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The story of million-dollar Arabian horses

Do you want to learn the process of horse care and training to serve the hobby of the super-rich Middle East? Do you want to admire a royal-class race, where the Arab princes stoop on the backs of powerful and … Continue reading

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Most popular horse racecourse in the world (Part 2)

Meydan Racecourse (UAE) Considered as a small city located in the most luxurious city on the planet Dubai, it is easy to understand why this racecourse ranks 5th in the list. According to CNN, this racecourse complex built in 2010 … Continue reading

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Most popular horse racecourse in the world (Part 1)

In the UK, horse racing attracts an audience after football. Each year, an estimated $ 100 billion is poured into these sports betting activities. Santa Anita Racecourse (USA) Built in the city of Arcadia, USA in 1924. Dubbed as the … Continue reading

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Horse racing is one of the oldest sports in the world

The most popular type of horse racing today is the British “flat race” – the type of racing on a flat road, according to a certain distance, to see which horse comes first. Of course, being a sport requires standards. … Continue reading

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Horse racing, a traditional sport of England

The oldest horse race in England originated from the reign of Henry VIII and it is not uncommon for runners to win more prizes than winners. Kiplingcotes Derby, which takes place every year near Market Weighton village in East Yorkshire, … Continue reading

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The interesting records in the world of horses (Part 2)

The fastest speed of a racing horse – 70.8km/h The highest speed a racehorse can reach at a short distance (402m) is recorded for a 2 -year -old horse, named Winning Brew, trained by Francis Vitale (USA) at the Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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The interesting records in the world of horses (Part 1)

According to Guinness World Records Organization, race horses are the most expensive up to 16 million and the smartest horse can distinguish colors, object shapes as well as many other extraordinary games. The highest horse – Big Jake, 2.1 meters … Continue reading

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The best racing horse breeds in the world (Part 2)

Appaloosa horse Appaloosa is a spotted horse breed bred by Nez Percé in Idaho, USA from the famous Asian horse line in the Middle Ages. This horse is about 1.4m high, weighs about 500 kg and is extremely smart agile, … Continue reading

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The best racing horse breeds in the world (Part 1)

Horses are animals used to make feudal war horses. Modern times are often used to race, work in the fields, herding sheep, cows or pulling cars and plowing. Currently, there are over 100 different horse breeds in the world, the … Continue reading

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How to make horse racing more humane (Part 1)

Animal rights advocates offer improvements before Melbourne Cup 2019 in the wake of shocking footage of racehorses going to slaughter. Welfare groups say racing could be improved by banning the use of whips ahead of the Melbourne Cup. Continue reading

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