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Funny story: Palace Malice Leaves Every Horse In The Dust As He Wins The Yucatan Commemorative Derby

Palace Malice Leaves Every Horse In The Dust As He Wins The Yucatan Commemorative Derby

COZUMEL, Mexico - Kentucky racehorse Palace Malice has just become the first horse in Mexico to ever win the nation's Triple Crown of Horseracing as he handily won The Yucatan Commemorative Derby. Zorro La Bamba with The Sports Bet Gazette covered...
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Funny story: Palace Malice Races To A Record-Breaking Victory In The Tijuana Invitational Derby

Palace Malice Races To A Record-Breaking Victory In The Tijuana Invitational Derby

TIJUANA, Mexico - The winner of The Belmont Stakes Palace Malice has made history down in sunny old Mexico. The Kentucky racehorse easily won the coveted Tijuana Invitational Derby by a record-shattering 27 lengths. Jockey Mike Smith said he kn...
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Funny story: Child Camel Jockeys

Child Camel Jockeys

Child Camel Jockeys in United Arab Emirates of today and Chimney Sweepers in London of 18th century have both blood-chilling effects on the observer. Child-Camel-Jockey business in United Arab Emirates is an instance of appalling child abuse. Reports say these children are deprived of sleep and medication, beaten, tortured and sexually abused. They are either kidnapped or bought as slaves for t...
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