No, it is not.
Actually, there are no official statistics for the global attendance of horse racing or for any sport for that matter. However, there is a very strong case to be made that horse racing is, indeed, the most attended sport in the world. Whereas most sports are popular in certain parts of the world and less popular in others, horse racing is universally popular across 6 continents and routinely ranks among the most popular sports in those countries where statistics are compiled. In addition to the many large horse racing venues located in/near the world's major cities there is an uncounted universe of smaller tracks serving towns and villages across the globe. Horse racing gains a particular attendance advantage over other sports due to two major factors. Firstly, the legal gambling aspect attracts many people and the betting activity conveniently takes place within the racing facility. Secondly, unlike most other sports, in most countries horse racing knows no off-season. Wherever you are in the world, winter, spring, summer or fall, a horse race is likely within a reasonable driving distance.
there are so many people who like horses. i am someone who also loves horses and i found that in doing a serve at my school 200 kids out of 1000 like horses, so i estimate that 20% out of every 100 people like horses
Overall, horse racing is watched by more people than any other sport in the world.
Equine sports vary in popularity, but I would say horse racing (flat racing) is very popular and is a multi-billion dollar industry. all Olympic equine disciplines are very popular, too!
Horse racing and shows are fairly popular in the USA and generate quite a bit of money.
No, Its the Sport of Kings.
The largest horse racing purse in the US is the $5,000,000 offered at the Breeders' Cup Classic.
5% because its stupid
Lexington, KY. After that the Northeast and possibly Florida.
The Quarter Horse is the most popular horse breed in America today. They are bred and used for any sport from Western sports, such as barrel racing and calf roping, to English sports, such as jumping and dressage. They are very well tempered and willing to please, which makes them even more popular.sfht
The Quarter horse
Horse breeding in the US is quite popular. Horse breeding can be a hobby or a profession to some people. The US horse industry is a $100 billion dollar industry and a good majority of that money comes from breeding.
It shows us it's age. The larger the teeth are, the older the horse is.
No it's thourabred racing because they r tall and have strong back legs