7 edition of The Language of Horse Racing found in the catalog.
June 1, 2000
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
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The Language of Horse Racing Hardcover – June 1, by Gerald Hammond (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Gerald Hammond. The Language of Horse Racing also reveals the language of the racecourse, including the bizarre vocabulary of betting, from the "betting boots" that early bookies put on, to the "faces", "heads".
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The Language of Horse Racing Hammond Gerald A surprisingly large number of people make a living from horse-racing: jockeys, trainers, stable staff, valets, clerks of courses and their staff, racing journalists, bookmakers, settlers, tic tacs, betting-shop managers and counter clerks, compilers of form guides, and even a few professional punters.
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Now in its seventh edition, The Complete Encyclopedia of Horse Racing is the authoritative and comprehensive illustrated reference to the sport. Written by three acknowledged authorities, this complete encyclopedia tells the story of the "sport of kings" from its earliest inceptions to the present day, with essential information on all the top jockeys, trainers, leading owners, and most /5(25).
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_The Horse, the Wheel, and Language_ investigates the possible origins of the Proto-Indo-European language, the reconstructed language posited by philologists and historical linguists to be the mother tongue from which a host of modern languages were derived, including English, French, German, Italian, Punjabi, Spanish, Russian and Persian to 4/5.History of Horse Racing: First Past The Post: Champion Thoroughbreds, Owners, Trainers and Jockeys, Illustrated with Drawings, Paintings and Photographs by John Carter | An intention is different from a hope.
It is something that is going to happen. You may need to adjust and help the horse in another way, but in the end, you are going to arrive where you intended. It will take time for you and your horse to build up a language that you both understand.