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Q: What racing thoroughbred is considered the one who re-wrote history books?
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What are the outline The problems during the first ten years of Fort Defiance's history?

There were 10 years of attacks and reprisals. In 1860 about 1,000 warriors attacked the fort. The soldiers responded by killing livestock and burning crops, starvation a real possibility. In 1861 the government promised rations and both soldiers and Navajo celebrated the treaty with horse racing. Unfortunately, at the end of the race an army soldier accused of cheating was declared the winner. The Navajo were outraged and a battle ensued where 30 Navajo were killed.

What is the horse Man O' War known for?

Man o' War was a racehorse who captured the hearts of America in a time when horse racing was at it's prime. He is considered the best; the champion of champions. Even to this day, some 90 years after he lived, and some 60 years after his death, he is considered the greatest horse to ever live, or set four hooves on a racetrack. The only reason he didn't win the Triple Crown was because his owner refused to enter him in the Kentucky Derby. He lost only once in a 21 race career. The only race he lost, was to a horse named Upset. When the race started, his back was facing the finish line and by the time he turned around the horses were pretty far away. Despite this, Man o' War still managed second place. Among his children is the champion and Triple Crown winner, War Admiral. He is the grandsire of Seabiscuit, and he still appears in many of the Pedigrees of famous racehorses even to this day. He is the horse that most racers are compared to. He is the "meterstick" of how great a racehorse is. He truly is "da mostest hoss ya Eva did see."

What are the most commonly played sports in America?

According to the US Census Bureau, among the general population, bowling is the most commonly played sport in America (43 million), followed by billiards (29 million), basketball (24 million), golf (23 million), and baseball/softball (24 million). According to the NCAA, for organized college sports, football is the clear winner, followed by baseball/softball, track and field, soccer, basketball, cross-country running, and swimming/diving. Football is also the #1 organized sport in high school, followed by basketball, track & field, baseball/softball, soccer, and cross-country. Football is even a bigger winner when you consider that it is played almost entirely by male students, whereas the other sports include both male and female athletes. However, tackle football is played almost entirely in schools or professional leagues; like other contact sports, it is not a popular amateur sport among adults.

What did poor Victorians do for fun?

They Did Drama , Like ShakeSpear :) They entertained themselves, round a piano at home or in the pub, sang danced went to the theatre to watch a play or to the music hall so not just drama

Did the Romans build triumphal arches to remind them of there military victories?

In the conquered lands, the Romans built roads, some of which were stone-paved, bridges, ports, dams, aqueducts, sewers, public buildings, public baths, theatres, amphitheatres (arenas for gladiatorial games) circuses (chariot racing tracks) and temples.

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Does turkey have thoroughbred racing?

Yes, Turkey has Thoroughbred racing and an active breeding program.

What is the largest racing horse?

The largest racing horse is a thoroughbred. Secretariat is a thoroughbred for example

When was National Thoroughbred Racing Association created?

National Thoroughbred Racing Association was created in 1998.

When was Canadian Triple Tiara of Thoroughbred Racing created?

Canadian Triple Tiara of Thoroughbred Racing was created in 1999.

When was Canadian Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing created?

Canadian Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing was created in 1959.

What has the author Charlene R Johnson written?

Charlene R. Johnson has written: 'Florida thoroughbred' -- subject(s): History, Horse racing, Race horses, Thoroughbred horse

What has the author Chuck Badone written?

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What breed is the famous Red Rum?

Red Rum was a thoroughbred gelding, and was supposedly one of the best horses in the history of horse racing.

What are the release dates for On the Muscle Portrait of a Thoroughbred Racing Stable - 2006?

On the Muscle Portrait of a Thoroughbred Racing Stable - 2006 was released on: USA: 28 February 2006

What is the club that controls horse racing?

If you are talking about thoroughbred gallop races, that would be the NTRA. NTRA stands for National Thoroughbred Racing Association. Go to for more information.

Is there such a horse breed called the Thoroughbred?

Yes there is such a breed called the thoroughbred in the horse world. Thoroughbreds were developed in 17 and 18th century England, and are used primarily for racing. They are considered a hot-blood breed and are prized for their spirit and speed. Thoroughbreds are used typically for racing, but are generally great riding horses.

What type of horses are used for races?

There are different kinds of racing. The most common is Thoroughbred racing, which of course is what Thoroughbreds are bred for. There are trotters and the breed of horse is the Standardbred. Steeplechasing needs no specific breed but is usually Thoroughbred or Thoroughbred cross. Then different breeds have their own racing, AQHA, APHA,ApHA, Arabian.