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    Posted: 22 Sep 2011 at 1:08pm

Thought this may be of interest to some, it's a dissection show:

http://channel4.com/programmes/inside-natures-giants/4od#3234339 & an email also came thru' saying this:

for those on this side of the pond a google search for "inside natures
giants racehorse" can link you to a site like
http://eztvstream.com/inside-nature%E2%80%99s-giants/inside-natures-giants-season-3-episode-4-racehorse
I use firefox and downloadhelper to save the video file that can be watched
with vlc player

I think the 'pond' reference in this case is US/UK - rather large one methinks LOL

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 You beat me too it Gay LOL but what a fascinating documentry.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Gay3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Sep 2011 at 7:27pm
How did you get onto it Veeeight? 2 forums alerted me & now I see it's on CH; they reckon it's a great watch tho' I've not had time to see it Smile
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I posted the link on CH.  I clicked on the link via the email I received from the backyard racehorse forum.It was streaming fast earlier today however not so now.Thumbs Down I paid for a download and have now burned it. It really is a must see.
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http://www.videozer.com/video/q4rqhW
You can definately watch it here for free.  Thanks Gay for bringing it to my attention.  For any of you who haven't seen an autopsy or don't understand the inner workings of a horse - it's a must see! Cheers.
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I got to watch this.

Had to look away at some parts but tried my best not too.

Amazing information really.

I didn't even know which part of the horse was what really until I saw this.

The idea of champions being "average" because they're right on the edge of breaking down is something I haven't thought of before.

Really looking at the horse as fragile but powerful.

Funny how they didn't know that a horse tucks it's legs under when it's off the ground. I've seen so many stills and slo-mos so I've never even thought that it was a unknown 150 years ago.

Everybody should watch this.


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