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  • Santa Anita Park Thoroughbred Racing Fans Essay

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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

  • Persuasive Essay On Horse Racing

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    Thoroughbred horse racing is a sport full of beauty, thrill, and danger. Each horse is different, they are built different, they have different attitudes and they have different trainers. The sport of horse racing is where you see the unbridled speed and agility of the thoroughbreds. Well actually, today’s horse racing is where you get to see the work of the medications that have been injected inside the horses. The medications that are inserted into these horses can make them run faster, they are

  • A Journalist's Audience Essay

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    The summary identified that there had been a discovery of a “speed gene” in thoroughbred racing horses. “The identification of the ‘speed gene’ is the first known characterization of a gene contributing to a specific athletic trait in thoroughbred horses and has the potential to transform decision-making processes in the global bloodstock industry” (Science Daily). The summary of both the lab report and the newspaper

  • Persuasive Speech On Slaughterhouse, House Of Slaughter

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    SLAUGHTERHOUSES I have some questions for you: Is slavery-owner, victim, profit, domination - exclusive to the human race? have not cows been enslaved? If they are not saved what are they, free? Slaughterhouse, house of slaughter. Today we are going to talk about the world’s forgotten victims: Animals. And the world’s strongest and oldest addiction: Meat Besides psychological and physical abuse, torture, dismemberment and murder, what do you think happens to animals inside of a slaughterhouse

  • The, Born Or Not?

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    Thoroughbreds, Born to Fail? A swift swish of a tail, wild eyes showing white, a rider pushing forward with a whip into a metal cage. Guns sound as the clank of metal gates opening spook the horses into a frightened run. Thoroughbred horses go through this regimen every time they step onto the race track. Not to mention the other cruelties that these animals face, to ensure their success in crossing the finishing line. Controversy has trailed the animals who are pushed to their limits for the entertainment

  • The Winner 's Circle : A Winner And A Celebration

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    With a race, a winner and a celebration is soon to come after being finalized by the judges. The celebration would be at the winner’s circle The winner’s circle was placed in various locations throughout Churchill Downs during the years. From 1875 to 1929 the winner’s circle was drawn on the racetrack by using chalk dust and not always in the same area. In 1938 the first real winner’s circle was added. The Circle included a presentation stand and was placed in the infield of the track. (Chew pg

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Seabiscuit : An American Legend

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    Rhetorical Devices Examined in Seabiscuit: An American Legend How does a scrawny, bitter, and lazy horse become the champion of 33 races and holder of 13 track records? A heroic symbol to the United States, Seabiscuit was the epitome of how persistence, courage, and dedication are enough to transform an underdog into a victorious winner. During the 1930s, when America was still in the grip of the Great Depression, Seabiscuit managed to capture the nation 's imagination and unite the country. With

  • Why Horse Racing Should Be Banned

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    tragically died after the race. This sudden and shocking news has re-ignited the issue of whether horse racing should be banned in Australia. Ironically this issue is driven on both sides by the same impulse: the love of the horse. Organisations including the coalition for the protection of racehorses along with animal welfare groups are concerned about the treatment and well-being of the horses. Similarly, horse owners, jockeys and staff’s main focus is the welfare of the horse. This debate has

  • Persuasive Speech: Horse Racing

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    being fascinated by race horses. When I was around eight years old, my grandfather took me to a farm where they raise race horses. They were out exercising Mine That Bird and a few other horses. I thought it was so fascinating! The owner walked up to and asked if I enjoy watching them, I said very shyly,” yes sir.” He took me to the barn and let me look at all the foals and I was astonished. I got to thinking what all do they have to do to get these young foals ready to one day race? I asked Mr. Allen

  • Horse Racing Essay

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    iHorse Racing Summary: Pick the best horses from around the world in horse auctions, and raise them to become the fastest gallopers and derby champions! Join over 60 types of races and compete against opposing jockeys to see who finishes first! Be the jockey, or hire a computer-controlled one, to ride for you. ____________________________________________________________________________ Horse racing games are a hit on mobile platforms, and one of its best games is iHorse Racing. Though rather