Nature strip and race horse strips
Nature strip is a piece of publicly owned land between the front boundary of a house or other building and the street, typically planted with grass. It is owned by the local council. It is not proper to remove or plant anything on your nature strip without prior approval from the local council. Also, you don’t own the grass verge in front of your house. The Local Government Act 1995 provides for local government to care for, control and manage public land. This simply implies that the grass verge in front of your house is owned by the local council.
The race horse strip on the other hand is owned by many people. They include: R. Lyons, P. Harrison, P. Kean, S. Hansen, G. Smith, J. Van Duuren, P. Balderstone, K. Garland, D. McCluskey, C. Bennett, G. Dumesny, F. Giampaolo, Ms. D Mcshane, D. Slocum, and T. McHenry. All these people listed above are the owner of race horse strip.
It is natural for horses to race, this is because running and jumping comes naturally to horses. Some race horses are mistreated and abused, they are druggee, whipped and even shocked during races, as a result of cruelty of horse race. When horses race, they don’t know they are racing, a horse brain can not formulate that idea.
Moreso, there is never an evidence to suggest that whipping does not hurt. Whips can cause bruising and inflammation. However, horses do have resilient skinny. Similarly, horses some times feel pain when they are being ridden, it is inevitable. Horses that are suffering from back or leg problems may experience some pain when being ridden. Horses are whipped to focus and concentrate the horse so that it performs at its best during a race. The whip may only be used on the horse’s body where in the context of the race, it will not cause pain.
Finally, what jockeys don’t understand is that whipping doesn’t even make horses run faster. It keeps them in the normal speed or they may even slow down. Thanks to a new study from the University of Sydney, Australia.