearbox.
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The Belmont Stakes is a prestigious horse race held yearly on the first Saturday of June, at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.
It is a 1.5 mile (2.4 km) thoroughbred horse race for three-year-old Colts and geldings carrying a weight of 126 pounds (57 kg) and for fillies with a weight of 121 pounds (55 kg).
The race continued to be held at Jerome Park until 1890 when it was moved to Morris Park, a nearby racetrack in the Bronx.
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 Winners Circle Thoroughbred Horse Racing Partnerships - Partnerships
For example, if a thoroughbred is entered in a $20,000 claiming race, any registered owner can purchase a thoroughbred running in the race by simply depositing $20,000 (plus tax) in their account and submitting a claim form prior to the race.
The goal of claiming is to purchase a thoroughbred race horse at a fair price (based on several factors) and have your trainer improve its conditioning and racing ability.
A thoroughbred race horse is racing at this level because it typically doesn’t have the ability to compete at higher levels such as Allowance or Stakes.
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 Online Horse Race Betting - Thoroughbred Race Info
Thoroughbred racing is the most prevalent type of horse racing, although other forms of racing such as harness and quarter horse racing take place as well.
Thoroughbred horses are known for their temperament: capricious and high strung.
The foremost horse races of the United States include the Kentucky Derby, the Belmont Stakes, the Preakness Stakes, and the Breeders' Cup.
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 Chimera Goes Live with Thoroughbred Horse Race Betting Platform. - Business Wire - HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This new initiative will allow horseracing enthusiasts to place wagers on horse races from the comfort of their own homes.
The horse racing industry is considered to be one of the most lucrative gaming sectors as the worldwide handle is estimated to be over $150 Billion.
Since 1994 to present, the U.S. thoroughbred racing handle has grown from $9.9 Billion to over $18 billion, representing a nearly 100% increase in approx.
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 Horse Racing Odds | Triple Crown | Kentucky Derby | Preakness Stakes | Belmont Stakes | Breeder's Cup - HorseRacing ...
Horse racing is an equestrian sporting activity which has been practiced over the centuries; the chariot races of Roman times were an early example, as was the contest of the steeds of the god Odin and the giant Hrungnir in Norse mythology.
The Kentucky Derby is a stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbred horses, staged yearly in Louisville, Kentucky on the first Saturday in May, capping the two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival.
Belmont Stakes is a prestigious horse race held yearly in June at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.
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