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    ARISING OUT OF OR BEING CONNECTED IN ANY WAY WITH THE BOARDING OF SAID HORSE(S), EXCEPT IN THE EVENT OF NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF STABLE, ITS AGENTS, AND/OR EMPLOYEES. This includes, but is not limited to, any personal injury or disability the horse Owner, or Owner's guest, may receive on Stable's premises. The Owner fully understands that Stable does not carry any insurance on any horse(s) not owned by it for boarding or for any other purposes, whether public liability, accidental injury, theft

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    Hanoverian Horse represents today, one of the most prominent breeds of riding horses in the world. The stud-book comprises close to 19,000 active brood mares and 450 approved breeding stallions and covers the largest homogeneous breeding area in Europe (Hanoverian-gb.org.uk, 2017). Goodwin et al., (2008) believes that equine ethology, management, learning theory, skill, and talent combine to influence numerous outcomes in horse-rider interactions. The behavioural and learning processes in the horse are likely

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    In David Herbert Lawrence’s short story, The Rocking Horse Winner, a boy sets out on a quest to look for luck. His luck inevitably allows him to win money betting on horses. The money he has earned is used in an effort to gain his mother’s love. Although, he was left with was his mother’s stone heart. Lawrence displays that money doesn’t buy happiness. The question at issue in this short story is, does the protagonist, Paul, receive a sense of love, satisfaction, and security with his single pursuit

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    Hydrotherapy In Horses

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    The Use of Hydrotherapy in Horses Hydrotherapy is the use of water for cultivating wound healing, facilitating movement, and relieving pain. Hydrotherapy has an extensive historical significance, not only in the horse world but also in the human world. Today hydrotherapy is used all around the world as a traditional way, and in some cases, the most effective way to treat specific illnesses and injuries. To understand how it works, one must understand how the body reacts to traumas such as cuts,

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    Slaughtering Horses

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    A horse is an animal well known on farms, in Amish communities, used in sports and often kept as pets. Horses are considered free spirited animals that not only provide love and fun journeys, but are also put to work. Horses offer a strong structured body that can be used for travel, either riding on a horse’s back or using the horse to pull a carriage, leisure, emotional support and even entertainment. In America, horses are noble animals that have impressive senses and abilities. Horses have extraordinary

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    Horse Charities

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    Horse Charities of America/Equus Foundation Many Horses have dramatic stories of when they are raced and competed, they get hurt. Then the Horse can no longer compete and make the owner money. The owner then gets rid of the Horse or just leaves it to die. The cruel Horse owner wants more money and starts the horrible process over. I’ve always known about the mistreatment with animals, Horses in particular, but I’ve never been able to do anything about it. Now I know what to do about the cycle of

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    Horse Simulator

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    logic. Horse Simulator belongs to the latter, and there is no reason for us to complain. True to its name, it is a horse simulator, allowing you to take control of a free-willed steed who just wants to explore the world around it. With decent graphics and fun, straightforward gameplay, this game is something you would want to play if you’re looking for mindless fun and entertainment. In Horse Simulator, you have the option whether to have a rider on your back, or to just go with the horse alone

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    emperor was divine, the motif of horses reflect the thematic idea of freedom. In the book the Japanese-Americans have been interned which means their freedom have been taken away and horses are used to represent that freedom. In the beginning of the book the Japanese-Americans were placed in internment camps. The little boy in the book long to be free, just like the horse. “The spaniards had brought them over hundreds of years ago and now there were thousands of horses just roaming around, wild”. This

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    Horse Soring Issue

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    my own views and opinions on horse soring, a topic that has been booming for horse owners and horse lovers in the United States and other foreign countries for the past forty years. This issue has not only been affecting the horse population, but its controversy has spread and became a huge issue in our government. People use soring to win competitions in a very cruel way. Nothing about this issue seems very fair to me whatsoever. The HPA otherwise known as the horse protection act, passed as a bill

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    Horse Racing Tips

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    Guide to Horse Racing Tips Helpful horse racing tips are now available online. You can get useful forecasts from experts in horse racing at the click of a button. Modern technology provides instant access to valuable information about betting in a horse racing event. Internet brings winning advices to people who knows how to take advantage of its benefits. You can now place your bets with the help of free tips. Gone are the days when you have to read through several printed materials to make money

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