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racehorse

a horse specially bred for racing
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The partnership, which is the first if its kind in the region, will promote the versatility of racehorses and their ability to adapt to alternative careers after racing.
Aiden Burns, manager of the Association of Irish Racehorse Owners, said: "On behalf of owners, we very much welcome and appreciate what the racecourses have agreed to.
Ilona Barnett, Racecourse Manager at Stratford, is a big fan of the retrained racehorse and is delighted to be involved with this first ROR ride.
All of the winners picked up a first prize of PS300, with prizes of PS200 to second place and PS100 to third place in each of the three RoR Racehorse to Dressage finals.
Garry Fortune, general manager at Haydock, said: "We are delighted that jumps racehorse owners rate our racecourse so highly.
Samantha Osborne earned a place in the South Essex Insurance Brokers (SEIB) Racehorse to Riding Horse Championships at the Horse of the Year show (HOYS) 2013 by competing in a qualifying event at Badgworth Arena, Somerset.
Lynette Lewis Popieluch is the Owner of Rancho Lynette Racehorse Ranch in Florida, a ranch which breeds and raises racehorses and jumping champion horses.
While it's a story of establishing a racehorse rescue business, it's also a story of passion and lessons learned from life.
Legendary racehorse Red Rum has taken to the tracks once more - but this time it is train tracks rather than racing tracks.
Train 507-021 will no longer be just a number, but a lasting tribute to a racehorse with an unmatched historic treble in the Aintree Grand National.
To celebrate the Cheltenham Festival we've teamed up with top bookmakers Ladbrokes to give YOU the chance to own your very own racehorse.
Self-made millionaire and experienced thoroughbred racehorse owner Dick Pollard presents Horses for Courses: Adventures in Thoroughbred Racehorse Ownership, a behind-the-scenes look at the world of racetracks, trainers, breeders, jockeys, and the racehorses themselves.