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Owner Oliver "Jojo" Velasquez personally received the awards for SC Stockfarm as Stakes Race Horse Owner of the Year (376 points) and Horse Breeder of the Year (200 points) in simple rites at the Chantilly Bar.
His mother, Julie Brook, runs a small race horse training stable in Middleham in North Yorkshire.
One race horse exercise rider I used to walk horses for talked fast and constantly.
Since Animal Aid launched its Race Horse DeathWatch database in March 2007 - prompted by the carnage of the 2006 Cheltenham Festival which resulted in 11 horses dying - no fewer than 48 horses have lost their lives at the Gloucestershire venue.
And this is where Oertel comes in, having a yard that draws strength from the Arabian race horse, while he also boasts some decent thoroughbred horses.
She and her best friend, Tariq, save the life of a stolen race horse and find that their reward is a fabulous trip to a US farm in Kentucky and that's when the real detective work starts.
This is the story of Big Red, the promising young race horse that went lame on the racetrack in Perth.
Dear Editor, The 2009 Cheltenham Festival marks the second anniversary of the launch of Animal Aid's Race Horse Deathwatch - an online database that monitors all thoroughbred deaths on Britain's racecourses.
A race horse cannot be a race horse throughout its entire existence--age catches up with us all, even horses.
* "AIG was like a race horse. You have to put the right jockey on to win the race.
The celebration ended through town apathy and a lawsuit by a German woman who claimed she had been injured when knocked down by a race horse. This is a view of the Stoney camp in 1950.
Every good operator knows that good air flow keeps the compactor running like a race horse.
Just as most of the country was enamored with Seabiscuit, an ugly duckling grandson of the great race horse Man O' War, during the Depression, the author and the reader will feel great affection for the horse, his owners, trainers and jockeys by the end of this book.
AN elderly gentleman finally achieved his life long ambition and bought a race horse. But it didnt seem to have much energy, so the old man got the vet to look at him.
To celebrate the launch of the site, the company has added a new four-year-old race horse to its stable, which will be trained by Josh Gifford.