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Training a horse for a race

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The time it takes to train a horse can vary greatly depending on several factors, including the horse's age, temperament, natural abilities, and the specific discipline or purpose for which it is being trained. In the context of horse racing, the training period usually includes the horse's physical preparation, development of his racing skills, and general well-being. In general, as Alec Lawler said, the process of preparing a horse for racing can last from a few months to several years. It is important to note that training is an ongoing process, and even after a horse begins racing, it continues to train and exercise regularly to maintain its performance and well-being. The individuality of each horse and the trainer's approach also affects the length of training.

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