i think a horse would win because thoroughbread horses are actually trained to race
It would be tight. But I'd bet on the QH. QHs have a record 57 mph, while most greyhounds have only 45 mph. No guarentee, though. The horse might trip, the dog get a short-cut, or te people organising the race tilt the finish line to the greyhound's side. ; ) : P
If it was a short race Thoroughbred would have won but the type of Thoroughbred matters.
Geryhound is a sprinter. Husky is a long haul dog. We all know a Greyhound would win up to maybe 5 km. After, it's the Husky's advantage.
Horses are faster in short stretches. If the race was long over the desert, then camels would win.
No and yes, the greyhound is faster than a horse in short distance while the horse would win in long distance.
Really you can't tell which horse will win but my answer would be going for the under dogs.
Win a race
This is the show horse. Win, place and show.
The cheetah, at least in a fairly short race. A greyhound's top speed is between 35 and 40 mph, while the big cat can hit speeds in excess of 60 mph.
The Kentucky Derby is a horse race, you would win it on a horse, specifically a three year old Thoroughbred.
The farthest distance a race horse has come from behind to win is great. This horse went from last place to first place.
A dog because they do the dog paddle.
1.The greyhound is considered the fasted dogs going at the speed of 40-45mph.2. And the fastest horse going at the speed of about 45mph.So in short distance the dog would own the horse but in long distance the horse would win.Yes the Greyhound is the fastest dog running approximately at 45mph, while a Quater horse runs at the speed of 40mph, if it were a long distance the horse would win while short distance the dog would win.
They ran a young cheetah on a greyhound track to answer this very question. The Cheetah had difficulties with the tight corners but more than made up for it on the straights, beating the track record for a greyhound.
If you place a bet for a horse to win, place or show it may be as follows: If you bet the 4 horse for WPS your horse has to come in just as stated to Win the race, Place in the race first or second, or Show in the race in the first, second or third.
If I understand your question correctly, if only three horses race, would you win no matter what? You would only win if you bet on the winning horse to "win." When you bet on a horse race, you also bet on what position that horse finishes. You may bet on a horse to "win, place, or show" or all three (each bet costs more money). If the horse comes in first, second, or third, and you bet all three, you would still get a payout. There are numerous combinations to wagering, Exactas, Trifectas, etc. and even in a three horse race, if you didn't bet correctly, or on the right horse, you could still lose.
Not that I've heard of.
No one....It 's a horse race. Only a horse has won the race! And the last horse to win the Triple Crown was Affirmed in 1978. The jockey on Affirmed was Steve Cauthen.
When a horse wins the race while having the lead throughout the entire race.
racehorses that do not win races retires
It depends on the race.
A cave man.