Demolition Derby: PETA’s Investigations Expose Horse-Racing Cruelty

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Horse Racing 2016 – Amazing Race UK !

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Horse racing is an equestrian sport, involving two or more jockeys riding horses over a set distance for competition. It is one of the most ancient of all sports and its basic premise ? to identify which of two or more horses is the fastest over a set course or distance ? has remained unchanged since the earliest times.[1]

Horse races vary widely in format. Often, countries have developed their own particular horse racing traditions. Variations include restricting races to particular breeds, running over obstacles, running over different distances, running on different track surfaces and running in different gaits.
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Joe Gibbs Racing motocross rider Justin Barcia gets ‘home’ race at Dirt Track at Charlotte – Charlotte Observer

Motorcross racer Justin Barcia has spent the past eight months traveling the United States competing on the pro tours against some of the nation?s best riders.

Barcia?s next race will be a little closer to home, and against some of the world?s best.

Barcia, who lives in Davidson and races for Huntersville-based Joe Gibbs Racing MX (JGRMX), is among the riders competing in this weekend?s MXGP of the Americas at the Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Saturday?s races are the first of two events in the United States that are part of the FIM Motorcross World Championship. The second event is being held Sept. 11 in San Bernardino, Calif.

Between the two divisions ? the MXGP class, with engines up to 450cc, and the MX2 class, with engines up to 250cc ? 70 riders from 19 different countries will race on a specially constructed track in the infield of the Dirt Track.

?There?s going to be a lot of great competition,? said Barcia, 24, who will race in the MXGP class. ?It is a new track and a new facility that no one has raced on yet. I?m excited to race against those guys. I?ve had a long outdoor season, and I?m ready to go.?

While not as well-known as Joe Gibbs Racing?s championship-winning NASCAR teams, JGRMX ? owned by Gibbs? younger son, Coy ? operates out of the same building as JGR?s Xfinity teams. It also has a 70-acre test facility in Catawba County.

?We?re going into it with a good shot,? said Jeremy Albrecht, who has been JGRMX?s team manager since it was formed in 2008.

?It?s going to be competitive, for sure. We love that it?s in our backyard, and Justin is definitely going to try to win.?

This will be the first MXGP event both Barcia and JGRMX have raced in this season, although the duo do have international experience. They were part of the three-rider U.S. team that finished second in the FIM Motorcross of Nations last September in France, and he?s also won SuperCross races in France and Italy.

The 2016 season didn?t start as well for Barcia, who finished 21st in the AMA SuperCross Championship points after missing several events with an injury.

But Barcia bounced back during the AMA Pro Motorcross Championship season, finishing fourth in points and posting back-to-back runner-up finishes in the final two events.

That has Barcia feeling confident that he can more than hold his own against the foreign competition.

?It?s the closest thing I have to a home race,? Barcia said. ?(But) it?s not a championship fight or anything like that for me. I?ve finished my motorcross season; now the pressure?s off. I usually perform really well when I don?t have a lot of pressure.?

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Former NASCAR driver Scott Riggs tests MXGP SuperCourse at The Dirt Track in Charlotte

Before the first gate drops for the Monster Energy MXGP of the Americas on Sept. 2-3 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, former NASCAR driver and 1986 North Carolina AMA champion Scott Riggs completed a full-speed test run of the challenging, one-mile dirt Su

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??Tim Gajser: The Slovakian rider, last year?s MX2 champion, has made a successful jump to the MXGP class. He?s won 17 races and even after having problems at the last event holds a 65-point lead in the standings.

??Tony Cairoli: The Italian rider is Gajser?s closest competition in the MXGP class. While he?s only won five times, including at the last event in The Netherlands last week, he?s finished second eight times.

??Jeffrey Herlings: The Dutch rider is well on his way to winning a third MX2 world title. He?s won 24 of 26 races, and even after missing three events, leads Sweden?s Jeremy Seewer by 76 points (644-568).

Want to go?

Practice and qualifying races for the MXGP of the Americas at the Dirt Track at CMS will be held Friday, with practice beginning at 3:45 p.m. and the qualifying races at 8:40 p.m. Saturday, opening ceremonies will begin at 4:30 p.m., with the first race for the MXGP and MX2 classes at 5:05 p.m. The second race is at 8 p.m. Gates open both days at 1 p.m.

Tickets for the weekend?s events are still available. A two-day paddock pass is $69, while Friday?s tickets are $30 and Saturday?s are $49. Visit or call 1-800-455-FANS (3267) for more information.

Joe Gibbs Racing motocross rider Justin Barcia gets ‘home’ race at Dirt Track at Charlotte – Charlotte Observer

Contador, Quintana want power meters banned from racing … – VeloNews

OVIEDO, Spain (VN) ? The Vuelta a Espa?a is heating up, but not just on the roads through northern Spain this week. Movistar?s Nairo Quintana and Alberto Contador of Tinkoff believe power meters create a controlled race and would like them banned.

While most riders were enjoying Monday?s rest day, the stars sat down with the press to speak about the Spanish grand tour so far. The Lagos de Covadonga stage was fresh on everyone?s mind. Colombian Quintana and Spaniard Contador rode away from the group and seemingly put Tour de France champion Chris Froome of Sky in danger. Froome, however rode a steady pace over the final 9 kilometers and caught and passed everyone but Quintana.

It made for a thrilling pursuit: Quintana vs. Froome, the showdown that never materialized in the Tour de France. But some did not appreciate Froome?s measured response.

Contador, Quintana want power meters banned from racing … – VeloNews