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racehorse

a horse specially bred for racing
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In a letter to the Racing Post, Sexton said: "According to their policy statement to the Charities Commission, RoR's aim is 'to promote the welfare and rehabilitation of racehorses and former racehorses which are unwanted or vulnerable to abandonment, abuse, misuse or neglect, or otherwise in need of care and attention, in particular by means of retraining and rehousing'.
The organisation, in conjunction with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR), has this week confirmed this year's competition structure for retrained racehorses competing within the sport.
A BUSINESSWOMAN has launched a new club to give people the experience of "owning" a racehorse.
Their prize in the contest sponsored by the soft drinks company was a was a yearling racehorse.
The party has asked the relevant authorities to provide explanations on the matter, and veterinarian authorities to carry out medical examinations on the specific horse and all other racehorses which may suffer similar abuse.
Summary: The partnership, the first of its kind in the region, will promote the versatility of racehorses
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.
2 (BNA): A new international forum that will bring together the official and national operations based around the world that facilitate and promote the retraining of racehorses has been formally unveiled at the 'Lifetime Care for Thoroughbreds: Godolphin Forum' in Newmarket, United Kingdom.
The ride from Stratford to Warwick on Sunday August 23 is intended to highlight the work of the Retraining Of Racehorses charity.
? OWNERS of jumps racehorses have voted Haydock Park at their favourite large racecourse in Britain.
The Racehorse to Riding Horse Show Championship, which is supported by the charity, Retraining of Racehorses, was initiated by SEIB to help ex-racehorses when they come out of training and help to recognise their abilities in the show ring.
Lynette Lewis Popieluch is the Owner of Rancho Lynette Racehorse Ranch in Florida, a ranch which breeds and raises racehorses and jumping champion horses.