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horse racing can be described
Horse racing is just one of the oldest sports in the whole world. In olden days it was called the
sport of kings. Not only is it a large sport however it's a substantial business. The horse racing
industry employs millions of individuals all over the world. Horse racing industry involves many
different areas
There are a slew of ways to be successful within the horse racing industry. A common strategy to
get involved in horse racing would be to train horses for races. Ireland and England provide a
number of the finest horse racing trainers on earth. There has been horse racing in these 2
nations since the seventeenth century. It all originated when the wealthy landlords of olden times
would stage horse races between each other for large prize money.
Ireland along with the UK are host to hundreds of horse racing trainers. A trainer can charge up to
10,000 per year to prepare and house a horse. There is an added cost to the owner because they
have to pay for horse race entry fees.
A trainer's brief is always to find easy races to enter their horses in. However some trainers are
known to deceive the horse racing official handicapper. They enter their horses into races which
don't suit their horse. When they do this the horse is provided an better rating by the handicapper
so it is better weighted next time to win. The other reason the trainer does this to get an inflated
price for your horse on its next run when it is all set to win.
People who might not like training horses are able to make an income breeding horses. It is
really a legitimate way to generate money as horse owners are always searching for the
subsequent big winner. By buying foals from winning horses, it raises the chance of the foal
winning. In addition, this is a large risk. The risk sometimes pays off and that is what race owners
dream off Big threat equals big returns as well as the financial consequences are gigantic. The
horse will win millions in prize money but it'll even be retired to stud where it can make millions in
breeding fees.

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