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racehorse

a horse specially bred for racing
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The event highlights the many uses racehorses have after they have finished their racing careers," she said.
Retraining of Racehorses is British horseracing's official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing.
Well over 10 years ago, Haydock pioneered providing racehorse owners with complimentary refreshments.
Crowd Racing - A new way to get involved in racehorse ownership
The standard of the Racehorse to Riding Horse classes is just getting better and better and it is wonderful to see how, with time and patience, these horses can be retrained to go on into another career after racing", said Nicolina MacKenzie, marketing manager at South Essex Insurance Brokers.
Princess Haya commented: "It is a particular pleasure for me to support Retraining of Racehorses, whose work I much admire and I hope that through my involvement I can assist them to raise awareness of the vital work they do in giving racehorses a career after racing.
From left, Chair of Merseytravel's Rail Services Committee, Chris Blakeley; Chair of Merseytravel, Mark Dowd; and Ginger McCain, at Southport Station, with the train named after legendary racehorse, Red Rum
They will get to enjoy many of the exciting experiences of a racehorse owner including picking the horse's colours and gaining access to the winner's enclosure each time the horse runs.
Winning a Triple Crown means fame and glory, so racehorse owners invest lots of time and money searching for the country's fastest Thoroughbred, a breed of horses that are known for their speed and endurance.
Racing Stripes,'' a cutesy and terrifically formulaic story about a zebra among racehorses, isn't simply an homage to ``Babe''; it's an out and out rip-off.
Horses are bred, born and raised on farms, where most are trained, but only a select few become racehorses.
Sir Alex, 61, claims he was given a 50 per cent share of the racehorse by Magnier as a present and wants half the stud fees.