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119, the number of racehorses that died on Australian tracks between 2017 and 2018. That is an average of one horse dying every three days. Racehorses are the victims of a multibillion-dollar industry that is overflowing with drug abuse, animal cruelty, barbaric training tactics, injuries, and race fixing, and many horses’ careers end at the slaughterhouse. These horses are being...
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There’s an animal that’s been kicking up controversy, and that is the wild horses of America, we call them mustangs. Although their origins are unknown, their overpopulation has been a long-standing issue in the US. With large herds of these wild horses overrunning lands and resources, the controversy lies within our government BLM to control them. Today’s wild horses are...
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Introduction Throughout the duration of a week, a herd of 18 horses that formed the group of riding school horses at Wallington Park Equestrian Centre were observed for the exhibition of behaviours, these behaviours are then discussed below including the root and reason for their existence. The herd had a range of breeds and sizes containing ponies and horses together,...
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The hoofed herbivorous mammal called Equus caballus (horse) is made up of different species and has many breeds. Before the year 1769 when mobilized vehicles were created, horses were used as animals for transport using a horse and cart. The horse and carts would transport goods from town to town, since there were no trains or mobilized vehicles. Different breeds...
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This essay is going to evaluate nutritional requirements when feeding horses to prevent or manage impaction colic, laminitis and obesity. Horses (Equus caballus) are non-ruminant herbivores that graze throughout the day. As this species has a small stomach there is a limited amount of food that can be eaten before changes occur within organs, leading to many health issues. Obesity,...
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Eradicating racism and removing barriers to inclusion is not straightforward, however, it can be accomplished with perseverance. Although perseverance is a difficult attribute for one to possess, it is the most essential trait when it comes to achieving success. An example of perseverance is represented in Richard Wagamese’s award-winning novel, Indian Horse, through his main character, Saul Indian Horse. Indian...
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Racehorses are pushed to race at younger ages than they really should, so that the jockeys, trainers and owners can make as much money from that horse as they can. Sounds good right? Making loads of money? Well, maybe in this case it is not as good as you think. Horses are expected to race before their bodies are developed...
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