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Question 1: When ________ was introduced in 1908, the racing industry turned around.
BookmakerFixed-odds bettingParimutuel bettingBetting exchange

Question 2: The traditional high point of US horse racing is the ________.
Kentucky Derby top three finishersBelmont StakesKentucky DerbyPreakness Stakes

Question 3: In Great Britain, there are races which involve obstacles (either hurdles or fences) called ________ and those which are unobstructed races over a given distance (flat racing).
Cheltenham RacecourseHorseracing in Great BritainNational Hunt racingAintree Racecourse

Question 4: [1] The anti-gambling sentiment prevalent in the early 1900s led almost all states to ban ________.
BookmakerUnited StatesSportsbookBetting exchange

Question 5: The US racehorse ________ had remarkable success as a sire in Japan, as the number one sire for about 10 years, with progeny winning the Japan Cup many times, the Hong Kong Vase and the Melbourne Cup.
AlyshebaSunday SilenceAffirmedSecretariat (horse)

Question 6: The big race in the ________ is the Dubai World Cup, a race with a purse of six million dollars, making it the largest purse in the world.
Saudi ArabiaQatarUnited Arab EmiratesJordan

Question 7: Horse racing is a significant part of the New Zealand economy which in 2004 generated 1.3% of the ________.
Heterodox economicsGross domestic productJEL classification codesEconomics

Question 8: The breeding, training and racing of ________ in many countries is now a significant economic activity as, to a greater extent, is the gambling industry which is largely supported by it.
DonkeyArabian horseEquus (genus)Horse

Question 9: Racing with purebred ________ exists in several states in the United States, as well as in most of Europe and the Middle East.
Andalusian horseAppaloosaArabian horseAmerican Quarter Horse

Question 10: The first records of Quarter Horse races dated back to 1674 in ________, Virginia.
Richmond, VirginiaChesterfield County, VirginiaHenrico County, VirginiaJames City County, Virginia
















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