3 edition of introduction to the thoroughbred found in the catalog.
introduction to the thoroughbred
by S. Paul in London
Bibliography: p. 175-176.
|Statement||foreword by the Duke of Norfolk.|
|LC Classifications||SF293.T5 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||66070730|
Thoroughbred racehorses compete today primarily as a gambling pursuit. Sure, the Turf tradition holds that the Sport of Kings was conceived to allow royals to stake their pride on the speed of their steeds, but with thousands of horses racing each month throughout the world, finances have replaced pride as the steam that powers this industry’s engine. IER was commissioned by Racing Australia to undertake a study into the size and scope of the thoroughbred racing industry in Australia. PURPOSE OF THE STUDY This study aims to quantify the economic, employment and social contribution that the thoroughbred racing industry generates nationally as well as within each of the states and territories.
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Samuel Ogle of Maryland, who first staged a Thoroughbred race “in the English style” at Annapolis in