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Play Horse Games – Free Online Horse Games – Virtual Horse Games! #play #free #arcade #games http://game.remmont.com/play-horse-games-free-online-horse-games-virtual-horse-games-play-free-arcade-games/  Trending Blog Posts Recent Blog Entries Friday, December 2, 2016 Be a horse jockey and trainer as you buy horses, compete with your rivals, and race throughout cities across the planet. Be the best in the horse racing sport and ride your trusty steed to victory! Read More Wednesday, November…

Play Horse Games – Free Online Horse Games – Virtual Horse Games! #play #free #arcade #games http://game.remmont.com/play-horse-games-free-online-horse-games-virtual-horse-games-play-free-arcade-games/ Trending Blog Posts Recent Blog Entries Friday, December 2, 2016 Be a horse jockey and trainer as you buy horses, compete with your rivals, and race throughout cities across the planet. Be the best in the horse racing sport and ride your trusty steed to victory! Read More Wednesday, November…

Making his presence known!  Just before a Hawkesbury race, Penheights rears up in the saddling area before racing.  (photographer Paul Di Michiel)

Making his presence known! Just before a Hawkesbury race, Penheights rears up in the saddling area before racing. (photographer Paul Di Michiel)

To let Patch adjust to his new vision, Pletcher sent the colt to his father, J.J. Pletcher, at Payton Training Center, placing Patch back in the Ocala area. What his connections thought would be a struggle & a journey ended up not being a bother to Patch. The son of Union Rags took the whole ordeal in stride & rejoined his trainer at Palm Beach Downs in October. On 2/18/17, Patch stretched out to a mile at Gulfstream & raced in 3rd before chasing down the lead horse to break his maiden by 1…

To let Patch adjust to his new vision, Pletcher sent the colt to his father, J.J. Pletcher, at Payton Training Center, placing Patch back in the Ocala area. What his connections thought would be a struggle & a journey ended up not being a bother to Patch. The son of Union Rags took the whole ordeal in stride & rejoined his trainer at Palm Beach Downs in October. On 2/18/17, Patch stretched out to a mile at Gulfstream & raced in 3rd before chasing down the lead horse to break his maiden by 1…

Clinton Anderson is an awesome trainer that uses natural horsemanship methods.... we use these and they are so effective for ground work and respect/response issues.

Always Dreaming is your 143rd Kentucky Derby champion. He held off a late charge from Lookin At Lee, Battle of Midway and Classic Empire to claim the Roses on Saturday. Always Dreaming has now won three consecutive races this year after finishing second and third in his first two races. It is the fifth consecutive year the favorite has won the race. Trainer Todd Pletcher has now won the race in consecutive years.

Always Dreaming is your 143rd Kentucky Derby champion. He held off a late charge from Lookin At Lee, Battle of Midway and Classic Empire to claim the Roses on Saturday. Always Dreaming has now won three consecutive races this year after finishing second and third in his first two races. It is the fifth consecutive year the favorite has won the race. Trainer Todd Pletcher has now won the race in consecutive years.

Horse rears up as jockey tries to mount it during only beach meet in British Isles | Mail Online

Moment horse rears up as jockey tries to mount it

Horse rears up as jockey tries to mount it during only beach meet in British Isles | Mail Online

Racehorse trainer Tommy Woodcock with his champion racehorse Reckless on the night before the 1977 Melbourne Cup. “Horse and trainer died within months of each other in 1985. Tommy Woodcock holds a special place in Australian racing. He was strapper to the mighty Phar Lap in 1930 when the great horse won the Melbourne Cup, and Phar Lap died in his arms while overseas in 1932.”

Racehorse trainer Tommy Woodcock with his champion racehorse Reckless on the night before the 1977 Melbourne Cup. “Horse and trainer died within months of each other in 1985. Tommy Woodcock holds a special place in Australian racing. He was strapper to the mighty Phar Lap in 1930 when the great horse won the Melbourne Cup, and Phar Lap died in his arms while overseas in 1932.”

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